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La Spezia

(Italian la ˈspɛttsia)
n
(Placename) a port in NW Italy, in Liguria, on the Gulf of Spezia: the chief naval base in Italy. Pop: 91 391 (2001)
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La Spe•zia

(lɑ ˈspeɪt si ə)
n.
a seaport in NW Italy, on the Ligurian Sea.107,435.
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Noun1.La Spezia - a port city in Liguria on an arm of the Ligurian Sea; a major seaport and year-round resort
Liguria - region of northwestern Italy on the Ligurian Sea
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LA SPEZIA, Italy, July 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/--Baglietto, a historic shipyard from Italy with 160 years building luxury superyachts, revealed its new 55-meter motor yacht named Severin[degrees]s this past July 6 at their shipyard in La Spezia in the presence of her owner, his family and friends, the yacht crew and the Edmiston team.
Paul McHugh, from Coventry, has been named in the ten-man strong England Partially Sighted team for the IBSA B2/B3 Futsal European Championship taking place in La Spezia, Italy.
The US Domestic Agency US ITER worked closely with vendor High Performance Magnetics in Tallahassee, Florida, to complete fabrication and transfer 800 metres of sample toroidal field magnet conductor to the port in Charleston, South Carolina, from where it will be shipped to the European winding facility in La Spezia, Italy. Delivery was expected to occur in late June.
A team of scientists led by Plymouth University, and including colleagues from the Naples Zoological Station in Ischia; the Marine Ecology Laboratory ENEA in La Spezia, Italy; the University of Texas Galveston; and the University of Hull, conducted a three-year research project into the potential mechanisms that species of worm polychaetes use to live around the underwater CO2 vent of Ischia in Southern Italy.