Dozza Imolese is a lovely medieval village located in the Appenine hills, with a long and fascinating history, fabulous landscapes and a singular characteristic: most of its houses' walls are decorated with beautiful murales. This is the result of the first edition of the 'Biennale del Muro Dipinto - (Biennale of the Painted Wall)', an initiative born in 1960. Since then, Dozza has filled up with colorful paintings.
In this enchanted setting, our Cesarina Maria spends her free time cooking up local treats: «I love having guests and teaching them the secrets of traditional dishes. I don't like the fact that tourists think that the tagliatelle with ragù they’ve tried at the restaurants is the real deal».
The secret of the Cesarina
English translation in progress!