Este

[Málaga] Este (Spanish for East), also known as District 2 and Málaga-Este, is one of the 11 districts of the city of Málaga, Spain. It comprises de following wards (barrios): Baños del Carmen, Bellavista, Camino de Olías, Castillo de Santa Catalina, Cerrado de Calderón, Colinas del Limonar, Echeverría del Palo, El Candado, El Chanqu...
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Este

[woreda] Este was one of the 105 woredas in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Debub Gondar Zone, Este was bordered on the south by the Abay River which separated it from the Misraq Gojjam Zone, on the west by Dera, on the northwest by Fogera, on the north by Farta, on the northeast by Lay Gayint, and on the east by Simada; part of ...
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Este

Este (es'tā) , Italian noble family, rulers of Ferrara (1240–1597) and of Modena (1288–1796) and celebrated patrons of the arts during the Renaissance. Probably of Lombard origin, they took their name from the castle of Este, near Padua. They succeeded to the house of the Guelp...
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Este

Este is one of the most ancient and illustrious families of Italy. In the llth century the house of Este became connected by marriage with the German Welfs or Guelphs, and founded the German branch of the house of Este, the dukes of Brunswick and Hanover. The sovereigns of Ferrara and Modena were of this family, several of them being famous as patr...
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Este

Este, town (1991 pop. 17,668), in Venetia, NE Italy. It is an agricultural and light manufacturing center. The ancient Ateste, it was a center of civilization (10th–2d cent. B.C.) of which many important remains have been found. It was later a Roman military colony. The Este family originated ...
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Este

town and episcopal see, Veneto region, northern Italy. Este lies at the southern foot of the Colli (hills) Euganei southwest of Padua. Known in ...
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