The Battle of Ticinus was a battle of the Second Punic War fought between the Carthaginian forces of Hannibal and the Romans under Publius Cornelius Scipio in November 218 BC. The battle took place in the flat country of Pavia county on the right ba…
Latitude and longitude of Casale Monferrato
Casale Monferrato is a town in the Piedmont region in Italy, in the province of Alessandria. It is situated about 60 km (37 mi) east of Turin on the right bank of the Po, where the river runs at the foot of the Montferrat hills.
Latitude: 45° 08' 0.17" N
Longitude: 8° 27' 9.00" E
Articles of interest in Casale Monferrato
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The March (also margraviate or marquisate) of Montferrat was a frontier march of the Kingdom of Italy during the Middle Ages and a state of the Holy Roman Empire.
Edizioni Piemme is an Italian book publisher with specialisms in religion, and in fiction for children and young adults. Since October 2003 it has been part of the Mondadori group which acquired 70% of its equity at a cost of 14.104 million Euros.
Lucedio Abbey (Italian: Abbazia di Santa Maria di Lucedio) is a 12th-century former Cistercian foundation near Trino, which is now in the province of Vercelli, north-west Italy.
The Battle of Palestro was fought on 30/31 May 1859 between the Austrian Empire and the combined forces of the Kingdom of Sardinia-Piedmont and France. The Franco-Piedmontese forces were victorious.
The Tanaro (Italian pronunciation: [ˈtaːnaro]), known as Tanarus in ancient times and Tane or Tani in piedmontese language, is a 276-kilometre (171 mi) long river in northwestern Italy. It rises in the Ligurian Alps, close to the border with France …
The Synagogue of Casale Monferrato, which was built in 1595, is particularly known for its exquisite Baroque interior with walls and ceiling embellished with elaborate painting, carving and gilding. It is located in Vicolo Salmone Olper, an alleyway…
The Sesia (Latin Sesites or Sessites) is a river in north-western Italy, tributary to the Po.
Enrico Fermi Nuclear Power Plant was a nuclear power plant at Trino (often referred to as ‘Trino Vercellese’, meaning ‘Trino in the Province of Vercelli’), in north-west Italy.
Dora Baltea [ˈdɔːra ˈbaltea] or Doire Baltée [dwaʁ balte] (Latin: Duria maior or Duria Bautica; Franco-Provençal: Djouire (Valdôtain); Piemontese: Deura Bàotia), is a river in northern Italy.
The Basilica di Sant'Andrea is the church of a monastery in Vercelli, Piedmont, northern Italy, founded in 1219 by Cardinal Guala Bicchieri and completed in 1227. It represents an early example of Gothic architecture in Italy, inspired by Cistercian…
The Sacro Monte di Crea (literally ‘Sacred Mountain of Crea’, although it is built on a hill rather than a mountain) is a Roman Catholic sanctuary in the comune of Serralunga di Crea, Piedmont, northern Italy.
The Agogna (in Piedmontese Agògna) is a 140-kilometre (87 mi) stream which runs through the Italian regions of Piedmont and Lombardy.
The Vercelli Synagogue (Italian: Tempio Israelitico) is a synagogue in Vercelli, Italy.
The Scrivia, 117 kilometres (73 mi) long, is a right tributary of the Po River, in northern Italy.
Vercelli railway station (Italian: Stazione di Vercelli) is the main station serving the city and comune of Vercelli, in the Piedmont region, northwestern Italy.
The Bormida (Bormia in Piedmontese language) is a river of north-west Italy which rises in Liguria, as the Bormida di Millesimo and flows through Piedmont.
The Arbogna Erbognone is an Italian stream whose sources is south of Novara in the province of Novara.