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Bergamo

Bergamo Audio (Bèrghem in Eastern Lombard and Bergum in Western Lombard , antiquated:Wälsch-Bergen in German) is a town in Lombardy, Italy, about ...

castles in italy, history of bergamo, bergamo

Roman Catholic Diocese of Bergamo

The Diocese of Bergamo (Latin: Dioecesis Bergomensis) is a see of the Catholic Church in Italy, and is suffragan of the Archdiocese of Milan.

roman catholic dioceses in italy, province of bergamo, province of brescia, bishops of bergamo, roman catholic dioceses in lombardy, province of lecco

Communes of the province of Bergamo

This is a list of municipalities (comuni) of the Italian province of Bergamo. ... http://www.comune.bergamo.bg/it Berzo San Fermo 1,142 5 km² 228/km² ...

lists of communes of italy, communes of the province of bergamo

Santa Maria Maggiore, Bergamo

The Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore is a church in Bergamo, Northern Italy. ... Notable is Giovanni da Campione's porch in the left transept, which is ...

12th-century architecture, 1137 establishments, churches in bergamo

University of Bergamo

The Bergamo University (lang-it) is a university located in Bergamo, Italy. ... The University of Bergamo, founded in 1968, was originally named "The ...

educational institutions established in 1968, universities and colleges in italy, education in bergamo

Gasparinus de Bergamo

Gasparinus de Bergamo (in Italian, Gasparino (da) Barizizza or Gasparino (da) Barzizza; ... the village of Barzizza, near Bergamo, he studied grammar and ...

schoolteachers, 1360 births, 1431 deaths, italian academics, italian renaissance humanists, italian renaissance writers, italian writers, people from the province of bergamo

Venturino of Bergamo

Venturino of Bergamo (9 April 1304 - 28 March 1346) was an Italian Dominican preacher. ... He was born at Bergamo, and received the habit of the Order of ...

1304 births, 1346 deaths, beatified people, dominicans

Province of Bergamo

Bergamo masons and assemblers are very ... As the end of 2006 the province of Bergamo host 92000 immigrants from country outside the European union.

province of bergamo, provinces of italy

Peter of Bergamo

Peter of Bergamo (Almadura) (date of birth unknown; died at Placentia, in 1482) was an Italian Dominican theologian. ... In the edition of St. Thomas's ...

1482 deaths, dominicans, italian theologians

Bergamo Alps

The Bergamo Alps (also: Bergamasque Alps; Italian: Prealpi Orobie) are a mountain range in the Italian Alps which forms part of the Central Eastern ...

lombardy, mountain ranges of italy, mountain ranges of the alps, bergamo