Viareggio


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Viareggio

(vēärĕd`jō), city (1991 pop. 57,514), Tuscany, N central Italy, on the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is a fishing center and a fashionable beach resort. The body of the poet Shelley was cremated there after his death by drowning at Lerici near La Spezia in 1822.

Viareggio

a town and resort in W Italy, in Tuscany on the Ligurian Sea. Pop.: 61 103 (2001)
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Viareggio has a wide stretch of golden sand, decent restaurants and some attractive Liberty-style architecture.
The yacht left the Viareggio yard this spring, commissioned by a 27-year-old German buyer.
In Viareggio, he played for the Quattro Stazione team, which came in sixth out of 16 teams at the Burla Beach Cup.
Romero, the American director and screenwriter, the master of gruesome horror films, is the first guest of honor of the Lucca Film Festival and Europa Cinema 2016, taking place from the 3rd to the 10th of April in the Tuscan cities of Lucca and Viareggio.
But watching at the Viareggio Cup (a youth football tournament in Tuscany) makes me think there are too many black players.
Twinned with the Carnival of Viareggio, it boasts a rich programme of events.
Suad Amiry has written a number of best-selling books including "Sharon and My Mother in Law" which has has been translated into twenty languages and has won another prestigious Italian literary Prize, Viareggio Versilia in 2004.
Amiry's Sharon and My-Mother-in-law , which as has been translated into some twenty languages, also won the prestigious italian literary Prize Viareggio Versilia in 2004.
One message from Tuscany last Thursday read: "On the way to Viareggio for more sun and fun.
The Mediterranean coastal towns of Valencia, Spain, and Viareggio, Italy offer savings.
The decision to go to Italy was based on our previous experience--the Thermoforming Conference in Viareggio in 2004.
What an inspiring speech by an inspiring woman, Palestinian architect and author Suad Amiry concluded the TEDx Ramallah event that was held in Bethlehem earlier this week with an amazing speech about her life, specially the time when she had to live under two occupations: the Israeli army and her mother-in-law Amiry is the author of "Sharon and my Mother in-Law: Ramallah Diaries", which was translated into 11 languages and awarded the prestigious Viareggio Prize in Italy and a bestseller in France.