Synonyms for cozzo or Related words with cozzo

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Examples of "cozzo"
Cozzo borders the following municipalities: Candia Lomellina, Castelnovetto, Langosco, Rosasco, Sant'Angelo Lomellina, Valle Lomellina, Zeme.
Deschamps, J., J. Wright, S. Blumenfeld, D. Cozzo, H. Lauria, H. Peredo and J. Vizcarra
Valle Lomellina borders the following municipalities: Breme, Candia Lomellina, Cozzo, Sartirana Lomellina, Semiana, Velezzo Lomellina, Zeme.
Rosasco borders the following municipalities: Caresana, Castelnovetto, Cozzo, Langosco, Palestro, Pezzana, Robbio.
Castelnovetto borders the following municipalities: Ceretto Lomellina, Cozzo, Nicorvo, Robbio, Rosasco, Sant'Angelo Lomellina.
Sant'Angelo Lomellina borders the following municipalities: Castello d'Agogna, Castelnovetto, Ceretto Lomellina, Cozzo, Zeme.
Langosco borders the following municipalities: Candia Lomellina, Caresana, Cozzo, Motta de' Conti, Rosasco.
Deschamps, J., J. Wright, S. Blumenfeld, D. Cozzo, H. Lauria, H. Peredo and J. Vizcarra
Angelo Giovanni Mauro Binaschi (born January 15, 1889 in Cozzo; died March 15, 1973) was an Italian professional football player.
Candia Lomellina borders the following municipalities: Breme, Casale Monferrato, Cozzo, Frassineto Po, Langosco, Motta de' Conti, Valle Lomellina.
Kinniburgh was a long-term associate of Alphonse Gangitano. On 16 January 1998, Kinniburgh had been drinking with associate, Lou Cozzo, at the Laurel Hotel in Ascot Vale before driving to the home of Alphonse Gangitano.
Syracuse and its surrounding area have been inhabited since ancient times, as shown by the findings in the villages of Stentinello, Ognina, Plemmirio, Matrensa, Cozzo Pantano and "Thapsos", which already had a relationship with Mycenaean Greece.
Cozzo Busonè is a hill that is located in Raffadali, Agrigento, inside which were found the famous Venus of Busoni, two female statuettes of the Copper, now on display at the Archaeological Museum of Agrigento [1].
Cozzo is a "comune" (municipality) in the Province of Pavia in the Italian region Lombardy, located about 50 km southwest of Milan and about 40 km west of Pavia. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 421 and an area of 17.4 km².
By tracing the places of Vittorio De Seta films and looking for people who had contact with him, as the Cozzo Disi sulfur miners, Ganzirri swordfish fishermens and shepherds who attended in drama "Banditi a Orgosolo", the documentary focuses on great change started in local cultures of the Southern Italy from 1945.
The Gibilmanna Observatory is a research station used for a diverse range of studies set up and run by the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV) and it is located on Cozzo Timpa Rossa at 1005 m.a.s.l. near Cefalù, a town in the district of Palermo, Italy.
Near Pergusa lake is the archaeological site known as "Cozzo Matrice." These are the remains of an ancient prehistoric fortified village, with walls dating about 8000 BC. Other remains, dating to more than 2000 years ago, are a sacred citadel, a rich necropolis, and the remains of an ancient temple dedicated to Demeter.
The municipality of Petralia Soprana contains the "frazioni" (subdivisions, mainly villages and hamlets) Acquamara, Borgo Aiello, Borgo Pala, Cipampini, Cozzo Bianco, Fasanò, Gioiotti, Gulini, Lodico, Lucia, Madonnuzza, Miranti, Pellizzara, Pianello, Pira, Raffo, San Giovanni, SS. Trinità, Sabatini, Saccù, Salaci, Salinella, Scarcini, Scarpella, Serra di Lio, Stretti, Verdi I e Verdi II, and Villa Letizia.
In the area of Lake Pergusa, an archeological site known as "Cozzo Matrice" can be found. This site essentially houses the ruins of an old fortified village, containing imposing walls constructed around the 9th millennium BC, a sacred citadel, an opulent necropolis and the remains of an ancient temple dedicated to Demeter, dating back more than 2,000 years.
The territory of Aspra goes from the Montagna d'Aspra, which is the name of the mountain near the town with the tops of Monte Irice (284 m.), Cozzo San Pietro (345 m.) and Cozzo Tondo. The mountain extends in a promontory (Capo Mongerbino). Continuing towards Esto est, passing Mongerbino, is possible to reach Porticello (locality of the town Santa Flavia). West Aspra ends following the profile of the river Eleuterio. Aspra was part of the land of the nobility of Marquis of Sant'Isidoro of which now remain a villa and the land of the Church of Aspra (originally his own private chapel but later donated to the town, the other portion of this is partially used as municipal offices).