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The Po Delta Regional Park is the largest park in the Emilia-Romagna region, covering an area of 54,000 hectares. It is divided into six sectors, including the southern sector of the wide Po River Delta, which is home to a great variety of animal species, birds in particular, and represents one of the most interesting cultural sites of Emilia-Romagna. In particular, Pomposa, Comacchio, and Sant’Apollinare in Classe have great historical-artistic significance. As for the Delta system debouching into the Adriatic Sea, only its southern sector, with the Po mouths of Goro and Volano, is under the protection of the Emilia-Romagna region. To the south of Goro are a few Apennine river mouths, such as those of the Reno, Senio, Lamone, Ronco and Montone (the United Rivers), Bevano, and Savio rivers. The park also features vast brackish and wetlands, as well as other relevant habitats such as Bosco della Mesola, the pinewoods in Ravenna and Cervia, the salt pan in Cervia, the Punte Alberete oasis, the Comacchio valleys, and the wetlands and/or forests in Campotto.