Lake Como

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Como, Lake

(kō`mō), Ital. Lago di Como or Lario, c.56 sq mi (145 sq km), 30 mi (48 km) long and from 1-2 to 2 1-2 mi (0.8–4 km) wide, in Lombardy, N Italy. Lake Como is a natural widening of the Adda River, which feeds and drains the lake. Situated in the foothills of the Alps, the lake is one of the most beautiful of Europe. It is a tourist resort, and handsome villas line its shores. Lecco, Como, Varennes, and Bellagio are principal towns.
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Lario, Berlusconi's wife of 19 years, demanded a divorce in May 2009 after he attended the 18th birthday party of Noemi Letizia, a would-be model, in Naples.
Veronica Lario is said to be seeking an equal share of her husband's media empire after his alleged flings with young models.
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The Milan appeals court also told Veronica Lario, a former actress, to hand back to Berlusconi alimony payments totalling some AaAaAeA@1/460 millio saying she had no right to the money.
20 ( ANI ): Silvio Berlusconi officially divorced from his wife Veronica Lario is now free to marry his girlfriend, Francesca Pascale, who is nearly fifty years his junior.
Pictures from the party and subsequent rumours led his second wife, Veronica Lario, to file for divorce.
Mr Berlusconi was last month told to pay his second wife and mother of his three children, Veronica Lario, PS82,000 a day so she could "live in the manner she was accustomed to during her marriage".
30 -- Veronica Lario, 56, the long-enduring wife of Silvio Berlusconi, the ex-Italian Prime Minister, was awarded over $10,000 a day by a court in Italy as a part of divorce settlement on Christmas Day, when for an ordinary Italian even $1000 a day is just a dream in economically-challenging times.