Top 10 similar words or synonyms for orbassano

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Orbassano Orbassano borders the following municipalities: Turin, Rivoli, Rivalta di Torino, Beinasco, Nichelino, Volvera, Candiolo, None.
Orbassano By the end of the first millennium, Orbassano was among the lands of the Margrave of Susa, but in 1029 it found itself sold by Manfredi to the new Abbey of San Giusto in Susa. Shortly thereafter, in 1035, some of the land came into the possession of the Diocese of Turin. In the twelfth century Orbassano came under the control of its northern neighbours the Lords of Rivalta, the Orsini family.
Orbassano Orbassano is a "comune" (municipality) in the Province of Turin in the Italian region Piedmont, located about southwest of Turin. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 21,667 and an area of .
Orbassano The most famous local is Sonia Gandhi, who was raised here, although she was born in Lusiana, near Vicenza.
Orbassano The known origins of the city date back to the Roman conquest of Cisalpine Gaul, evidenced by two Imperial era tombstones found here in the second half of the nineteenth century.
None, Piedmont None borders the following municipalities: Orbassano, Volvera, Candiolo, Piobesi Torinese, Airasca, Castagnole Piemonte, and Scalenghe.
Nichelino Nichelino borders the following municipalities: Turin, Orbassano, Beinasco, Moncalieri, Candiolo, and Vinovo.
Rivoli, Piedmont Rivoli borders the following municipalities: Turin, Pianezza, Caselette, Alpignano, Collegno, Rosta, Grugliasco, Villarbasse, Rivalta di Torino, Orbassano.
Turin Metro A 4 stations extension is planned to cover suburbs of Beinasco and Orbassano and to reach terminus "Pasta di Rivalta" in the city of Rivalta di Torino.
Giuseppe Giacinto Moris Giuseppe Giacinto Moris (25 April 1796, Orbassano – 18 April 1869, Turin) was an Italian botanist known for investigations of flora native to Sardinia.