The Village of Cosenza




Cosenza is an Italian town of 67 538 habitants, chief town of the homonym province in Calabria. Founded by the Bruzis in the IV century B.C., it actually practiced a role egemonico in the region to the conquest from the Romans.

It is also identified as “Athens of Calabria” reference to the cultural tradition acquired between XV and XVI century.

The city is leader of an urban agglomeration, understanding among the others the towns of Rende and Castrolibero, that constitutes one of the most dynamic areas in Calabria under the urbanistic profile, partner-economic, cultural and of the endowment of services.