Translation for 'Upper Italy' from English to Russian
NOUN   Upper Italy | -
Северная Италия {ж}
Upper Italy
Италия {ж}
Italy <.it>
Верхняя Саксония {ж}
Upper Saxony
Верхний Рейн {м} [часть Рейна]
Upper Rhine
Верхняя Силезия {ж}
Upper Silesia
верхняя губа {ж}
upper lip
высшие слои {мн} общества
upper class {sg}
Верхняя Франкония {ж}
Upper Franconia [Bavarian region]
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Usage Examples English
  • Stipo a bambocci (plural: "Stipi a bambocci") is a writing cabinet, which was made during the Renaissance in Upper Italy and which can be locked by a fall-front.
  • From 1328 to 1335 he won fame preaching in all the cities of upper Italy.
  • Celsus was presumably born in upper Italy, where the "gentilicium" of "Juventius" was common and where senatorial Juventii can also be found.
  • This did not prevent him from continuing his apostolic labours and from founding several houses of his order in Upper Italy.
  • The monastery's key position not only on the important medieval road from Augsburg across the Alps to Upper Italy but also in the Füssen Gap ("Füssener Enge", the point where the river Lech breaks out of the Alps) gave it an immense strategic value, which made it of political concern both to the Bishops of Augsburg and to the Holy Roman Emperors.

  • Gi is best remembered, a testament to the citizens’ typical antifascism, as in 1944 workers went on strike in support of the Committee for the Liberation of Upper Italy.
  • Gaetano Casati (4 September 1838 – 7 March 1902) was an Italian explorer of Africa, born in Lesmo in upper Italy.
  • After the French campaign in 1522 ended and Frundsberg resigned from the leadership of the Landsknechts, he returned to lead the march of 6,000 men on upper Italy.
  • When Austria lost, in 1866, its rule over Upper Italy (Venetia and Lombardy), the new "Strade Ferrate Alta Italia" (SFAI) was split from the Südbahn-Gesellschaft, with the same main shareholders as the mother company.
  • During the Second World War, he was also an officer with the Waffen-SS and served as the SS and Police Leader (SSPF) in "Oberitalien-Mitte" (Central Upper Italy).

  • Richetto followed his father in Turin in 1863, finishing his studies there at the Professional School. After graduating, he found a job at the Railway Company of Upper Italy.
  • Roeder was married to the Italian violin virtuoso Adelaide Milanollo, born on 26 September 1872 in Upper Italy.
  • It is commonly known as the Moorland Pondskater, and has been found in France, Ireland, United Kingdom, The Balkans, and Upper Italy/Switzerland.
  • All this constituted the network of Upper Italy and was added to what was already owned by the Lombard-central company up to Florence.
  • On April 27, 1945, the National Liberation Committee of Upper Italy (C.L.N.A.I.), broadcasting from the microphones of Radio Milano Libertà, included his name among the arrest orders issued with its first executive decree.

  • The Calà del Sasso in Upper Italy has 4,444 steps and is one of the largest outside staircases in Europe.
  • National Liberation Committee (CLN) leaders of Rome led by Bonomi recognized in January 1944 the need for coordination of the partisan struggle in the north and then the delegates were Committee of Milan all political and military powers for Upper Italy, despite some disagreement with the Committee of Turin.
  • Even at this early stage there were close contacts with Upper Italy over the route of the present-day Brenner-Scharnitz road.
  • Although he always had a longing for free space and distant lands, it is said that he never travelled farther than France and Upper Italy.
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