Chiavenna


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Chiavenna

(kyävān`nä), town (1991 pop. 7,365), Lombardy, N Italy. It is a commercial center and transportation junction. Historically a strategic point, it commands both the Splügen and Maloja passes between Italy and Switzerland.
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Now PS799pp (saving PS120pp), stay at the Hotel Bazzoni on Lake Como, with a boat trip to Bellagio, train ride on the Bernina Express and locally guided tours of Tirano, Chiavenna, St Moritz and Milan (traveldepartment.co.uk or Tel 020 7099 9665).
A ellos se unieron otros territorios: la Abadia de San Gall, el obispado de Constanza, Valais, las Ligas Grisonas, la Valtelina y los condados de Chiavenna y Bormio.
2 of osmosis plants for dialysis of po sondrio and chiavenna with the possibility of extension for the po menaggio.
I 'casi' del fonte de Chiavenna e della vasca di Fidenza", Liturgia e partecipazione.
A real find between Chiavenna and Dascio was the Sendero Giubileo (also known as the Via Regia or Via Spluga) through chestnut forests and past stone ruins to the upper end of Lake Como.
Spend a full day exploring the Alpine towns of Tirano, Poschiavo and Chiavenna and the elegant Swiss town of St Moritz as well as enjoying a full day excursion to Milan, Italy's capital of fashion and chic.
(82.) Cella F, Chiavenna G, Nichelatti M, et al, A inulticentric prospective open trial on the quality of live and oxidative stress in patients affected by advanced head and neck cancer treated with a new benzoquinonerich product derived from fermented wheat germ (Avemar), Med I Nutritirjn Metab.
Chiavenna held out, but was occupied by the Spanish in 1621, and Protestant worship was suppressed.
In addition to these, the more recent case of the four young women in Chiavenna who, on 4 June 2000, putatively impelled by the "satanic" music of Marilyn Manson, killed Suor Maria Laura Mainetti, as ritualistic offering seems more on point for the way it begs the issue of violence in a female youth offender.
Italy's first milarite was discovered around 1980 in a pegmatite at Tanno near Chiavenna, north of Lake Como in extreme northern Lombardy.
The experiment was carried out in a garage in the town of Chiavenna, northern Italy, which enjoys low levels of outdoor particulate matter (PM).