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Val·le d'A·os·ta(vä′lā dä-ō′stə, -stä)
A region of northwest Italy bordering on France and Switzerland. Separated from Piedmont in the 1940s, it has a predominantly French linguistic and cultural heritage.
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Valle d'Aosta(Italian ˈvalle daˈɔsta)
(Placename) an autonomous region of NW Italy: under many different rulers until passing to the house of Savoy in the 11th century; established as an autonomous region in 1944. Capital: Aosta. Pop: 120 909 (2003 est). Area: 3263 sq km (1260 sq miles)
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Val•le d'A•o•sta(ˈvɑ leɪ dɑˈɔ stɑ)
a region in NW Italy. 118,000; 1259 sq. mi. (3260 sq. km).
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