Sassuolo (Sasol in Modenese dialect) It is a town of about 40 thousand inhabitants of the province of Modena. The common, located at 16 km south-west of Modena, It is one of the main industrial centers of Emilia-Romagna, the capital of the so-called ceramic District, which it is part of with other Fiorano Modenese, Formigine and Maranello. This complex has ancient origins and has been booming since the war, extending along the Secchia valley. The Sassuolo town center still retains some interesting examples of its past as the City and even small Signoria, first under the Della Rosa, then by Pio of Carpi and the Este of Ferrara and Modena. The city is famous in Italy and in the world to be the ceramic tile capital. Here and in the surrounding municipalities there are production plants and research, including Marca Corona, the oldest ceramic in Sassuolo, whose history dates back to 1741. Despite the countries developing are trying to imitate ceramics production Sassuolo, local companies in the sector are still recognized as excellence, succeeding with your search to produce materials with elegant design and the very high quality.
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