I was in my car in the port of Rimini during a storm. The northwest wind was blowing so strong that the pines seemed to be about to take off ... the waves came up over the port, and it seemed too dangerous to move, so I decided to stay in the car. After about 30 minutes, I was in a different world ... the sea was completely calm, the pines were back to normal as if nothing had ever happened. It was lucky that I had my camera with me.
Ravenna is not only a city with ancient monuments. Since its first founding, it has always been a coastal city, and for centuries was the most important on the Adriatic Sea, before being overtaken by Venice. But today it continues to be an important fishing port, particularly since the end of the conflict in the Balkans. Nowadays you can see a modern marina with homes, shopping centres and nearly 300 moorings - the development of which has unfortunately been affected by the crisis.