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The city is served by Humberto Ghizzo
The address of the school is km 220, RSC-287 roadway, corner to Luiz
died on November 5, 2007, in the Nervi region of Genoa.
(born 20 March 1982 in Amnéville) is a French athlete specialising in the hammer throw. He competed for France at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
officially retired from the show in 1987 and was succeeded by Massimo De Luca. De Luca was replaced by Alfredo Provenzali in 1992.
Regional Airport , also known as Jaguaruna Regional Airport is the airport serving the city of Jaguaruna and the southern region of Santa Catarina, Brazil.
After World War 2, German-U.S. composer Richard Mohaupt created together with choreographer Alfredo
the dance burlesque ("Tanzburleske") "Max und Moritz", which premiered at Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe on December 18, 1949.
(December 6, 1920 – May 25, 2007) was an Italian modern painter, he was one of the founders of the "Centro di Unità della Cultura L'Arco" together with venetian artists and writers.
(January 28, 1921 – November 5, 2007) was an Italian sports journalist and radio broadcaster. He was best known as the host of "Tutto il calcio minuto per minuto", a live radio show covering Italian football (soccer).
In 2016 he participated in the ""Primer Festival de Musicología y Música Colonial Iberoamericana"" (First Iberoamerican Musicology and Colonial Music Festival) in Montevideo, Uruguay. He has a stable piano duet with Federica
Piolanti is now president and coach in Athletic Club Amneville – the athletic club he has been in his entire career. He has trained several high calibre throwers at the club including Jerome
, Maxime Maier, Quentin Bigot, and Bruno Boccalate.
Modin was born in the city of Bergamo, Italy, in 1963. He grew artistically in Liceo Artistico Marco Polo high school, in Venice, where he is taught by Ferruccio
, his art professor, who had great influence in the development of Modin's work.
He began to collaborate with Italian sports commentators, Nando Martellini and Niccolò Carosio on stories about Italian domestic football. He helped found "Tutto il calcio minuto per minuto" together with Sergio Zavoli and Guglielmo Moretti.
hosted the show from February 3, 1959 until 1987, a total of 28 years, which set a hosting record in Italian broadcasting, which has yet to be surpassed as of 2007.
was born on January 28, 1921, in Portici, Italy. His parents were employed as an architect and an engineer. He attempted an initial career in the Italian army with a goal of becoming an officer in the Italian navy. However, he switched careers when he decided to become a journalist and began working for the RAI in 1944. The 1954 FIFA World Cup in Switzerland gave him his first opportunity in sports broadcasting.
Armando Pizzinato was the elder son of Battista Pizzinato and Andremonda Astolfo. He started work at 15 to help his mother after the loss of his father. He made an apprenticeship with a house painter and later was employed in a local bank. Since childhood he had a passion for painting and drawing, and the purchase of the book "Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects" by Giorgio Vasari ("The Lives") played a large role in developing that passion even more. He was still a teenager when the manager of the bank arranged lessons for Armando with the painter Pio Rossi. Then, in 1930, thanks to the money he was earning, he could be enrolled in the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia (School of fine arts of Venice). Shortly later he got to know some of his contemporaries such as Alberto Viani, Giulio Turcato, Mario De Luigi, Ferruccio
(in the 40s), Carlo Scarpa, Afro Basaldella and Mirko Basaldella.
Born in Venice in 1920, Ferruccio
received his diploma from the Art Institute there in 1947. He has taught for the same Institute, the Artistic High School as well as for the Senior Course of Industrial Design. Immediately following the war, he was one of the founders of "L'Arco" Cultural Center in Venice. From 1943-2003 he had several one-man shows both in Italy and abroad, for example the Museum of Modern Art of Cà Pesaro (1982 and 2003) and Fondazione Querini Stampalia (2001). Bortoluzzi's works can be seen in public and private collections in Italy and abroad. A contemporary documentation of his artistic activities can be found at the Historical Archive of Contemporary Art in Venice. The artist died in Venice in 2007.
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