Synonyms for cossano or Related words with cossano

casalnoceto              mombaruzzo              ghislarengo              calvignasco              fenile              calasca              lauco              feisoglio              rogeno              neviglie              etneo              casasco              tavagnasco              cervasca              cravagliana              olginate              introzzo              castronno              gorzegno              ubiale              felitto              trausella              bioglio              lomagna              valtellino              villastellone              robecco              peccioli              pezzana              garbagna              frascaro              guanzate              sottana              piedimulera              varedo              frabosa              ossago              bulgarograsso              mercenasco              lurate              pallanzeno              roletto              dernice              caprauna              montegrino              filattiera              caravino              valcuvia              boccioleto              valbrevenna             

Examples of "cossano"
Cessole borders the following municipalities: Bubbio, Cossano Belbo, Loazzolo, Roccaverano, and Vesime.
Settimo Rottaro borders the following municipalities: Azeglio, Caravino, Borgo d'Ale, and Cossano Canavese.
Caravino borders the following municipalities: Albiano d'Ivrea, Azeglio, Strambino, Settimo Rottaro, Vestignè, Cossano Canavese, and Borgomasino.
Cossano Canavese borders the following municipalities: Caravino, Settimo Rottaro, Borgo d'Ale and Borgomasino.
Camo borders the following municipalities: Cossano Belbo, Mango, Santo Stefano Belbo.
Vesime borders the following municipalities: Castino, Cessole, Cossano Belbo, Perletto, Roccaverano, Rocchetta Belbo, and San Giorgio Scarampi.
Cossano Belbo borders the following municipalities: Camo, Cessole, Loazzolo, Mango, Rocchetta Belbo, Santo Stefano Belbo, and Vesime.
Loazzolo borders the following municipalities: Bubbio, Canelli, Cessole, Cossano Belbo, Monastero Bormida, Roccaverano, and Santo Stefano Belbo.
Mango borders the following municipalities: Camo, Castino, Coazzolo, Cossano Belbo, Neive, Neviglie, Rocchetta Belbo, Santo Stefano Belbo, and Trezzo Tinella.
In Cuneo: Camo, Castiglione Tinella, Cossano Belbo, Mango, Neive, Neviglie, Rocchetta Belbo, Santo Stefano Belbo, Treiso and Trezzo Tinella.
Cossano Canavese is a "comune" (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Turin in the Italian region Piedmont, located about northeast of Turin.
Borgo d'Ale borders the following municipalities: Alice Castello, Azeglio, Bianzè, Borgomasino, Cossano Canavese, Maglione, Moncrivello, Settimo Rottaro, Tronzano Vercellese, and Viverone.
Cossano Belbo is a "comune" (municipality) in the Province of Cuneo in the Italian region Piedmont, located about southeast of Turin and about northeast of Cuneo. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 1,068 and an area of .
Guglielmo's chronicle informs us that he had turned fifty by 1300 and sixty by 1310. His birth therefore fell in 1249 or 1250. He fought for the commune of Asti during its war against Charles of Anjou. During the Battle of Cossano in 1274 he was captured. He was later freed and took part in further campaigns. In 1290 he fought in the war against William VII of Montferrat. He became merchant of spices, was a member of the bourgeois "popolo" and held several important municipal offices. In 1300, he visited Rome during the first Jubilee. He made up a will in 1310 and this is the last record of him independent of his chronicle.
Lajolo Knife & Stick System is the name of a modern Italian martial arts system founded by Italian Knife & Stick master Danilo Rossi Lajolo di Cossano. It is based on his family's traditional regional Italian knife & stick system, Scherma di Coltello Pugliese (the Apulian knife tradition), which he learned from his uncle. He then trained with Italian Grandmasters from all over Italy and learned their regional family systems and added them to his system. He is also proficient in Jeet Kun Do and Kali/Eskrima, certified instructor in both, and used his training and expertise in these arts to modernize and codify the Italian systems and make them applicable for modern self-defense applications. He teaches out of the Calix Academy in Udine, Italy with Calix affiliate schools throughout Italy, Russia, and Australia. He also founded the Comitato Italiano Scherma Con Il Bastone E Discipline Associate (Committee of Italian Fencing With Stick And Associated Disciplines) CISB. Along with other traditional Italian martial art masters Danilo Rossi founded the CISB to preserve the traditional Italian martial arts. Each Italian martial art must be verified to three generations in order to be accepted into the CISB. He is also the founder and president of Italian Short Fencing, which is an organized International sport with rules and safety equipment similar to Olympic fencing.