Formigine is a town and comune in the province of Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. As of 2007 Formigine had an estimated population of 31,643.
Formigine originates from the foundation of its castle in 1201 by the Commune of Modena, as a defence against Bologna, Modena's traditional enemy. In 1395 Niccolò III d'Este gave it in fiefdom to Marco Pio, lord of Carpi.
- Medieval castle (thirteenth century)in the Town centre.
- Villa Gandini, in the 'Park of the Resistance' Via San Antonio (now housing the public library)
- Hermit Enrico's house (now museum)
- San Bartolomeo Church in the Town centre opposite the Castle.