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Venecija [ ženski rod {geologija} ]

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Apulian [ imenica ]
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Basilicata [ imenica {geologija} ]
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A region of southern Italy (forming the instep of the Italian 'boot'); Also called: Lucania.
Mountainous region of S Italy, comprising the provinces of Potenza and Matera; area 10,0sq km/3,8sq mi; est) 610,80Its capital is Potenza. It was the Roman province of Lucania.

Emilia-Romagna [ imenica {geologija} ]
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A region of north central Italy on the Adriatic.
Region of N central Italy including much of the Po Valley; area 22,1sq km/8,5sq mi; est) 3,920,20The capital is Bologna; other towns include Reggio, Rimini, Parma, Ferrara, and Ravenna. Agricultural produce includes fruit, wine, sugar beet, beef, and dairy products; oil and natural-gas resources have been developed in the Po Valley.
Region N Italy bounded by the Po, the Adriatic, and the Apennines capital Bologna area 85square miles (22,1square kilometers).

Venetia [ imenica {geologija} ]
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Roman name of that part of NE Italy which later became the republic of Venice, including the Veneto region.

Veneto [ imenica {geologija} ]
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A region of northeastern Italy on the Adriatic; Also called: Venezia-Euganea, Venetia.
Region of NE Italy, comprising the provinces of Belluno, Padova (Padua), Treviso, Rovigo, Venezia (Venice), and Vicenza; area 18,4sq km/7,1sq mi; est) 4,395,30Its capital is Venice, and towns include Padua, Verona, and Vicenza. The Veneto forms part of the N Italian plain, with the delta of the river Po; it includes part of the Alps and Dolomites, and Lake Garda. Products include cereals, fruit, vegetables, wine, chemicals, ships, and textiles.

Venezia [ imenica {geologija} ]
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Italian form of Venice, a city, port, and naval base on the Adriatic Sea.

Venice [ imenica {geologija} ]
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City in Florida (USA); zip code 34285.
City in Illinois (USA); zip code 62090.
The provincial capital of Veneto; built on 1islands within a lagoon in the Gulf of Venice which is an arm of the Adriatic; has canals instead of streets; one of Italy's major ports and a famous tourist attraction; Also called: Venezia.
(Italian Venezia) City, port, and naval base on the NE coast of Italy; It is the capital of Veneto region. The old city is built on piles on low-lying islands in a salt-water lagoon, sheltered from the Adriatic Sea by the Lido and other small strips of land. There are about 1canals crossed by some 4bridges. Apart from tourism (it draws 8 million tourists a year), industries include glass, jewelry, textiles, and lace. Venice was an independent trading republic from the 10th century, ruled by a doge, or chief magistrate, and was one of the centers of the Italian Renaissance. It was renowned as a center of early publishing; 1of all printed books before 15were printed in Venice.
features.
It is now connected with the mainland and its industrial suburb, Mestre, by road and rail viaduct. The Grand Canal divides the city and is crossed by the Rialto Bridge; transport is by traditional gondola or vaporetto (water bus).
St Mark’s Square has the 11th-century Byzantine cathedral of San Marco, the 9th–16th-century campanile (rebuilt 1902), and the 14th–15th-century Gothic Doge’s Palace (linked to the former state prison by the 17th-century Bridge of Sighs). The nearby Lido is a bathing resort. The Venetian School of artists includes the Bellinis, Carpaccio, Giorgione, Titian, Tintoretto, and Veronese. The Venetian Carnival is held annually at the end of February, with spectacular costumes and masks.
history.
In 19archeologist Ernesto Canal established that the city was founded by the Romans in the 1st century AD; it was previously thought to have been founded by mainlanders fleeing from the Barbarians in AD 42Venice became a wealthy independent trading republic in the 10th century, stretching by the mid-15th century to the Alps and including Crete. It was governed by an aristocratic oligarchy, the Council of Ten, and a senate, which appointed the doge 697–179Venice helped defeat the Ottoman Empire in the naval battle of Lepanto 15but the republic was overthrown by Napoleon 179It passed to Austria 18but finally became part of the kingdom of Italy 1866.



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