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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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Each "Countdown to Koningsdam" video features one of the ship's officers or a Holland America Line executive who shares ongoing developments onboard the line's newest vessel, currently being built at Fincantieri's Marghera shipyard in Italy.
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Located in the Italian city of Venice, in the former industrial area of Porto Marghera, the 245m design boasts a 60-storey construction featuring three fin-shaped towers knitted together through a set of six horizontal steel discs.
They said that the tower, to be built in Porto Marghera, a former industrial zone a few miles from Venice, will be clearly visible and will dwarf the iconic bell tower in St Mark's Square.
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Next winter Costa Cruises will be reinforcing its presence in the UAE - a cruise destination offered by Costa for the first time in the world back in 2006 - with a great debut: the deployment in the region, for the first time, of the Costa Favolosa (114,500 gross tonnage and 3,800 total guests), the latest flagship of the Italian-flagged Costa fleet, built by Fincantieri at its Marghera yard and named in Trieste on July 2 this year.