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 Modena - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Modena (Mòdna in Modenese dialect) is a city and a province on the south side of the Po valley, in Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
The territory around Modena (Roman Mutina, Etruscan Muoina) was inhabited by the Villanovans in the Iron Age, and later by Ligurian tribes, Etruscans, and the Gaulish Boii (the settlment itself being Etruscan).
Although the exact date of its foundation is unknown, it is known that it was already in existence in the 3rd century BC, for in 218 BC, during Hannibal's invasion of Italy, the Boii revolted and laid siege to the city.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Modena   (1280 words)

 AllRefer.com - Modena, Italy (Italian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
176,990), capital of Modena prov., Emilia-Romagna, N central Italy, on the Panaro River.
Modena became a free commune in the 12th cent.
The duchy of Modena, established in 1452, became the seat of the Este family after it lost (1598) Ferrara.
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 Info and facts on 'Modena'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Modena is the birthplace of the legendary operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti (Italian tenor (born in 1935)).
Modena is also well known in culinary circles for its production of balsamic vinegar (additional info and facts about balsamic vinegar).
Ten years later, on August 20, 1859, the representatives of Modena declared their territory part of the Kingdom of Italy (additional info and facts about Kingdom of Italy), a decision that was confirmed by the plebiscite of 1860.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/M/Mo/Modena.htm   (1091 words)

In the stuggle between the popes and Frederick II Modena was Ghibelline, and in conflict with the Guelph cities; nevertheless, it harboured a strong Guelph party, under the leadership of the Aigoni family, while the Ghibellines were led by the Grasolfi.
As Francesco II died without progeny (1658), Modena came into the possession of his uncle Rinaldo, a cardinal also, who married Carlotta of Brunswick, and after a reign frequently troubled by French incursions, left the ducal throne to his son Francesco III in 1737, when the latter was fighting against the Turks in Hungary.
Modena became the capital of the Cispadan, united later to the Cisalpine republic, and eventually was incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy.
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 Invest in Modena   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Modena is situated at the intersection of the two most important Italian highways: the Autostrada del Sole, connecting the north with central and southern Italy, and the Autostrada del Brennero, connecting Italy with northern Europe.
Modena is a provincial capital of the region of Emilia-Romagna.
Modena is also a 'motor city' and it boasts a great tradition in the field of sports and racing automobiles: Ferrari, Maserati, Bugatti, De Tomaso, and Qvale were all born and have flourished here in Modena.
www.investinmodena.comune.modena.it /e_cono_MO.html   (1685 words)

 1598-1998, Quarto centenario di Modena Capitale
Modena and Reggio Emilia are contemporaneously hosting two exhibitions dedicated to Adeodato Malatesta and artistic culture in Emilia in the XIX century.
Adeodato Malatesta Fiorano painter in Modena, Bologna, and Ferrara
It is possible to navigate in Modena’s past discovering the city of Francesco I and seeing the effect that the influx of the court had on the architecture, cultural, social, and religious life of the city.
www.comune.modena.it /capitale/imostre.htm   (1017 words)

 Modena F.C. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Modena F.C. is a football club based in Modena, Emilia-Romagna.
The club was formed in 1912 and currently plays in Italian Serie B, after being relegated from a two-year period in Serie A in 2004.
Modena F.C. is the only team to have won two editions (1981 and 1982) of the Anglo-Italian Cup.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Modena_F.C.   (129 words)

 2000 Ferrari 360 Modena Pictures and Specifications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The engineers' goal for the 360 Modena was 40% greater structural rigidity and a 28% reduction in weight from the F355, and these were achieved despite a 10% increase in overall dimensions.
Wheels and tires have been designed for the Modena with the goals of reducing aquaplaning and steering effort; the results of computer simulations prompted the adoption of smaller front tires (215/45 ZR18) and larger rear tires (275/40 ZR18) mounted on 7.5" and 10" wide wheels respectively.
The generous dimensions of the 360 Modena, especially its length and height, also allowed the design team to create a 4.2 cubic foot space behind the seats, large enough for a couple of suitcases or a golf bag, in addition to the front boot with its capacious 7.8 cubic feet of space.
www.fast-autos.net /ferrari/ferrari360.html   (1750 words)

