Women's Day has not always existed, but its birth in the early 1900s marked the beginning of a rise in the conquest of women's rights in many areas: from the social, to the political, to the economic. However, it is not a simple "feast", but a real International Women's Day, to celebrate the achievements, commemorate the injustices suffered, and look to the future with hope, strength and determination.
For several years now, the Biennale Donna has been taking place in Ferrara, an all-female exhibition event that aims to propose works by female artists to the public. In past editions, all organized by the UDI - Woman Union in Italy of Ferrara, artists from all over the world have passed by, proposing socio-cultural, identity and geopolitical awareness issues.
Here at the Hotel Lucrezia Borgia we experience Women's Day as a day of reflection and worldwide celebration, and we dedicate it to all the women who struggle every day and to all those who have struggled in the past.
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