city, southeastern Sicily, Italy. The city lies in the Hyblaei Hills above the gorge of the Irminio River, west of Syracuse. The old lower town of ...
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Ragusa (rägOO'zä) , city (1991 pop. 67,535), capital of Ragusa prov., SE Sicily, Italy. Refined petroleum and asphalt are produced in the city. Nearby is the site of the ancient town of Hybla Heraea.
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Ragusa: see Dubrovnik, Croatia.
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Ragusa`s notable wins included the St. Leger (the oldest of the Classic horseracing prizes), the Irish Derby, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, the Great Voltigeur Stakes, and the Eclipse Stakes. He was third in the Epsom Derby 1963 losing out to his great rival Relko. ...
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