 Phipps' Defence of Francis V, Duke of Modena
Nor was this profusion of educational resources confined to the city of Modena, for, on the contrary, it was spread proportionally throughout the Duchy.
Modena, like the majority of continental countries, did not and could not offer the outlets which England so exceptionally affords to men who have mistaken their walk in life, and accordingly these superfluous Doctors of Laws were forced to remain face to face starving or struggling for each other's bread.
Modena was a land vexed to the very last with Doctors of Laws, and as a matter of course, these lawyers without clients were extremely hungry; they were the eager abettors of any revolution, and provided its perjuries, calumnies, and conspiracies cheap.
www.jacobite.ca /documents/18610307a.htm   (7587 words)

 Encyclopedia: Modena   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Italian officers are trained at the Italian Military Academy, located in Modena, and partly housed in the Baroque ducal palace, begun by Francis I in 1635 from the designs of Avanzini, and finished by Francis Ferdinand V. The Biblioteca Estense houses historical volumes and 3000 manuscripts.
Modena F.C. is a football club based in Modena, Italy.
Mirandola is a city of Emilia-Romagna, Italy, in the province of Modena, 19 miles (31 km) northeast of it by railway, 59 ft....
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Modena   (971 words)

 JewishEncyclopedia.com - MODENA:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Although Jews were living in the territory of Modena as early as the year 1000, no reference to them as dwelling in the city itself occurs before 1450.
There, as in so many other places, they seem at first to have been bankers who established themselves in Modena with the approval of the dukes of Ferrara, and they were treated exactly like the other Jews in the duchy.
The Jews of Modena did not suffer to the same extent, therefore, as their coreligionists elsewhere, although they were subject to all the hardships of the ecclesiastical laws.
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=686&letter=M   (432 words)

 The Succession Laws of Modena
Modena, a town in northern Italy, was part of the Holy Roman Empire in the early Middle Ages, and among the estates of the counts of Tuscany of the Canossa family.
Modena was invaded by French troops in 1796; duke Ercole III fled on 7 May 1796, and a ceasefire was signed between the Modenese and French armies on 12 May 1796.
Modena was occupied again by the Austrians in June 1799, but evacuated a year later and the Republic was restored on 25 June 1800 after the battle of Marengo.
www.heraldica.org /topics/royalty/modena.htm   (4460 words)

 Ferrari North America - 360 Modena | Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The exclusive use of aluminum, a first for a Ferrari road car, has enabled Ferrari's engineers to reduce the 360 Modena's dry weight by 100 kg compared to the F355 despite rather more generous dimensions resulting in greater comfort and storage space.
The 360 Modena is the culmination of research and experimentation with the use of aluminum on everything from Formula 1 cars, to the 408 4RM prototype and the GT competition cars which were always fabricated in aluminum.
As a result, the 360 Modena is 0.8 of a second faster at 22.9 seconds over a kilometre from a standing start and has also cut nearly 3 seconds off its predecessor's lap time at the Fiorano track.
www.ferrariusa.com /360Modena/index.asp   (252 words)

Modena is located in Emilia-Romagna, a north-central region of Italy stretching over a fertile plane and flanking the Apennine Mountains.
With its 200,000 inhabitants, it is both tranquil and lively, a place where modernity and tradition meet and engage comfortably with one another.
Modena is located in quite a strategic position: it is very close and well connected with some well known cities like Milan, Venice, Verona, Florence, Bologna, Pisa, Siena, and other cities, maybe not as well know, but never the less beautiful and full of interesting things to see.
www.romanica.it /inglese/ing_modena.htm   (698 words)

 National Modena Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Modenas are a beautiful breed of Fancy Pigeons, originating in ITALY, from the town of Modena where they are still flying around.
The national Modena Club was formed in 1929 amalgamating the Southern and Scottish Clubs with the Modena Club to form one Club.
The Modena pigeon is a very popular bird and the Club is an active and enthusiastic group of Fanciers all hoping to breed the perfect specimen and win at the shows.
www.modena.free-online.co.uk   (638 words)

 The Pigeon Cote Presents the Modena   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Modena was originally used for kit flying.
In 1328 there was an statue in Modena, detailing the competion flying rules, for this breed.
The Modena has changed considerably over the years and is now stricktly a show pigeon.
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 Wetice 2004: Location & Travel
Modena is a nice city in the Padana plain, where people appreciate good food, culture and entertainment.
The Cathedral of Modena is one of the most important monuments of the Romanesque in Europe, both in its architecture and in its decorations, as we can now appreciate fully thanks to the recent restoration.
Carpi is 20 kms north from Modena and the biggest town in the province after Modena.
www.agentgroup.unimo.it /wetice04/location.html   (1064 words)

