Sestri Ponente


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Sestri Ponente

(sĕ`strē pōnān`tā), industrial suburb of Genoa, N Italy, on the Ligurian Sea. Manufactures include machinery, and tools. It was also the site of the noted Ansaldo shipyards, which are part of the port of Genoa.
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