Synonyms for rubiera or Related words with rubiera

figuerola              recalde              iturbe              panizo              etxebarria              aguerre              laiseka              asensi              surraco              eizaguirre              romera              merlos              arvelo              urmeneta              cichero              britos              serantes              parejo              llopart              arbizu              jorquera              uriarte              rebollo              ohaco              zabalza              zapater              pedroso              morillas              sarasola              alzate              torreblanca              joseba              olarte              carniglia              bertomeu              carcamo              isasi              echavarri              etxeberria              badilla              mansilla              ferreras              lastras              argudo              tellechea              laudelino              mancilla              yeste              bortoluzzi              condori             

Examples of "rubiera"
San Martino in Rio borders the following municipalities: Campogalliano, Correggio, Reggio Emilia, Rubiera.
Campogalliano borders the following municipalities: Carpi, Correggio, Modena, Rubiera, San Martino in Rio.
Casalgrande borders the following municipalities: Castellarano, Formigine, Modena, Reggio Emilia, Rubiera, Sassuolo, Scandiano.
Santa Agata a Casale is a Roman Catholic church in a rural spot outside of Rubiera, province of Reggio Emilia, region of Emilia Romagna, Italy.
José Luis Rubiera Vigil (born 27 January 1973 in Gijón) is a Spanish former professional road bicycle racer. He last rode for the UCI ProTour team .
Rubiera is the hometown of Stefano Baldini, European and Olympic marathon champion. Rubiera's handball team (Pallamano Secchia) has played in the Italian serie A every year since 1982.
Santissima Annunziata, or merely the Annunziata, is a Baroque-style, Roman Catholic chapel-church, or oratory, located in Rubiera, province of Reggio Emilia, region of Emilia Romagna, Italy.
Rubiera is a "comune" (municipality) in the Province of Reggio Emilia in the Italian region Emilia-Romagna, located on the Via Emilia about northwest of Bologna and about southeast of Reggio Emilia.
Riding under a Luxembourgian license, the team also included other ex-Discovery Channel riders such as Tomas Vaitkus, Sérgio Paulinho, Chechu Rubiera, Vladimir Gusev and Janez Brajkovic, as well as American Chris Horner.
Santa Carlo Borromeo is a Baroque style, Roman Catholic church located on Via Rubiera #1 in the town of San Martino in Rio, province of Reggio Emilia, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
Antonio Urceo, called Codro ("Antonius Urceus Codrus", 1446, Rubiera–1500, Bologna) was an Italian humanist who taught grammar and eloquence in Bologna (where Nicolaus Copernicus was among his students).
This painter is likely related to "Giuseppe Andreoli", also born in San Possidonio, born 1791, and died in Rubiera, October 17, 1822) who was a priest and Italian patriot.
The church of Santi Faustino e Giovita, also called just San Faustino, is a Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church in the town of Rubiera, province of Reggio Emilia, region of Emilia Romagna, Italy.
Vincente González Rubiera (27 October 1908 – 29 September 1987), better known as Guyún, was an influential Cuban guitarist, harmonist and teacher, who tapped into classical guitar techniques to revive the accompaniment of the trova. He achieved the finest transcriptions for guitar.
A church at this site was documented in a papal bull of 1146, which mentions a chapel of Sant'Agata in the parish of Santi Faustino e Giovita, Rubiera. The church was dilapidated in a description of 1593, and rebuilt decades thereafter.
New Zealander Greg Henderson (Health Net Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis) claimed the points jersey for sprinters, while Discovery Channel's José Luis Rubiera won the King of the Mountains competition for climbers. Trent Lowe (Jittery Joe's–Kalahari) won the Best Young Rider (blue jersey) competition.
In 1997 Daisy Rubiera Castillo's testimonial biography of her mother, Maria de los Reyes Castillo Bueno, "", was a finalist in Casa de las Américas' literary competition. Described as the first Cuban testimonial narrative that used gender as an analytical tool, it constitutes the closest perspective with direct knowledge of the experience we have of Black Cuban women's lives since the period of slavery.
In 1510 he fought for the Republic of Venice in the Italian Wars. He defeated Silvio Savelli but was in turn beat by Prospero Colonna, whom he had harassed during the siege of Crema. In 1523 he attacked Rubiera and Reggio Emilia.
Mike Porcel was born under the name Michael Charles Porcel Henriques in Havana, Cuba on April 13, 1950. He began his musical education at the Fernandez Vila Conservatory under some of the most recognized Cuban figures of those days such as Alberto Bernal, Leopoldina Nuñez, Harold Gramatges, Alfredo Diez Nieto, Vicente Gonzalez Rubiera "Guyun" and Angel Vasquez Millares to mention a few. From them he learned classical guitar and harmony applied to the instrument, traditional harmony, counterpoint, composition, orchestration and music appreciation.
After "P.M. Reggio Emilia AV", the line continues to follow the "A1" until "P.C. Rubiera". This location service is located between the villages of Fontana and Osteria and has two 160 km/h crossovers. Further south the line moves away from A1 to the east in order to bypass the town of Modena to its north on a curve with a radius requires AV trains to observe lower than normal speed limits.