Monfalcone


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Monfalcone

(mōnfälkô`nā), city (1991 pop. 27,223), in Friuli–Venezia Giulia, extreme NE Italy, near the Adriatic Sea. Manufactures of this modern industrial center include ships, airplanes, textiles, chemicals, and refined oil.
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in their Monfalcone, Italy facility and arrived on Manhattan's West Side in six separate shipments after travelling for 15 days at sea, a brief stay at Port Newark and a five-hour barge trip across the Hudson River.
The 4,100-passenger MSC Seaside, dubbed 'the ship that follows the sun', is now heading for Miami on a 21-day voyage after her delivery to owners MSC Cruises in a rain-lashed ceremony in Monfalcone, Italy, this week.
Apart of the usual regular direct calls in Gemlik, Izmir/Gulluk, Monfalcone, Porto Marghera and Genoa to Chester, Port Everglades, New Orleans and Houston the service with immediate effect will also incorporate a direct call to Veracruz.
Back four decades to a time in his home town of Monfalcone, on the old Italian-Yugoslav border, when he told his mum he fancied being a robber when he grew up.
The Monfalcone workforce was highly politicised, as would be expected.
GER TUMELTY, successful in the 2011 Norway Champion Hurdle aboard Monfalcone, bids to land the Swedish Grand National, the richest and most challenging jumps race in Scandinavia, on the ten-year-old at Stromsholm this afternoon, writes Richard Birch.
Marlboro 3, Clinton 0: Captain Jonny Maciel had seven kills and four aces, senior Jake Monfalcone had five kills and three aces and captain Connor Bailey had six assists and four aces as the host Panthers (2-2) topped the Gaels.
transported from Monfalcone to be buried at Rome's Cimitero di
The deal includes the production facility and offices in Campoformido, buildings in Ponte Crepaldo, San Martino and Monfalcone, and the existing contracts.
La obra reune las actas del congreso que tuvo lugar en Monfalcone (Gorizia) el 6 y 7 de diciembre de 2006.