Mincio


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Mincio

(mēn`chō), river, c.47 mi (76 km) long, in Lombardy, N Italy. It flows generally south from the southern end of Lake Garda through Mantua (where it forms three lakes) to the Po River. Above Lake Garda it is called the Sarca. The Sarca-Garda-Mincio line, which is 120 mi (193 km) long, marks the natural border between Lombardy and Venetia and has been of strategic importance, especially in the wars of the Risorgimento (1848–49).
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Cleric had explained to us that `patria' here meant, not a nation or even a province, but the little rural neighbourhood on the Mincio where the poet was born.
Contract award notice: Educational services for minors and young people in the municipalities of valeggio sul mincio and castelnuovo del garda, Lasting three years with the possibility of repetition - cig 7144997e09
Al Mazrouei had first announced his talent to the world in 2015 when he won gold at the 120-km FEI World Endurance Championships for Young Horses in Valeggio Sul Mincio, Italy.
Almazrouei announced his talent to the world in 2015 when he won gold at the 120-km FEI World Endurance Championships for Young Horses in Valeggio Sul Mincio, Italy.
The first was Espland Mincio Sadie sired by Bertaiola Mincio giving 36kgs and was purchased by Greentowers Farm, Lanark.
Pasta, of course, is another Italian staple and at the tortellini laboratory in Valeggio sul Mincio, I was impressed by the culinary craftsmanship that goes into creating those little twists of pasta.
Tired of exploring by foot, I take a boat trip on the family-run Barcaioli del Mincio along the river Mincio (an outlet of Lake Garda).
Not only did he adopt the same name, but he also had his own features grafted onto those of Leo I in the fresco of The Meeting of Attila and Leo the Great at the River Mincio, painted by Raphael in 1514 for the Vatican's Stanza d'Eliodoro.
Si veda, in aggiunta, la prima quartina del sonetto 510: "veggio tenera pianta in su le sponde / pur or nata del Mincio, a cui dal cielo / benigno arride il gran signor di Delo / e larga il suo favor Venere infonde" (Tasso, 1898-1902).
But, starting from the town of Peschiera, it's a gentle ride along the banks of the shockingly blue waters of the river Mincio to Valeggio sul Mincio and the quaint village of Borghetto.
Acompanando a este rio aparecen otros cursos de agua: el Adigio (Athesis), rio del noreste de Italia, el Ticino (Ticinus) y el Mincio (Mintius), afluentes del Po, y el canal Padusa, que une el Po con Ravenna.
Pinot Grigio 2012 Alto Mincio Podere La Prendina Estate (M&S PS10.