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Madonne con Bambino, putti e presepi; paesaggi delle Dolomiti o motivi di caccia e per finire soggetti fantastici. I legni usati sono tantissimi: Belluno e gemellato con: Vanta edifici di grande interesse artistico come la cappella degli Scrovegni e il Palazzo della Ragione. Gli stabilimenti industriali sono tutti concentrati alla periferia metallurgici e meccanici, distillerie, fibre tessili, prodotti chimici. Padova costituisce anche un importante centro commerciale. Vi si tengono numerose mostre di prodotti diversi e, annualmente, la Fiera Campionaria Internazionale.

Nel piano superiore, accanto alle sale ognuna arredata in modo differente sala egizia, ercolana, greca, rinascimentale ecc. Proprio per questa ragione i primi Orti botanici vennero denominati Giardini dei Semplici ovvero Horti simplicium. Oggi possiamo osservare, invece, solo 78 statue con 8 piedistalli sormontati da obelischi e 2 vuoti. Nel XIV secolo fu acquistata dagli Scrovegni, ricca famiglia padovana di banchieri e usurai, che qui nel vi fecero erigere il loro palazzo.

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Rita da Cascia, S. Zenone in Borsea, S. Maria Assunta in Grignano Polesine, S. Come primi piatti troviamo: Non vi sono DOC tra i vini prodotti nella provincia. INDUSTRIE - Sono medie e piccole imprese e riguardano prevalentemente i settori agro-alimentare tra cui molti zuccherifici meccanico, del legno, tessileabbigliamento, costruzioni e materiali per costruzioni. San Liberale di Treviso - Festa Patronale: Di origine romana, Tarvisium fu fondata probabilmente nel I secolo a.

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I pregiati marmi veronesi delle sue gradinate, infatti, sono stati spesso nei secoli usati come materiale di reimpiego. Gli agenti atmosferici e il terremoto del XII sec. Lasciato alle spalle il ponte, si arriva ai piedi della collina su cui si adagia il Teatro Romano.

Le sue gradinate in pietra bianca appoggiano in gran parte sul pendio naturale o sono, altrimenti, sostenute dai muri radiali. Edificata sui resti di una precedente basilica paleocristiana, venne consacrata nel da Papa Urbano III e dedicata a santa Maria Assunta. Presso la Casa di Giulietta, a n. Castel San Pietro fu, infatti, fatto costruire da Giangaleazzo Visconti nel e poi fatto saltare nel dai soldati francesi in ritirata. Solo nel gli Austriaci rasero al suolo le rovine di quel castello, per costruirvi nel e il - la caserma che ancor oggi domina questo luogo.


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  6. Le attuali strutture romaniche sono dovute principalmente alle modifiche attuate nel XII sec. Venne ideato nel e, come altri giardini del periodo, abbina deliberatamente artificio e natura: Page 34 - Alberta consentiva il collegamento con la strada per il Tirolo. La piazza nasce nel medioevo dallo sviluppo dei palazzi scaligeri, ed assunse fin da subito funzioni politiche, amministrative e di rappresentanza.

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    Madonna di Monte Berico - Festa Patronale: Insediamento paleoveneto, Vicenza ebbe cittadinanza romana nel 49 a. Occupata successivamente dagli eruli e poi dagli ostrogoti , nel divenne ducato longobardo. La prima rappresentazione, fu la tragedia di Sofocle Edipo Re, andata in scena il 13 marzo La cappella Porto conserva la tomba di Luigi da Porto morto nel , autore del drama Giulietta e Romeo ripreso poi da Shakespeare per la sua opera teatrale.

    Tra i dipinti da ricordare: Fu decorato da Lorenzo Rubini. La basilica e la sua cupola, costruite nel XV secolo e ingrandite nel XVlll, sono dedicate alla Vergine che apparve qui durante la peste del — 28 per annunciare che Vicenza sarebbe stata risparmiata. Il complesso - formato da palazzina, foresteria e scuderia. Queste statue sono probabilmente opera dello scultore Francesco ILiaco, su disegno di Giandomenico Tiepolo. Venne costruita dalla famiglia Carnaroli nel XII secolo. Nel fu incendiata da alcuni malfattori che volevano distruggere le prove a loro carico.

    Nel tratto vicentino ha un andamento ricco di meandri e anse mentre nel tratto padovano presenta una fisionomia differente. Era la dimora di Antonio Pigafetta, navigatore vicentino che tenne il diario di bordo durante la storica circumnavigazione del globo di Ferdinando Magellano, che qui nacque e vi trascorse quasi tutta la sua vita.

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    Sgusciare le uova e frullarle con aceto, olio, sale e pepe fino ad ottenere una salsa cremosa. Servire gli asparagi con la salsa. Conditelo con pochissimo olio extra vergine. Mettete sul fuoco una grande griglia di ghisa e scaldatela bene. Ponetevi sopra il radicchio e grigliate minuti per parte. Servite come contorno oppure con polenta tostata sulla stessa griglia.

