“Italians we all are, only Romagna us” are used to say with pride the people of the linguistic and geographical region whose bulk form together Emilia Administrative Region of Emilia-Romagna. The name Romagna comes from the late Latin Romània and dates back to the sixth century AD, when Italy was divided into Longobard and Roman, that is subject to the Lombards and the Eastern Roman Empire. “Romània” then took the generic meaning of “Roman world” (as opposed to the barbaric-Lombard). With the creation of the Exarchate of Italy (with capital Ravenna), the term took on a meaning then geographically determined, indicating that part of the peninsula remained tied to the Roman Empire. The Romagna then as the Italian region of Italy, from the varied and contrasting landscapes: the placidity of the Po valley traversed by the Rhine and the Po, reclaimed over the centuries and today densely cultivated valleys and ridges of the Tuscan-Romagnolo with its villages and castles perched on the mountain, overlooking the Adriatic coast with its wide sandy beaches and just call the Coast.