After twenty-five years, the International Conference of Romagna Studies returns to Cervia. From 6 to 8 October, at the Walter Chiari Municipal Theatre, the leading experts and scholars in the sector will talk about Romagna with a particular focus on the reality of Cervia. Three days full of meetings with scientific studies of great interest, including six sessions on Cervia divided in chronological order, from ancient times to the contemporary. A total of around sixty speakers, including Enzio Strada from Cervia, Brunella Garavini for the Maria Goia Municipal Library, Annalisa Canali for MUSA - Salt Museum and Cristina Poni for the municipal archive. Guest of honor was Jean-Clude Hocquet, research director of the Faculty of Human Sciences of the Faculty of Lille and the world's leading expert on the topic of salt. The conference is open to all citizens.