Boccaccio

[crater] Boccaccio is a crater on Mercury. It has a diameter of 142 kilometers. Its name was adopted by the International Astronomical Union in 1976. Boccaccio is named for the Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio, who lived from 1313 to 1375. ...
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Boccaccio

[nightclub] Boccaccio was a nightclub in Destelbergen, near Ghent, Belgium. The club is known being the breeding ground for New Beat. It was a diamond shaped venue which was crowded at the time, with people from all over Europe wanting to hear this kind of new music. Based on electronic body music but played very slow. Popular formations `b...
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Boccaccio

[operetta] The opera was first performed at the Carltheater, Vienna, on 1 February 1879. An English translation was done by Oscar Weil and Gustav Hinrichs around 1883. ==Roles and role creators == ==Synopsis== In early-Renaissance Florence, the erotic novellas of the poet Boccaccio cause a stir and the locals are divided into the female fan...
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