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Abatino Faunistic Park The park was designed to allow for the maintenance of specimens of indigenous and exotic fauna and includes two main areas: the first, about three acres, is designed for teaching activities for schools; the second, larger at about 7 acres, hosts the fauna.
Abatino Faunistic Park Abatino Faunistic Park is a zoo-park located in Poggio San Lorenzo, Italy, in an area of particular interest to the landscape and archaeological aspects which presents the sub-Mediterranean vegetation.
Josephine Baker At this time she scored her most successful song, "J'ai deux amours" (1931). At the start of her career in France, Baker met a Sicilian former stonemason who passed himself off as a count, who persuaded her to let him manage her. Giuseppe Pepito Abatino was not only Baker’s management, but her lover as well. The two could not marry due to Baker still being married to her second husband, Willie Baker.
Gianni Brera Brera is widely credited for innovating Italian language, notably by creating a whole new terms for football (soccer), some of which have been adopted by other countries. The word "libero" (sweeper) for the third defender was coined by Brera. Famous nicknames he invented for Italian players include "Abatino" ("Little Abbot") for Gianni Rivera and "Rombo di tuono" ("Rolling Thunder") for Gigi Riva. Apart from the imaginative lexicon, Brera was noteworthy for his rich style and very free usage of foreign or regional phrases. He spoke fluent French and Spanish, a little German and Latin, and some English.
Josephine Baker Under the management of Abatino, Baker's stage and public persona, as well as her singing voice, were transformed. In 1934, she took the lead in a revival of Jacques Offenbach's opera "La créole", which premiered in December of that year for a six-month run at the Théâtre Marigny on the Champs-Élysées of Paris. In preparation for her performances, she went through months of training with a vocal coach. In the words of Shirley Bassey, who has cited Baker as her primary influence, "... she went from a 'petite danseuse sauvage' with a decent voice to 'la grande diva magnifique'... I swear in all my life I have never seen, and probably never shall see again, such a spectacular singer and performer."