Po River


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Noun1.Po River - a European riverPo River - a European river; flows into the Adriatic Sea
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Maroni is a leading member of Lega Nord, which began in the 1990s to campaign for an independent state of Padania, stretching across Italy's north, roughly following the Po river from around Lombardy in the west to Venice in the east.
A view of the Ponte della Becca (Becca bridge) shows low water levels across the Po river, near Pavia, Italy.
The Po River, the longest in Italy, is located on a pre-identified section along the Mediterranean Corridor, Milano-Cremona-Mantova-Venezia-Ravenna-Trieste.
Abstract: Brief introduction to Gianni Celati's Verso la face (Towards the River's Mouth, a collection of "stories of observation" that recount travels through the Po River Valley) along with a selection from the book translated into English by Patrick Barron.
The dampness with which the nearby Po River permeates the winds wafts into the cellars and kitchens that make the wines and cured meats.
According to the survey of travel agents, some of the top destinations for cruises this year includes the ever popular Caribbean (22%), Mediterranean (36%) and Europe (26%), as well as emerging locales such as Italyas Po River (19%), Cambodia and Vietnam on the Mekong River (27%) and throughout South America on the Amazon River (20%).
According to the survey of travel agents, some of the top destinations for cruises this year includes the ever popular Caribbean (22%), Mediterranean (36%) and Europe (26%), as well as emerging locales such as ItalyOs Po River (19%), Cambodia and Vietnam on the Mekong River (27%) and throughout South America on the Amazon River (20%).
North of the Apennines and south of the Po River lies Parma, a prosperous city, said to enjoy the highest standard of living in all of Italy and known to most non-opera lovers for its ham and its cheese.
The Po River Museum of the Second World War, a in the small town of Felonica, now has a room marking the crash.
The city centre is contained within the Dora river to the north and the Po river to the east.
The epicentre of the quake, the strongest to hit Italy in three years, was in the plains near Modena in the Emilia-Romagna region of the Po River Valley.