- From Italian Pesaro. (Wiktionary)
“In one stroke, this marriage strengthened Federico's alliance with the Sforza in Pesaro and Milan, and gave Urbino direct access to the sea, cutting the lands of the Malatesta in half.”
“Federico, who was stationed in Pesaro, returned immediately to Urbino but was not permitted to enter the city to claim leadership until he had signed a constitutional agreement with the citizens.”
“Pesaro Rossini Opera Festival Aug. 10-23; www.rossinioperafestival.it”
“How different is it to view Titian's magnificent "Madonna di Ca' Pesaro" in Venice's grand Frari the Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari for which it was commissioned, compared with seeing the painter's even more dramatic "Crowning With Thorns" in the Louvre instead of, as it once was, in Milan's Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie?”
“Still in São Paulo, an article by sociologist and Municipal Assembly member Floriano Pesaro, posted on the Coisas de São Paulo blog [pt], discusses the case of street children forced to work by their parents.”
“A key catalyst in Bronzino's evolution was his trip in 1530 to Pesaro, on the eastern coast of Italy, where he worked on frescoes at the Duke of Urbino's Villa Imperiale.”
“Born from Pergola grapes (Pergola is in the Province of Pesaro and Urbino in the Marche region of Italy),”
“Alberto and Letizia come from the coastal town of Pesaro and there is definitely a breezy, summery shade in their jangly, noisy pop.”
“Pesaro Music "Rossini Opera Festival 2011" celebrates the music of Gioachino Rossini with performances including "The Barber of Seville," "Mosè in Egitto," "Adelaide of Burgundy" and others.”
“The whole process from hull improvement to the finishing flourishes of design and furnishing can take two-and-a-half years and involve around 100 experts, says Veronica Careri, director of CNP-Cantieri Navali di Pesaro, the super-yacht builder that worked on Ms. Ferretti's tugboat.”
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