Ajaccio

town, capital of Corse-du-Sud département, Corsica région, France, and Mediterranean port, on the west coast of the island of Corsica. Napoleon`s ... [1 related articles]
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Ajaccio

Ajaccio (äyät'chō) , town (1990 pop. 59,952), capital of Corse-du-Sud dept., France, on the Isle of Corsica. A year-round tourist attraction, Ajaccio also has manufacturing, fishing, timbering, shipping, and fruit-growing industries. Its present site was established by Genoese co...
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Ajaccio

Capital and second-largest port of the French island of Corsica; population (1990) 59,300. Founded by the Genoese in 1492, it was the birthplace of Napoleon; it has been French since 1768
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Ajaccio

Ajaccio (Adiacium; Ajaccio, aʒaksjo; Aiacciu aˈjattʃu; Ajaccio, aˈjattʃo), is a French commune, prefecture of the department of Corse-du-Sud, and head office of the Collectivité territoriale de Corse (capital city of Corsica). It is also the largest settlement on the island. Napoleon Bonaparte was born in Ajaccio in 1769 in the Casa Buonapar...
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Ajaccio

The same after the birthplace Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) named appellation lies on the west coast of the French island of Corsica . The vineyards cover 200 hectares of vineyards granithaltigem ground within a few tens of kilometers around the capital of the department of Corse-du-Sud. Mainly produced red wines (60%) and roses are blended from a...
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