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A city of southwest Sicily, Italy, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It was founded c. 580 bc by Greek colonists.
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(Placename) a town in Italy, in SW Sicily: site of six Greek temples. Pop: 54 619 (2001). Former name (until 1927): Girgenti
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A•gri•gen•to(ˌɑ griˈdʒɛn tɔ)
a city in S Italy. 51,931.
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