Monza

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Mon·za

 (mōn′zə, -tsä)
A city of northern Italy north-northeast of Milan. An ancient capital of Lombardy, it is now a major industrial center with diversified manufactures.

Monza

(Italian ˈmontsa)
n
(Placename) a city in N Italy, northeast of Milan: the ancient capital of Lombardy; scene of the assassination of King Umberto I in 1900; motor-racing circuit. Pop: 120 204 (2001)

Mon•za

(ˈmɒn zə)

n.
a city in N Italy, NNE of Milan. 122,103.
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