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Marghera

 

a seaport in Italy, the industrial region for the city of Venice; located on the mainland. Marghera is a railroad junction. The seaport is a shipbuilding center. Local industries include the production of alumina, aluminum, steel, rolled metal, steam boilers, railroad equipment, and precision instruments; chemical and oil-refining industries and large mills are located there.

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Venice has drawn up new rules requiring big cruise ships to take a less glamorous route to the industrial port of Marghera, rather than passing by St.
Mid-sized cruisers in the 55,000-96,000-tonne range will be made to follow the same route, but might be allowed to proceed from Marghera to the tourist port of Venice, provided that a connecting canal is upgraded, the transport ministry said.
This was despite the fact that commercial exchanges were already a reality in the area: for example, the recent trade agreements between the Soviet state and the shipyards in Porto Marghera, the harbour on the mainland of the lagoon city.
Apart of the usual regular direct calls in Gemlik, Izmir/Gulluk, Monfalcone, Porto Marghera and Genoa to Chester, Port Everglades, New Orleans and Houston the service with immediate effect will also incorporate a direct call to Veracruz.
one of the greatest capitals in the medieval world'--they share their lagoon with Porto Marghera, roughly four miles away on the mainland.
The terminal will be built in an abandoned industrial area of Porto Marghera (formerly area of Syndial and Montefibre).
Meanwhile, Versalis and Elevance have also been collaborating for the implementation at the Versalis Porto Marghera site of a biorefinery based on Elevance proprietary technology of natural oils' metathesis with 1-butene.
Egualmente diremmo per l'immagine sdentata e cadente di Marghera, vero centra di contraddizioni in quanto produttrice di veleni e di lavoro per la sopravvivenza, corne il poeta scrive in una prosa del 1977: "quello che incombe da Marghera e da tutto il seno della terraferma, i cui orizzonti sono tarlati dalle incastellazioni, e dalle torri infernali dell' 'industria'" (LP: 103).
His very factory co-workers in Porto Marghera, an industrial zone west of Venice, encouraged the poet to distribute mimeographed copies of his poems along with union leaflets during meetings.
The development of the Porto Marghera Industrial Area between 1920 and 1970 directly to the west of Venice on the mainland coast (Fig.
Under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard at Marghera, near Venice, it will undertake a couple of pre-inaugural Mediterranean voyages before arriving in Bergen for its christening on Norway's National Day, May 17.