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The stops in Cervia, Bibbiena, and Forlì

Monday, October 3rd, and Tuesday, October 4th: two days of immersion in Romagna, the Casentino region and the hills of Marche

September 22, 2022: The crews of Modena Cento Ore will reach Piazza Garibaldi in Cervia on Monday, October 3rd for the much-awaited passage control. Cervia is a well-known holiday destination on the beautiful Emilia-Romagna shores of the Adriatic Sea. Its 9-km-long coast is famous for the fine golden sand beaches and the shallow waters.

The competing cars will have their next passage control in Piazza Tarlati, in the heart of Bibbiena, a lovely town overlooking the Casentino valley and the massif of Pratomagno, in the province of Arezzo.

As the last stop of the day, the crews will make their way to Piazza Aurelio Saffi, in Forlì, city of Roman origins in eastern Po valley, crossed by Via Emilia and in close proximity to both the Adriatic coast and the green hills of the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennine range.

On Tuesday, October 4th, the cars receive the stamp for the passage of the Modena Cento Ore in Porta Valbona, Urbino. Contestants will have the chance to admire the gorgeous city center, with its historic and artistic sights.

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