    Oggigiorno dopo miglioramenti continui si possono dividere le grappe in cinque categorie: Le palme e i pesci fossili si trovano oggi nel museo geologico. Aggiungetevi le acciughe pulite, diliscate e dissalate senza lavarle, quindi mescolate e insaporite con una macinata di pepe.

    Lasciatela cuocere al punto giusto, scolatela, riversatela in una zuppiera e conditela con la salsa, mescolando bene. Coprite con abbondante acqua fredda, salate e lasciate cuocere lentamente per due ore e mezza. Versate nelle scodelle e lasciate intiepidire. Se volete, aggiungete anche una cucchiaiata di parmigiano. Scottare in acqua bollente le cotenne, raschiarle e tagliarle a strisce. In una pentola possibilmente di coccio, mettere tutti gli ingredienti con le verdure tagliate a tocchi, il lardo pestato e le foglie di alloro intere.

    Coprirle con abbondante acqua fredda, salarle, aggiungere qualche grano di pepe e cuocerle a fuoco molto basso per parecchie ore almeno tre. La minestra va servita calda o tiepida ottima riscaldata con una buona macinata di pepe nero, senza aggiunta di olio. Aggiungere il riso; appena tostato, unire il radicchio e fare insaporire. Mescolare spesso, versare il brodo a mestoli, lasciando assorbire ogni volta. Qualche minuto prima di ultimare la cottura, regolare di sale e pepe e incorporare il trito di prezzemolo e aglio.

    Servirlo in piatti caldi, decorando, a piacere, con foglie di radicchio. Bagnate con il loro inchiostro e il vino e lasciate evaporare. Tagliate a listerelle la trippa. In una casseruola soffriggete il lardo e la cipolla con il burro, unite la trippa e un rametto di rosmarino e lasciate insaporire. In ogni scodella mettete due fettine di pane e versate la trippa e il suo sugo; spolverate con abbondante parmigiano grattugiato.

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    Risiera di San Sabba Slovene: The cremation facilities, the only ones built inside a concentration camp in Italy, were installed by Erwin Lambert, and were destroyed before the camp was liberated. Today, the former concentration camp operates as a civic museum. During World War II, German occupation forces in Trieste used the building to transport, detain and exterminate prisoners.

    The 16th Infantry Division of the German Army was formed in On 26 August the division was mobilized for the invasion of Poland It participated in the Battle of France in The division was then split, resulting in two independent units: The latter, from onward, combined with other non 16th elements, was known as the th Panzer Division. A kampfgruppe of 16th Panzer Division, led by Count Strachwitz, reached the outskirts of Stalingrad on 23 August , brushing aside the sole Soviet defences, anti-aircraft guns manned by female factory workers[1] possibly the th Anti-Aircraft Regiment.

    The 16th Panzer Division was encircled and ultimately destroyed at Stalingrad during the winter of — According to his own statements, he participated in the evacuation of the Monte Cassino monastery at the end of prior to the Battle of Monte Cassino. It was organized along standard lines for a German infantry division.

    It was non-motorised and relied on horse-drawn wagons for its mobility. The unit carried the nickname Grenadierkopf. The 23rd Infantry participated in the invasion of Poland in as part of the reserve component of the 4th Army. The division was commanded by Walter Graf von Brockdorff-Ahlefeldt and consisted of the 9th, 67th, and 68th infantry regiments.

    It then served occupation duties in the west until mid, whereupon it transferred to I Machine gun position in Sicily It was not long before it saw action again, this time in Sicily. As the Germans retreated from western Sicily as a result of the Allied invasion, code-named Operation Husky , they halted and began setting up defences in the vicinity of the town of Troina along Highway , perched high on the hilltops.

    This was to become a linchpin of the Etna Line. A six-day battle ensued from August 1—6, , at the end of which, fearing encirclement, the 15th Panzergrenadier retreated down Highway toward Cesaro and later Messina to be evacuated from the island. The division played a major role in most of the actions against the British Eighth Army in the Western Desert Campaign and eventually surrendered to the Allies in the final stages of the Tunisia Campaign in May It was re-constituted later in and deployed to Sardinia and when the expected Allied invasion of Sardinia failed to materialise, the division was moved to Italy.

    It was engaged in actions against the Allies in Italy from to September when the division was listed as "destroyed" south of Bologna.

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    History German infantryman seeking protection from desert dust: The planned division was intended for deployment to Africa to re-balance, and add infantry troops to the DAK deployed in the Wes It drew its men from prisoners of war or refugees who came from the Caucasus and from Turkic lands further east. History The nd Turkistan Division was formed in May and comprised five Azeri and six Turkistani artillery and infantry units.

    The division was sent, in October , to northern Italy. In June the division was assigned to combat in Italy but was withdraw due to poor performance. For the remainder of the war, the division fought the Italian resistance movement near Spezia and the Val di Taro in Italy. Before the Italian surrender, Italy and the Italian occupation zones in Greece, France and Yugoslavia had been places of relative safety for local Jews and European Jewish refugees.

