Turin

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heavy regular

MONZA factory racing version contained the OHV type engine. The cars were well-made, but fairly heavy. Regular production of Aureas stopped around 1926, but the company produced a few more cars from existing parts and maintained parts supply under for the vehicles under Ceirano's new ownership and management from late 1926 onwards.Post last Aurea vehicle assembly, the same factory was used to manufacture Ceirano commercial vehicles, particularly trucks. fate ceased production location Turin, Italy industry Automotive parent_company Fiat Group assembly Mirafiori plant, Turin, Italy Borgo San Paolo, Turin, Italy body_style 4-door saloon (sedan (car)) 5-door station wagon WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin


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and ended his career afterwards. Near the end of the LM002's production, Turin based autoshop owner Salvatore Diomante created a one-off "Estate" version by enclosing the back area and raising the roof. This added significantly to the interior room. WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin


team event

to represent his home country of Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan national men's ice hockey team) in the 2006 Winter Olympics (ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics) in Turin, Italy. The '''2007 Winter Universiade''', the XXIII Winter Universiade, took place in Turin, Italy from January 17 to January 27, 2007. Neumayer also won a bronze in the team event at the FIS Ski-Flying World Championships 2006. His best individual finish at the Winter Olympics was 8th in the individual normal hill at Turin in 2006 (2006 Winter Olympics). thumb right 300px Susa Valley (Image:Susatal.jpg) The '''Susa Valley''' ( WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin


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Flyers . '''Marcel Déat''' (7 March 1894, Guérigny, France – 5 January 1955, near Turin, Italy) was a French Socialism Socialist

until 1933, when he initiated a spin-off from the French Section of the Workers' International (SFIO) along with other right-wing 'Neosocialists'. He then founded the collaborationist National Popular Rally (RNP) during the Vichy regime. In 1944, he became "Minister of Labor and National Solidarity" in Pierre Laval's government, before escaping to Sigmaringen along with Vichy officials after the Operation Overlord Allied landings in Normandy


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the rest of his life in France. Miramax produced his next film, ''Heaven (Heaven (2002 film))'' (2002), based on a screenplay by the late Polish (Polish people) filmmaker, Krzysztof Kieślowski. It was shot in English, starred Cate Blanchett and Giovanni Ribisi, and filmed in Turin and Tuscany. He was approached by French producers to film a short contribution to ''Paris, je t'aime'' (2006), a film comprising 20 short


decades+winning

and decorated players of the past two decades, winning eight Serie A championships, six of which were with Juventus, and two with Napoli. Ferrara was also part of two Coppa Italia titles (one with each team), three Supercoppa Italiana titles (two with Juventus, one with Napoli) and several European competitions, including the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup, Intercontinental Cup (European South American Cup) and European Super Cup). His role as captain, though, was taken


historical scenes

succeeded him as foreign minister, although not as Premier, as the young Emperor Franz Joseph (Franz Joseph I of Austria) himself now took a more direct role in directing cabinet affairs than he had previously. Fattori's development to maturity as a painter was unusually slow. His first paintings, few of which survive, date from the early 1850s. Broude 1987, pp. 198–200. They include portraits and a few historical scenes influenced by Bezzuoli—often scenes from Medieval (Middle Ages) or Renaissance history. In 1851 he participated in the ''Promotrice fiorentina'' with the painting ''Ildegonda'', inspired by the short novel by Tommaso Grossi. In 1853–54 he studied realism, together with the Turin artist Andrea Gastaldi (1826-1889). He probably painted his first landscapes in Gastaldi's company. Around 1857 Enrico Pollastrini, another pupil of Giuseppe Bezzuoli, introduced him to the style of Ingres (Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres). This had some impact on Fattori's historical paintings. One of his best historical themes was "Maria Stuarda", (Mary Stuart (Mary, Queen of Scots) at the battlefield of Langside (Battle of Langside)) painted between 1858 and 1860, based on his reading of Walter Scott. Examples of his work are at Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna in Rome; Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, in Turin, Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan, Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Palazzo Pitti, Firenze; and in New Zealand, the Dunedin Public Art Gallery; in North America at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston). Sports career Hohenlohe founded the Mexican Ski Federation in 1981 and first skied for Mexico at a Winter Olympics at the 1984 games (1984 Winter Olympics) in Sarajevo. After the 1984 Winter Olympics, Hohenlohe managed to participate in three more Olympic Games. He qualified for the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, but the Mexican Olympic Committee decided not to send a one-man team to the Winter Games that year. **Naples - Capodichino Airport **Turin - Caselle Airport **Palermo - Punta Raisi Airport Bertinazzi was born in Turin. He played a Harlequin (Arlecchino). birth_date WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin


