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

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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Ajaccio

town, capital of Corse-du-Sud d├ępartement, Corsica r├ęgion, France, and Mediterranean port, on the west coast of the island of Corsica. Napoleon`s ... [1 related articles]
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