Prato


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Pra·to

 (prä′tō)
A city of central Italy northwest of Florence. It has been a textile center since the 1200s.

Prato

(Italian ˈpraːto)
n
(Placename) a walled city in central Italy, in Tuscany: woollen industry. Pop: 172 499 (2001). Official name: Prato in Toscana

Pra•to

(ˈprɑ toʊ)

n.
a city in central Italy, near Florence. 160,220.
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The first fine afternoon your ladies must go to Prato."
And above all rose the voice of the clever lady, crying: "Prato! They must go to Prato.
Beautiful Scotland judge Stan De Prato, left, and Cove in Bloom chairman Jim Henderson.
ENPNewswire-July 26, 2019--DIG INTO FLAVOURS FROM THE STREETS OF INDIA AT CAFE PRATO AT FOUR SEASONS HOTEL MUMBAI
Summary: Prato [Italy], May 31 (ANI): A solemn ceremony was organised in Prato, near Florence in Italy to commemorate the sacrifice made by two Indian soldiers - Hari Singh and Palu Ram of the Indian Army during World War II.
It was listed by John Prato and Vivian Prato of Century 21 Kin Realty and sold by Maria Mancia of Realty Connect USA LI.
Zheng and Hong both worked at a kindergarten run by the Marco Polo Cultural Association at the China Town in the city of Prato, reported La Repubblica Firenze.
Two timepieces were showcased at the event - the AlpinerX from Alpina and the Admiral Chronographe Flyback Prato from Ateliers deMonaco.
I think Ateliers deMonaco fits that collector point very well." Two timepieces were showcased on the occasion: the AlpinerX from Alpina and the Admiral Chronographe Flyback Prato from Ateliers deMonaco.
When husband-and-wife team Steven and Ann Prato started the company out of the backseat of a Dodge Intrepid in 1998, they had trouble tapping into the local market.
This show of more than one hundred works, distributed over five venues in Florence and Prato, Italy, documented the extraordinarily multifaceted interdisciplinary activity of Giuseppe Chiari.