What dialect do they speak in Emilia-Romagna?
Emilian (Emilian: emigliàn, emiliân; Italian: emiliano) is a Gallo-Italic language spoken in the historical region of Emilia, which is now in the northwestern part of Emilia-Romagna, Northern Italy.
Is Milan in Emilia-Romagna?
Emilia Romagna, located South of Milan and just within reach of Venice, has become one of Italy’s biggest gastronomy and industrial epicenters.
Why is it called Emilia-Romagna?
But, it returned as the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, named after the region of Italy where the track is located, with Formula 1 no longer so concerned with countries hosting multiple races in a season.