italy

latm 04 lats latNS N longd 07 longm 42 longs longEW E coordinates_type coordinates_display title coordinates_footnotes region Piedmont province Turin (Province of Turin) (TO) frazioni mayor_party Democratic (Democratic Party (Italy)) mayor Piero Fassino area_footnotes area_total_km2 130.17 population_footnotes ‘City’ population (i.e. that of the ''comune'' or municipality) from www.demo.istat.it bilmens2012gen index.html , Istituto

It-Torino.ogg ; Piedmontese (Piedmontese language): ''Turin'', pronounced ) is a city and an important business and cultural centre in northern Italy, capital (Capital city) of the Piedmont region, located mainly on the left bank of the Po River (Po (river)), in front of Susa Valley and surrounded by the western Alpine arch (Alps). The population of the city proper is 911,823 (December 2012) while the population of the urban

and the Mole Antonelliana are also found in the city. Turin's several monuments and sights make it one of the world's top 250 tourist destinations, and the tenth most visited city in Italy in 2008.


singles run

: www.torino2006.it ENG IDF LG C73B2_LGM010100.html title Results: Luge work 2006 Winter Olympics year 2006 accessdate 2010-02-15 He is also noted for being the only competitor to represent Taiwan in these two Winter events.


ancient art

artifacts) * City Museum of Ancient Art in Palazzo Madama (Palazzo Madama, Turin), Turin, Italy. * Rubin Museum of Art in New York City, NY, United States. Einaudi was born to Lorenzo and Placida Fracchia in Carrù, in the province of Cuneo, Piemonte. In Turin he attended Liceo classico Cavour and completed his university studies; in the same years he became acquainted with socialist (Socialism) ideas and collaborated with the magazine ''Critica sociale

of Savoy, and is a mix of medieval and baroque rooms. It now houses the City Museum of Ancient Art, which has an eclectic collection of church art, paintings, ancient sculpture, porcelain, ceramics, archaeological artefacts and some fascinating scenes of life in Torino in times gone by. On the second floor there's a room with red sofas to take a rest after the visit, with a magnificent chandelier, and a cafeteria. The moat contains a medieval castle garden, and the tower offers a beautiful view over

Turin

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The city has a rich culture and history, and is known for its numerous art galleries (art museum), restaurants, churches (church (building)), palaces, opera houses, piazzas, parks, gardens, theatres, libraries, museums and other venues. Turin is well known for its renaissance (Renaissance architecture), baroque, rococo, neo-classical (Neoclassicism), and art nouveau (Art Nouveau) architecture.

Much of the city's public square (Town square)s, castles, gardens and elegant ''palazzi (palazzo)'' such as Palazzo Madama (Palazzo Madama, Turin), were built in the 16th and 18th century, after the capital of the Duchy of Savoy (later Kingdom of Sardinia) was moved to Turin from Chambery (nowadays France) as part of the urban expansion.

Turin is sometimes called ''the cradle of Italian liberty'', for having been the birthplace and home of notable politicians and people who contributed to the ''Risorgimento (Italian unification)'', such as Cavour (Camillo Benso, conte di Cavour).

The city used to be a major European political centre, being Italy's first capital city in 1861 and being home to the House of Savoy, Italy's royal family.

Turin is well known as the home of the Shroud of Turin, the football teams Juventus F.C. and Torino F.C., the headquarters of automobile manufacturers FIAT, Lancia and Alfa Romeo, Iveco and as host of the 2006 Winter Olympics and, in the same year, the 37th Chess Olympiad. Several International Space Station modules, such as Harmony (Harmony (ISS module)) and Columbus (Columbus (ISS module)), were also manufactured in Turin. It was the capital of the Duchy of Savoy from 1563, then of the Kingdom of Sardinia ruled by the Royal House of Savoy and finally the first capital of the unified Italy (Italian unification).

It is often referred to as ''the Capital of the Alps''. Other popular epithets are ''the Automobile Capital of Italy'' and the ''Detroit (Detroit, Michigan) of Italy'', as it is home of FIAT; in Italy it is also dubbed ''la capitale Sabauda'' ( the Savoyard (Savoyard (grape)) capital).

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