 ESPN.com Soccernet Column by Roberto Gotta: This is the Modena world
In the truest possible underdog fashion, Modena were a Serie C1 team only two years ago, and in the news for the wrong reasons, when one of their players nearly died after being punched by an opponent outside the dressing room following a game at Como.
Five of them are still regular or part-time starters, which in Italy is as rare as any coach actually admitting his team lost a game deservedly and not because of obscure machinations by men in shades and white coats (or fl jerseys and shorts and a whistle between their lips, as it is).
Modena do not score many goals (ten in nine games, three of them in the win at Atalanta), but their defence has been solid, anchored by business-like central defender Roberto Cevoli.
www.soccernet.com /columns/2002/1115/20021115featgotta.html   (827 words)

 The Unofficial Modena Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
At a cost of $25,000 a water purifying plant was constructed at the Modena mill which, it was claimed, returned water to the Brandywine purer than when it was removed.
In November 1963 a tour through the Modena Mill with the able and genial Mill Manager, Dr. Horace B. Faber, as guide showed that the plant was seeking to meet the challenge of an ever changing scene by the installation of more efficient equipment and the constant improvement in the quality of its products.
When visiting the Modena paper mill in the autumn of 1963 it was learned that this mill continued to have a water right to water from the Dennis Run and that it had equipment to pump water from it to the Modena plant.
www.chesco.com /~jsgraves/modena/modena.html   (4832 words)

 Modena Home Page
Modena is the world leader in Java testing.
Modena's Test++ suite is the premier C++ compiler validation suite on the market today, used by all major C++ compiler vendors.
Modena's OPT++ suite is the first and only test suite in the world designed specifically to test C++ compiler optimizers.
modena.us   (120 words)

 Metternich on Modena, 1831
At Modena the government was informed of a conspiracy directed against the person of the Duke; he was warned that the plot was to be carried into effect on Thursday, February 5, and precautionary measures were in consequence taken.
The Duke of Modena could count upon the devotion and fidelity of the troops, and accordingly, after having garrisoned the citadel with a force strong enough to guard it from surprise, his Royal Highness sent forward a detachment of dragoons and pioneers, who silently surrounded the house.
Modena, which had kept tranquil after the departure of the Duke, was again thrown into revolt by a Bolognese troop led by Count Pepoli.
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 Invest in Modena   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The City of Modena, in cooperation with other local agencies, has selected a number binding specifications by which to select the buyer to whom the development of the area will be entrusted.
The City of Modena is seeking investors interested in building and managing the new Palazzo della Formazione di Modena—Modena’s Professional- and Job-Training Center.
It is destined to change the face of a large slice of Modena, hitherto separated from the rest of the city by the railroad tracks.
www.investinmodena.comune.modena.it /e_opportunity.html   (700 words)

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The Santec Modena faucet line features a high arc gooseneck spout with either TD curved lever handles or the TX cross handles.
The Modena 3520 is $273 in polished chrome.
Most Modena faucets are available with either the curved lever handles or the 3-spoked cross handles.
www.ikitchenbath.com /modena.htm   (94 words)

 Modena --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Modena was the Mutina of the Boii, a Celtic people, and was subdued by the Romans about 218
Modena was the Mutina of the Boii, a Celtic people, and was subdued by the Romans about 218 BC, becoming a Roman colony on the Via Aemilia in 183 BC.
Details of the 1996 Luciano Pavarotti concert at Modena, Italy, the proceeds of which went to the children of Bosnia.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9053142?tocId=9053142   (636 words)

 Modena Mode
Modena is a flat city, so one rarely needs to work up a sweat.
The old gents of Modena are past masters of this, and given their age, it must work.
Recently the council was involved in a year long study of electrically assisted bikes and trikes for use as commuter vehicles, to cut down on pollution in the city.
www.bikereader.com /contributors/darlow/modena.html   (1185 words)

 WHKMLA : History of Modena, 1814-1860
In 1814 the Duchy of Modena was reestablished, Duke Francesco IV., son of Maria Beatrice d'Este and Archduke Ferdinand of Habsburg-Lorraine, founded the Habsburg Este Line.
In 1846 he was succeeded by his son Francesco V. In 1852 the diocesis of Modena was elevated archdiocesis.
Yet a patriotic provisional government took charge; Modena was annexed by Piemont-Sardinia in March 1860.
www.zum.de /whkmla/region/italy/modena181460.html   (214 words)

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