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A city of northwest Italy west of Florence. On the site of an ancient Ligurian settlement and a Roman colony, it received its city charter in the 1100s and was later an independent republic.
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(Placename) a city in NW Italy, in Tuscany: centre of a rich agricultural region, noted for the production of olive oil. Pop: 81 862 (2001). Ancient name: Luca
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Luc•ca(ˈlu kə, -kɑ)
a city in NW Italy, W of Florence. 91,656.
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