Arezzo

(town) Town in Tuscany, Italy, 80 km/50 mi southeast of Florence; population (2001) 91,600. Originally an Etruscan settlement, Arezzo is an important market for agricultural and animal products from the fertile surrounding districts, and trades in textiles and clothing, shoes, olive oi...
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Arezzo

Arezzo (äret'tsō) , city (1991 pop. 91,626), capital of Arezzo prov., Tuscany, central Italy. It is an agricultural trade center and has machine, clothing, gold, and jewelry industries. Arezzo was an Etruscan town, later became a Roman military station and colony, and was made (11th c...
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Arezzo

city, Toscana (Tuscany) regione, north-central Italy, in a fertile plain near the confluence of the Chiana and Arno rivers southeast of Florence. An ... [4 related articles]
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