Ancona

capital of Ancona provincia and of Marche regione, in central Italy, on the Adriatic Sea on the farthest branch of the promontory that descends from ... [1 related articles]
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Ancona

The Ancona is a breed of Italian chicken, with an elongated appearance and black and white feathers and bright yellow legs. The Ancona chicken was intruduced to Britain during the 19th century and from there exported around the world. The Ancona has a fairly large, single comb and lays white-shelled eggs. They are active birds and excellent fliers....
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Ancona

Ancona (ängkô'nä) , city (1991 pop. 101,285), capital of Ancona prov., chief city of Marche region, central Italy, on a promontory in the Adriatic Sea. It is a leading Adriatic naval and commercial port, handling freight and passenger traffic to Greece and Croatia for much of cen...
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Ancona

(town) Italian city, naval base and ferry port; capital of Marche region, situated on the Adriatic Sea 140 km/87 mi northeast of Rome; population (2001) 100,500. There are shipbuilding, chemical, fishing, and engineering industries here. Ancona has a Romanesque cathedral and a form...
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