Live Here::https://sport.officialmultymedia.com/ab The Biella Club Basketball team has a Italy Serie A2, Playout conference game vs. NPC Rieti on 20 June,2021.
Highlights Gara 2 Kienergia Rieti vs Edilnol Biella. Serie A2, playout.
Playout Gara 2 Kienergia Rieti - Edilnol Biella 86-75 Conferenza stamoa Coach Squarcina Edilnol Biella.
Conferenza GARA 1 Kienergia Rieti - Edilnol Biella 70-74 Playout.
Conferenza stampa coach Rossi Novipiù JB Monferrato vs Kienergia Rieti 86-84 03 maggio 2021.
Biella ; Piedmontese: Biela; Latin: Bugella) is a small city and comune in the northern Italian region of Piedmont, the capital of the province of the same name, with a population of 44,324 as of 31 December 2017. It is located about 80 kilometres (50 miles) northeast of Turin and about 80 kilometres (50 miles) west-northwest of Milan.
The Biella Synagogue is an early 17th-century synagogue in Biella, Italy. The synagogue occupies the top floor of a medieval house at Vicolo del Bellone 3, in the heart of the historic Jewish quarter.
Biella San Paolo railway station is the main station serving the town and comune of Biella, in the Piedmont region, northwestern Italy. It is the junction of the Biella–Novara and Santhià–Biella railways.
Biella Nuei is a Spanish folk music group from Aragón.
BiellaForum is an indoor sporting arena located in Biella, Italy. The capacity of the arena is for 5,707 people and was opened in February 2009.
Biella-Cerrione Airport is an airport in Cerrione, Italy, near Biella, that specialises in general aviation. The operator of the airport was Società Aeroporto di Cerrione (SACE), which was owned by Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Biella, Tecno Holding and other investors.
Biella Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Biella, Piedmont, Italy, dedicated to Saint Stephen. It is the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Biella.
The Biella–Novara railway is a regional railway line of Piedmont in Italy, that connects Biella to Novara railway node for Milano and Alessandria, serving some countries of the province of Vercelli and Novara.
The Biella funicular is a funicular railway in the city of Biella, Piedmont, Italy. It connects a lower station on Via Curiel, in the city's Biella Piano quarter, with an upper station on Via Avogadro in the city's medieval Biella Piazzo quarter.The funicular first opened in December 1885, and was initially operated by water counterbalance.
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