Modena is a town of the Region, in the middle of northern Italy. The town is well-known all over the world, especially for some famous people who were born and lived here such as Enzo Ferrari and Luciano Pavarotti, and for some of its gastronomical products, such as tortellini, Lambrusco wine, balsamic vinegar, and Parmesan cheese.


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Arabic: مودينا, Belarusian: Горад Модэна, Bulgarian: Модена, Catalan: Mòdena, Chinese: 摩德納, Esperanto: Modeno, French: Modène, Galician: Módena, Georgian: მოდენა, German: Modena, Hebrew: מודנה, Icelandic: Módena, Italian: Comune di Modena, Italian: Modena, Japanese: モデナ, Kazakh: Модена, Korean: 모데나, Latin: Mutina, Mongolian: Модена, Persian: مودنا, Piemontese: Mòdena, Portuguese: Módena, Russian: Модена, Serbian: Модена, Sicilian: Mòdena, Spanish: Módena, Ukrainian: Модена, Western Panjabi: موڈینا

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