Dozza is a medieval village a few kilometres from Bologna, considered among the “most beautiful villages in Italy”.
It develops with a characteristic spindle shape: the town keeps the medieval urban layout perfectly intact and develops completely within the ancient walls, surmounted at the highest point by the imposing Fortress.
Dozza is best known for the Biennial of Contemporary Art of the Painted Wall, which, now in its 25th edition, transforms the village into an open-air museum thanks to the works of well-known artists, who cover the walls of the town.
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