River Arno


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Noun1.River Arno - a river in central Italy rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence and Pisa to the Ligurian SeaRiver Arno - a river in central Italy rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence and Pisa to the Ligurian Sea
Italia, Italian Republic, Italy - a republic in southern Europe on the Italian Peninsula; was the core of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire between the 4th century BC and the 5th century AD
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Around the time he began Lisa's portrait, the Florentine government employed Leonardo to mastermind an ultimately unsuccessful project to divert the River Arno from the rival city of Pisa.
Which city on the River Arno is famous for its Leaning Tower?
I crossed the River Arno to the south side of Firenze (as the locals call their city) and found myself in the workingclass "Oltrarno" neighbourhood.
The city of Pisa has joined forces with Deutsche Telekom and its partner firm Kiunsys to install the new smart city service on Piazza Carrara, located directly on the banks of the river Arno.
At the Regatta of St Ranieri Pisa, join in this tradition that goes back about seven centuries in which narrow rowboats dash up 1,500m against the current on the River Arno.
Rommily Gill suffered multiple fractures when she fell near the River Arno in Pisa early on Sunday.
We jumped on to the hop- on hop- off bus to get around the bustling city and cross the River Arno to where residents have lived in sprawling homes for centuries.
An English team has not won gold at the World Club Championships since Essex on the River Arno in 1982.
An array of hotels includes the 3-star Hotel Alba (USD385), which boasts mini-bars, satellite TV, and CD players; the 3-star Hotel Meridiana (USD428) with a 3-course dinner at the Restaurant Riflessi; and the 5-star luxury Hotel degli Orafi (USD609) which offers the view of the River Arno and Ponte vecchio seen in the Merchant/Ivory film OA Room with a View.
An array of hotels includes the 3-star Hotel Alba (US$385), which boasts mini-bars, satellite TV, and CD players; the 3-star Hotel Meridiana (US$428) with a 3-course dinner at the Restaurant Riflessi; and the 5-star luxury Hotel degli Orafi (US$609) which offers the view of the River Arno and Ponte vecchio seen in the Merchant/Ivory film OA Room with a View.
It's an easy stroll from the Campo dei Miracoli south along the banks of the River Arno into the Borgo Stretto, the old town.