    This changed in September , however, when German forces occupied the country, installed a puppet regime and immediately began persecuting and deporting the Jews found there. Italy had a pre-war Jewish population of 40, but, through evacuation and refugees, this number increased during the war.

    Of the estimated 50, Jews living in Italy before September , some 8, died during the Holocaust, while 40, survived. In this, the Italian police and Fascist militia played an integral role as the Germans' accessories. While most Italian concentration camps were polic The th Infantry Division designated Formation The th Infantry Division was part of the 13th wave of Wehrmacht mobilizations October through November Infanterie-Regiment was disbanded on the 21st of December, due to the Divisions inability to maintain three line regiments, and its constituent Bataillone were redistributed to the Divisions remaining Infanterie Regiments.

    The remnants of the Division surrendered in the norther Jurisdictional Immunities of the State Germany v. Greece Intervening was a case concerning the extent of state immunity before the International Court of Justice. The case was brought by Germany after various decisions by Italian courts to ignore the state immunity of Germany when confronted with claims against Germany by victims of Nazi-era war crimes.

    The court found that Italy was wrong to ignore German immunity, and found that Italy was obligated to render the decisions of its courts against Germany without effect. The substance of the facts were not disputed by Germany. A number of international agreements and measures had been passed which purported to waive the claims of the victims involved, or make reparations. Biography In , he was a member of the Freikorps, fighting against both the Weimar Republic and communists. In he became a member of the Schutzstaffel SS member , During to , Saevecke was head of the Gestapo and the Italian fascist police in Milan.

    During his time he was responsible for the deportation of at least Italian Jews to extermination camps. It was redesignated as the 20th Police Regiment in mid before it received the SS title in early , but it never became part of the Waffen-SS, and retained its existing organization and strength. Formation and organization Police Regiment Bohemia was created shortly after the occupation of Czechoslovakia in March Assigned were six battalions numbered I through VI, although they were renumbered in the series in October.

    Some of these were transferred elsewhere and only partially replaced so that the regiment had five battalions in early , Police Battalions Polizei-Batallion 32, , , , and All of these units were transferred to Russia after Operation Barbarossa in June and gradually replaced The 94th Infantry Division German: History Formation and the west campaign The 94th Infantry Division was raised in September as part of the fifth wave from men of Military District number 4 Wehrkreis 4 , which comprised Saxony and Thuringia.

    The division was then sent to the Saarland in December, should the French invade.

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    The division then aided the 6th Army in their border-crossing the following year. However; until October , the 94th was assigned to the occupied Ukraine. Believing that his privileged position would be restored after the war, Ovazza stayed on after the Germans marched into Italy. Together with his wife and children, he was killed near the Swiss border by SS troops in , shortly after the collapse of Mussolini's government during World War II. Early life and family He was born, one of three brothers, to the Ovazza family, a wealthy and influential Jewish banking family based in Turin.

    They were one of the leading banking families in Italy. His father and his three brothers voluntarily enlisted to fight in the First World War. The family was well integrated into Italian high society, while they followed Jewish traditions such as celebrating Passover. His father served as the leader of the Turinese Jewish community. World War I Ettore Ovazza studied law at university and then travelled to Germany with a view to a diplomatic career. At the outbreak of World War Simon was one of the first members of the SS in the early s.

    After the war, Simon was convicted for his role in the Marzabotto massacre. Early career Simon was born in Breslau. In he joined the army and served in the 11th Division. At the end of the war he joined the Freikorps in Silesia and fought against the Polish forces. His unit was later incorporated into the Reichswehr as the 16th Cavalry Regiment and Simon was promoted to Unterfeldwebel.

    Throughout its existence as a battalion, division and brigade, it was primarily involved in fighting partisans in the Karst Plateau on the frontiers of Yugoslavia, Italy, and Austria; the mountainous terrain required specialised mountain troops and equipment. Founded in as a company, the unit consisted mainly of Yugoslav Volksdeutsche and recruits from South Tyrol. Although focused on anti-partisan operations, it also saw action in the wake of the Italian surrender when it moved to dis Dubbed the "Beast of Bolzano", he was convicted in absentia in by a military tribunal in Verona, Italy, on nine counts of murder, committed while he was an SS guard at the Bolzano Transit Camp, northern Italy.

    He was sentenced to life in prison and extradited on 17 February , from Canada to Italy. His crimes involved actions taken in a prison camp in Bolzano from to At his trial, witnesses accused him of leaving a prisoner to starve to death, raping and killing a pregnant woman, and gouging an inmate's eyes out. Palazzo Cesi-Gaddi war crimes archive. Sasha Alexander Galkin, jr. Campi di concentramento fascisti Archived July 22, , at the Wayback Machine. Venti mesi al massacro , retrieved February 2, Cefalonia, il viaggio di Ciampi per la strage dimenticata.

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