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Tuscany — • A division of central Italy, includes the provinces of Arezzo, Florence, Grosseto, Livorno, Massa and Carrara, Pisa, and Siena Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Tuscany Tuscany … Catholic encyclopedia
TUSCANY — TUSCANY, region in central Italy. No information on Jews in Tuscany during the Roman era is available but it is likely that a Jewish community existed then at least in florence . The first reliable data comes from benjamin of tudela who found… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Tuscany — [tus′kə nē] region of central Italy, formerly a grand duchy: 8,878 sq mi (22,994 sq km); pop. 3,530,000; chief city, Florence: It. name TOSCANA … English World dictionary
Tuscany — Infobox Region of Italy name = Tuscany fullname = Regione Toscana isocode = capital = Florence status = Region governor = Claudio Martini ( Democratic Party ) zone = CNorthern Italy province = 10 municipality = 287 arearank = 5th area = 22,990… … Wikipedia
Tuscany — /tus keuh nee/, n. a region in W central Italy: formerly a grand duchy. 3,578,814; 8879 sq. mi. (22,995 sq. km). Italian, Toscana. * * * Italian Toscana Region (pop., 2001 prelim.: 3,460,835), west central Italy. It covers 8,877 sq mi (22,992 sq… … Universalium
Tuscany — Tus|ca|ny an area of north central Italy which is famous for its wine and for its beautiful old cities such as Pisa, Siena, and its capital city, Florence. Tuscany is a popular place for ↑middle class British people to go on holiday … Dictionary of contemporary English
Tuscany — or Italian Toscana geographical name region NW central Italy bordering on Ligurian & Tyrrhenian seas capital Florence area 8876 square miles (22,989 square kilometers), population 3,560,582 … New Collegiate Dictionary
Tuscany — noun /ˈtʌskəni/ A region in Italy located north of Latium, and south of Emilia Romagna. See Also: Tuscan … Wiktionary
TUSCANY — (2,274), a department of Italy, formerly a grand duchy, lies S. and W. of the Apennines, fronting the Tyrrhenian Sea on the W.; mountainous in the N. and E., but otherwise consisting of fertile dale and plain, in which the vine, olive, and… … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Tuscany — англ. = Toscana … Англо-русский толковый словарь "Вино"