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The twelfth stage will be called 'Bartali' and will touch two locations in the Metropolitan City of Florence: Ponte a Ema and Sesto Fiorentino
"I am happy that the Giro d'Italia is back on our roads - declared the mayor of the Metropolitan City of Florence, Dario Nardella - The stage that leads from Siena to Bagno di Romagna ideally connects the two sides of the Apennines, to then arrive in Ravenna, on the occasion of the XNUMXth anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri.
It is a reason for further joy that the twelfth stage of the Giro is called the "Bartali Stage" and that it touches two locations in our metropolitan city, in homage to two extraordinary cyclists: Ponte a Ema for Gino Bartali and Sesto Fiorentino for Alfredo Martini, on the centenary of his birth, which we celebrated a few days ago. In addition to these significant symbolic reasons, the passage of the pink caravan in our territory is an opportunity to restart from sport as a driving force for tourism, economic and social recovery ".
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