SANREMESE-GOZZANO 2-2 | 23ª giornata | Serie D girone A | 28/02/2021.
A.S.D. Varesina, also known as Varesina Calcio, is an Italian association football club located in Venegono Superiore, Lombardy. In Spring 2018, it played in Serie D, the top level of the Italian non-professional football association.
Quartiere Varesina is a small district, quartiere, of Milan, located in the suburban north-west part of the city. It belongs on the Zone 8 administrative division of the city.
The Varesina is a rare breed of domestic sheep from the province of Varese in Lombardy, in northern Italy. It originates from the area of Biandronno and Travedona; members of the breed have been identified in the comuni of Albizzate and Arcisate.
Varesina, meaning from or relating to Varese, may refer to:
Southwest Finland, directly translated as Finland Proper , is a region in the Southwest of Finland. It borders the regions of Satakunta, Pirkanmaa, Tavastia Proper (Kanta-Häme), Uusimaa, and Åland.
Varsinais-Suomi is the name of a geographical region in Finland which can refer to:
The Varsinais-Suomi constituency is a Finnish constituency. It covers the administrative region of Southwest Finland, with a population of 450,968 (as of 2002).
Varesino, Varesotto or Bosin is a dialect of Western Lombard language spoken in the Central province of Varese. The Northern side speaks more Ticinese than Bosin.
Vřesina is a village in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic. It has around 2,900 inhabitants and lies just outside the city of Ostrava.
Varsinaissuomalainen osakunta is one of the 15 student nations at the University of Helsinki, Finnish-speaking, established in 1906.
Gozzano may refer to:
Gozzano is a comune in the Province of Novara in the Italian region of Piedmont, located about 100 kilometres (62 mi) northeast of Turin and about 35 kilometres (22 mi) northwest of Novara. It has an area of 12.5 square kilometres (4.8 sq mi) and, on 31 December 2004, it had a population of 5,949.
This article is about the festival Gozan no Okuribi. For the sumo wrestler, see Daimonji Kenji.