Campo Formio

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Campo Formio

(Italian ˈkampo ˈfɔrmjo)
n
(Placename) a village in NE Italy, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia: scene of the signing of a treaty in 1797 that ended the war between revolutionary France and Austria. Modern name: Campoformido
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Implementing agency : Centrale Unica Di Committenza Tra I Comuni Di Campoformido E Pozzuolo Del Friuli
The deal includes the production facility and offices in Campoformido, buildings in Ponte Crepaldo, San Martino and Monfalcone, and the existing contracts.
On the other side the signs have topographic titles: Nice, Savoy, Campoformido, Bronte, places where the country's geography had changed due to defeats, losses or international exchanges of territories that were disadvantageous to Italy.