Old Forge, New York

York Turin , Union Springs (Union Springs, New York), '''Utica (Utica, New York)''', Van Hornesville (Van Hornesville, New York), Vernon Center (Vernon Center, New York), Vernon (Vernon (town), New York), Verona Beach (Verona Beach, New York), Verona (Verona, New York), Waddington (Waddington (town), New York), Walworth (Walworth, New York), Wampsville (Wampsville, New York), Wanakena (Wanakena, New York), Warners (Warners, New York), Washington Mills, New


Pultneyville, New York

, Verona Beach (Verona Beach, New York), Verona (Verona, New York), Waddington (Waddington (town), New York), Walworth (Walworth, New York), Wampsville (Wampsville, New York), Wanakena (Wanakena, New York), Warners (Warners, New York), Washington Mills (Washington Mills, New York), Waterloo (Waterloo, New York), Watertown (Watertown, New York), Waterville (Waterville, New York), Weedsport (Weedsport, New York), Wellesley Island (Wellesley Island, New York), West


Fulton, Oswego County, New York

Park , Three Mile Bay (Three Mile Bay, New York), Tully (Tully (town), New York), Turin (Turin (town), New York), Union Springs (Union Springs, New York), '''Utica (Utica, New York)''', Van Hornesville (Van Hornesville, New York), Vernon Center (Vernon Center, New York), Vernon (Vernon (town), New York), Verona Beach (Verona Beach, New York), Verona (Verona, New York), Waddington (Waddington (town), New York), Walworth (Walworth, New York), Wampsville, New


Bovec

and was incorporated into the Imperial March of Verona. Bovec itself was first mentioned in 1192, when it belonged to the ecclesiastical Patria del Friuli, ruled by the Patriarchs of Aquileia (Patriarchate of Aquileia). It was part of Tolmin (Tolmein) County, which was conquered by the Republic of Venice in 1420 and incorporated into the ''Domini di Terraferma''. Habsburg rule The lands on the upper Soča River were finally annexed to the Inner Austrian lands under Emperor

points Pradalbino and Bomporto. The 10th crossed the Po River on 23 April, reaching Verona 25 April, and ran into heavy opposition at Torbole and Nago (Nago-Torbole). After an amphibious (amphibious warfare) crossing of Lake Garda, it secured Gargnano and Porto di Tremosine, on 30 April, as German resistance in Italy ended. After the German surrender


Ostrogothic Kingdom

Battles of Isonzo and Verona date_pre 489 event1 Start of Gothic War (Gothic War (535–554)) date_event1 535 p1 Kingdom of Odoacer s1 Byzantium under the Justinian dynasty flag_s1 Simple Labarum.svg image_map Ostrogothic Kingdom.png image_map_caption The Ostrogothic Kingdom at its greatest extent. capital Ravenna (from 493 to 540) latd 44 latm 25 latNS N longd 12 longm 12 longEW E common_languages Latin

Isonzo (the battle of Isonzo (Battle of Isonzo (489))) on August 28. Odoacer was defeated and withdrew towards Verona, where a month later another battle was fought, resulting in a bloody, but crushing, Gothic victory. Bury (1923), Ch. XII, pp. 422-424 Odoacer fled to his capital at Ravenna, while the larger part of his army under Tufa surrendered to the Goths. Theoderic then sent Tufa and his men against Odoacer, but he changed his allegiance again and returned

in April 1992, the division became an international border. In 2003, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was transformed into the state union of Serbia and Montenegro, which was abolished in 2006, making the eastern part of Syrmia part of an independent Republic of Serbia. left thumb The Verona province within the large Veneto region. (File:Map Province of Verona.svg) Viticulture has been used in the Veneto (Veneto (wine)) region since at least the time of the ancient Greeks


Kaunas Airport

, Malta (Malta International Airport), Poznań (Poznań-Ławica Airport), Rome-Ciampino (Rome Ciampino Airport), Sandefjord (Sandefjord Airport, Torp), Stockholm-Skavsta (Stockholm-Skavsta), Szczecin ("Solidarity" Szczecin-Goleniów Airport) begins 12 April 2012 , Tenerife-South (Tenerife South Airport), Verona (Verona Airport), Weeze (Weeze Airport) '''Seasonal''': Billund (Billund Airport), Bordeaux (Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport), Memmingen Airport Memmingen


Margraviate of Austria

from circa 900 until 976 leads some to posit that a Pannonian or Austrian march existed against the Magyars, alongside the other marches which had been incorporated into Bavaria by 952 (Carniola (March of Carniola), Carinthia (March of Carinthia), Istria (March of Istria), and Verona (March of Verona)). Semple, 42. However, much of (Lower) Pannonia was still conquered by the Magyars. In 976, during a general restructuring of Bavaria upon the insurrection of Duke


Platteville, Wisconsin

PLACE OF BIRTH Platteville, Wisconsin, U.S. DATE OF DEATH June 25, 2005 right 400px Map of Wisconsin showing area codes (Image:WI Area Codes (Display).png) The '''608 area code''' currently covers much of Southwest Wisconsin, including the capital (Capital (political)) city of Madison (Madison, Wisconsin) as well as the cities of Waunakee (Waunakee, Wisconsin), Mount Horeb (Mount Horeb, Wisconsin), Verona (Verona, Wisconsin), Sun Prairie, Wisconsin Sun Prairie


Baraboo, Wisconsin

, Verona (Verona, Wisconsin), Sun Prairie (Sun Prairie, Wisconsin), Monroe (Monroe, Wisconsin), Platteville (Platteville, Wisconsin), Lancaster (Lancaster, Wisconsin), Portage (Portage, Wisconsin), Baraboo (Baraboo, Wisconsin), Wisconsin Dells (Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin), Beloit (Beloit, Wisconsin), Janesville (Janesville, Wisconsin), La Crosse (La Crosse, Wisconsin), Prairie du Chien (Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin), Prairie du Sac (Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin), Sauk City


Duchy of Milan

the matter. Officially it was said that she was negotiating her alimony arrangement with the Swedish king. '''Gian Galeazzo Visconti''' (16 October 1351 – 3 September 1402), son of Galeazzo II Visconti and Bianca of Savoy, was the first Duke of Milan (Duchy of Milan) (1395) He was also Signore di Verona, Cremona, Bergamo, Brescia, Belluno, Pieve di Cadore, Feltre, Pavia, Novara, Como, Lodi, Vercelli, Alba, Asti, Pontremoli, Tortona, Alessandria, Valenza, Piacenza, Parma

of warring city-states (Italian city-states), the most powerful being Milan, Florence, Pisa, Siena, Genoa, Ferrara, Mantua, Verona and Venice. High Medieval Northern Italy was further divided by the long running battle for supremacy between the forces of the Papacy and of the Holy Roman Empire: each city aligned itself with one faction or the other, yet was divided internally between the two warring parties, Guelfs and Ghibellines. Warfare between

the states was common, invasion from outside Italy confined to intermittent sorties of Holy Roman Emperors. Renaissance politics developed from this background. Since the 13th century, as armies became primarily composed of mercenaries, prosperous city-states could field considerable forces, despite their low populations. In the course of the 15th century, the most powerful city-states annexed their smaller neighbors. Florence took Pisa in 1406, Venice captured Padua and Verona


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