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Panzano Observatory
LocationBologna, Metropolitan City of Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Coordinates44°37′16″N 11°02′30″E / 44.6211°N 11.0417°E / 44.6211; 11.0417Coordinates: 44°37′16″N 11°02′30″E / 44.6211°N 11.0417°E / 44.6211; 11.0417
Panzano Observatory
Location of Panzano Observatory

The Panzano Observatory was an observatory in the village of Panzano [it] about 3 kilometres (1.9 miles) to the NNW of the centre of the comune of Castelfranco Emilia, near Bologna, Italy, where Giovanni Cassini worked. It was built in the early 1640s by Cornelio Malvasia.