Belluno


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Belluno

(bĕl-lo͞o`nō), city (1991 pop. 35,572), capital of Belluno prov., Venetia, NE Italy, on the Piave River at the foot of the Dolomites. It is an agricultural and manufacturing center. A Roman town, it later belonged to various lords and was a free commune before voluntarily submitting to Venetian rule (1404–1797). The city has a 16th-century cathedral with a beautiful baroque bell tower and a Renaissance city hall.
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We consider him as a highly dangerous individual due to his infamous racist theories," Belluno deputy police commissioner Luciano Meneghetti told
Customers fondly ask questions about my country and women love my wife's clothes," says Asad, a Pakistani Italian who lives in Belluno and owns a restaurant called Pak Fast Food.
His 18-year-old son, Douglas, watched in horror as David, 49, of Rutherglen, near Glasgow, smashed into a pylon near Belluno in the Italian Alps.
So instead, the Cambridge graduate sent a text message to his mother in England from 5,000ft up in the Ornella mountain range at Arabba near Belluno in the Italian Dolomites.
His 18-year-old son, Douglas, was on holiday with his father in mountains near Belluno in the Veneto region of Italy at the time.
Thanks to Beth Glixon's research, we can even note Strozzi's links to monastic life: her daughter, Sister Lodovico Strozzi, was a nun at the Convent of Santo Sepolcro, and her son Massimo became a monk in the Servite order at the monastery in Santo Steffano of Belluno.
The building for the NTT--featuring an unusual octagonal design that was determined by wind-tunnel tests at the Technical University of Aachen, West Germany-was constructed by a consortium of Italian companies (Mecnafer of the Mestre suburb of Venice, Zollet of Belluno and Ansaldo Componenti of Genoa).
in Padova, Italy, and, from 2002-2007 he was the CEO and general manager of Marcolin Group, Belluno as well as CEO of Marcolin, U.
The epicenter was located between the cities of Belluno and Pordenone, in northeastern Italy, at a depth of 7.
He had travelled alone to Alleghe, in the Province of Belluno, northern Italy, to go hiking.
Brustolon's native Belluno has now done the right thing and organised a monographic exhibition dedicated to one of the most important wood carvers in late baroque Italy.