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Google previewLet's Go 2008 Italy (2007)

by Let's Go Inc.

gl fl ORIENTATION AND PRACTICAL INFORMATION Alassio is a small, navigable town with activity centering around the pedestrian walkways along its seacoast.

Google previewLocomotive Engineers Journal (1901)

Alassio is a charming health resort, and frequented by many English-speaking people in the winter; and the American traveler will find it a pleasant relief to mingle with the people £ here, whose tastes from the Maritime Alps, and one and a half ...

Google previewBrotherhood of Locomotive Engineer's Monthly Journal (1901)

Alassio is a charming health resort, and frequented by many English-speaking people in the winter; and the American traveler will find it a pleasant relief to mingle with the people found here, whose tastes from the Maritime Alps, and one and ...

Google previewConducting Elgar (1998)

by Norman Del Mar, Jonathan Del Mar

ALASSIO is a seaside resort in the north of Italy which was much patronized by the English at the turn of the century and was visited by the Elgar family in the winter of 1903-4 when the composer felt in need of inspiration as well as new ...

Google previewThe Regions of Italy (2002)

A Reference Guide to History and Culture by Roy Palmer Domenico

Alassio is a popular resort town of uncertain origin, although a Benedictine feudal village existed there by 1100. The monks, based on the offshore island of Gallinara, dedicated a small church to Saint Anne there. The monastery acquired ...

Google previewB. Bradshaw's dictionary of mineral waters, climatic health resorts [&c.] ... of the world (1883)

by B. Bradshaw

Alassio. — Italy, between Ventimiglia and Genoa, 5,500 inhabitants.

Google previewThe dictionary of watering places ... at home and abroad (1881)

by Dictionary

Alassio (Italy). — This is a growing resort for English visitors on the Western Riviera, situated between San Remo and Pegli, from the former of which it is distant 28 miles. It has a population of 5500. The town consists mainly of one long narrow ...

Google previewB. Bradshaw's Dictionary of Mineral Waters, Climatic Health Resorts, Sea Baths, and Hydropathic Establishments (1883)

by B. Bradshaw

Alassio. — Italy, between Ventmiiglia and Genoa, 5,500 inhabitants.

Google previewEncyclopedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm

(modern Abano Bagni Avezzano Acerenza \vigliana Acerra Bagheria Acireale Bari Acqui Barletta Aderno ‚311000110 Adria Battaglia Baveno A done Bellagio Alassio Belluno Alba Benevento Albenga етшо Alcamo Bertinoro Alessandria ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical (1841)

Of the Various Countries, Places and Principal Natural Objects in the World by John Ramsay McCulloch

ALASSIO, or ARRACI, a sea-port town of tho Sardinian States, prov. Albenga, cap. district, 5 m. S.S.W Albenga. Pop. nearly 5,000, industrious, active, and daring seamen. There is good anchorage opposite to the town, which consists of a long ...

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (2015)

by Murali Mohan Hundigam

Naples, Brindisi Italian proprietor of an inn or restaurant—padrone Italian public square—piazza Italian pudding—tiramisu Italian region, capital Florence— Tuscany Italian Renaissance painter—Raphael Italian resort—Alassio, Rimini Italian ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1842)

ALASSIO, a seaport in the duchy of Genoa, in the Sardinian kingdom, with 1420 inhabitants, who equip several vessels annually to the coral fishery on the shores of the island of Sardinia. ALASSONA, a town in European Turkey, with 3000 ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Alassio, Italy), English colonial officer, naturalist, first successful British administrator in the Malay Peninsula, before going to the Malay Peninsula, Low had spent 30 years as a colonial civil servant on the small island of Labuan (a crown ...

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