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BOLOGNA, the oldest university town in Europe, boasts several nicknames - la dotta (the learned), la rossa (the red) for its politics and la grassa (the fat) for its pre-eminence as one of the major culinary centres of Italy. Many of the foods and dishes that define Italian cuisine - parma ham, balsamic vinegar, parmesan cheese, tortellini, mortadella and tagliatelle al ragu hail from the surrounding region of Emilia-Romagna, which is home to Italy's highest number of IGP and DOP-designated foods and wines - 44 in all. But last November, tradition took a backseat when Eataly World - the

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