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|Stadio Giorgio Ascarelli, also known as Stadio Partenopeo, was a multi-use stadium in Naples, Italy. It was used mostly for football matches. The stadium was able to hold 40.000 people. During the 1934 World Cup, it hosted two games. The stadium was destroyed by bombardments during the World War II.|
|an ancient Catholic basilica of Rome||11/23/2006||447|
|Brindisy Harbour(porto di Brindisi).||09/12/2005||409|
|It had this nickname in the eight hundred, since it was imagined that the prisoners that of here they transited going from the courts to the jails, looking out at the marvelous view on the lagoon and on the island of S.Giorgio, they knowing that you/they would not have seen anymore very probably the light of the sun again. |
|Home of the italian basket team ARMANI JEANS MILANO sponsored by the famous fashion designer Giorgio Armani. It's also the most important place for musical events in Milan.||11/06/2005||274|
|After Mussolinis execution by italian partisans and the public show up in Milano he was burried in Cimitero del Musocco in an anonymous gravesite.|
But a few days later his body was exhumed by fascists and taken to the monastery Certosa di Pavia. 3½ month later the body was taken to the Cappucine Monastery in Cerro Maggiore where it remkained until 1957 when it was moved to his fi...
|Concept/Program: Small amphibious ships with full-length flight decks. Similar to LPH in appearance, but design is derived from LSD practice. The first two ships are scheduled to be modified with rearranged superstructures and improved flight decks to allow operation of four helicopters at the same time; work was completed in 2000 and 2002 respectively.||09/12/2005||396|
|The Comune di San Leo describes their town as 'a sharp pinnacle surrounded by overhanging cliffs in a countryside sloping from the Appennines to the sea, with houses clustered between a magnificent fortress and a prominent bell tower'. |
It sounds better in Italian and looks even more spectacular in real life.
San Leo is a real hill top town. It came under control ...
|Cavour (C552, formerly Andrea Doria) is an Italian light V/STOL aircraft carrier. Built by Fincantieri from 2001, Cavour was launched from the Riva Trigoso shipyard in Genoa on July 20, 2004 and is expected to enter service in 2008 after finishing work at Muggiano and Riva Trigoso.|
The ship is designed to combine V/STOL and helicopter air operations, amphibious operations, and th...
|Gorch Fock was the pseudonym of the German author Johann Wilhelm Kinau (22 August 1880 - 31 May 1916). Other pseudonyms he used were Jakob Holst and Giorgio Focco.|
Kinau was the eldest child of fisherman Heinrich Wilhelm Kinau and his wife, Metta Holst, on the Elbe island of Finkenwerder, near Hamburg. In 1895 he was apprenticed to his uncle, the merchant August Kinau in Geestemü...