When to go and what to see
This is an important agricultural centre in the Ferrara lowlands and its historical evolution is closely-linked to the centuries-long history of land reclamation. Caput Gauri, from which its current name derives, was the name given to the centre in the Middle Ages, since it stood at the point where the branch of the Po di Goro river joined that of the Po di Volano.
Along the Riviera Cavallotti, which provides a wonderful view of the river, it is possible to reach the Palazzo del Vescovo (the Bishop’s Residence), built in the 11th century and restored in the 18th century in the Venetian style
Video-Racconti dal Delta del Po