: multimedia.olympic.org pdf en_report_1138.pdf title IOC Factsheet publisher International Olympic Committee format PDF accessdate 2009-02-02 The scope and scale of the Winter Olympics is smaller. For example, Turin hosted 2,508 athletes from 80 countries competing in 84 events, during the 2006 Winter Olympics.
: www.olympic.org uk games past index_uk.asp?OLGT 2&OLGY 2006 archivedate 2008-08-22 title Turin 2006 publisher International Olympic Committee accessdate 2008-08-26 During the Games most athletes and officials are housed in the Olympic village. This village is intended to be a self-contained home for all the Olympic participants. It is furnished with cafeterias, health clinics, and locations for religious expression.
at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin and earned a bronze medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. The 2006 Winter Olympics were held in Turin, Italy, from 10 February to 26 February 2006. Approximately 2,508 athletes from 80 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) participated in these Games.
, Italy, 26 November 2006) was an Italian (Italy) lyricist mostly known for his work with Fred Buscaglione. They formed a songwriting duo who produced about forty songs and created Buscaglione's public persona, a humorous tough guy with a penchant for whisky and women. Chiosso and Buscaglione met in 1938 in the night-club scene of Turin, hometown to both of them. At that time, Chiosso was a university student, while Buscaglione eked out a living as a jazz singer and musician in those clubs. He was born in Conegliano, in the region of Veneto, Italy, on 26 September 1877. He studied Medicine at Rome and Turin, later specializing in neurology and neuropsychiatry. As a student, he conducted some research under several influential people studying in the Medicinal field at that time. Ugo Cerletti. American Journal of Psychiatry. 1999 Apr;156(4):630. He studied with the most eminent neurologists of his time, first in Paris, France, with Pierre Marie and Dupré, then in Munich, Germany, with Emil Kraepelin (the "father" of modern scientific psychiatry) and Alois Alzheimer (the discoverer of the most common form of senile dementia (Alzheimer's disease), which today bears his name); and in Heidelberg, with Franz Nissl, a neuropathologist. He won the XII Poetry Biennal in Alessandria WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin
sbagli" ("All my mistakes") and "Discolabirinto" ("Disco Labyrinth") were hits. The '''Biennio Rosso''' (English: "Two Red Years") was a two year period, between 1919 and 1920, of intense social conflict in Italy. The Biennio Rosso was followed by the extremely violent reaction of the Fascist blackshirts militia and eventually by the March on Rome of Benito Mussolini in 1922. The Biennio Rosso took place in the two years following the first world war (World War I) in a context of economic crisis, high unemployment and political instability. It was characterized by mass strikes, worker manifestations as well as self-management experiments through land and factories occupations. In Turin and Milan, workers councils were formed and many factory occupations took place under the leadership of anarcho-syndicalists. The agitations also extended to the agricultural areas of the Padan plain and were accompanied by peasant strikes, rural unrests and guerilla conflicts between left-wing and right-wing militias. A quantitative sociological study of the period by analyzing newspaper news in the period Quantitative Narrative Analysis (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences). Roberto Franzosi, Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 2010. Mario was born in Cagliari, Sardinia. His real name was '''Sir Giovanni Matteo De Candia''', and his heraldic titles were "Cavaliere" (Knight), "Don" (Sir), "Principe" (Prince), and "Marchese" (Marquis) in the Kingdom of Sardinia and the Kingdoms of Italy. Sir Giovanni Matteo De Candia was born in Cagliari on October 17, 1810. He came from an aristocratic family that belonged to the Savoyard-Sardinian (Sardinian people) social elite, part of the Kingdom of Savoy-Sardinia. In the baptismal register of Mario in Cagliari cathedral, Mario's father is called only "cavaliere", not a marquis or a count. On the origin and title of his family see also Francesco Floris and Antonio Serra, "Storia della Nobiltà in Sardegna" (della Torre, Cagliari 1986). His relatives were members of the Royal Court of Turin, while his father held the rank of general and was aide-de-camp to King Charles Felix of Sardinia Savoy. Cecilia Pearse De Candia, "The Romance of a Great Singer" (London 1910): Italian edition: "Il Romanzo di un celebre Tenore. Ricordi di Mario" (Le Monnier, Firenze 1913). This book, however, contains many factual errors. manufacturer Alfa Romeo assembly Arese, Milan, Italy (Alfa Romeo) Turin, Italy (Pininfarina from 2000) WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin
'', ''Corso Principe Oddone'' and the Dora river. This neighbourhood hosts the significant architecture of ''Santuario di Maria Ausiliatrice'' ("Maria Ausiliatrice Sanctuary") in the homonymous square and behind the church stands ''San Pietro in Vincoli'' old cemetery. Overall, the main thoroughfares of the West side of Aurora are ''Via Cigna'', which crosses the district from North to South, ''Corso Vercelli'', a historical avenue starting north of the Dora river, and ''Corso Principe Oddone
is also prominent in the field of design, notably interior design, architectural design, industrial design and urban design. The country has produced some well-known furniture designers, such as Gio Ponti and Ettore Sottsass, and Italian phrases such as ''"Bel Disegno"'' and ''"Linea Italiana"'' have entered the vocabulary of furniture design. Miller (2005) p. 486 Examples of classic pieces of Italian white goods and pieces
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February of that year). This was the beginning of Toscanini's life-long friendship and championing of Catalani; he even named his first daughter Wally after the heroine of Catalani's opera ''La Wally''. David Mason Greene, Greene’s Biographical Encyclopedia of Composers, p. 819 However, he also returned to his chair in the cello section, and participated as cellist in the world premiere of Verdi (Giuseppe Verdi)'s ''Otello'' (La Scala, Milan, 1887) under
. The Korean team defeated two-time defending Olympic champion Canada with a powerful pass by Ahn in the closing laps. Lee also finished second overall at the 2006 Short Track World Championships held in Minneapolis, MN. Torino In July 2004, Marazzina signed for Torino, scoring sixteen goals to help the club finish third (2004–05 Serie B) in division two, also winning the promotion playoffs against Ascoli Calcio 1898 and Perugia Calcio (where
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).