Team, Place & City Details

Taranto F.C. 1927

Taranto Football Club 1927, commonly referred to as Taranto FC or Taranto, is a semiprofessional Italian football club, based in Taranto, Apulia. Founded in 1927 by the union of two pioneering clubs, Taranto currently plays in Serie D, the 4th level of Italian Football.

Taranto Cras Basket

Taranto Cras Basket is an Italian women's basketball club from Taranto. Cras is an acronym from Centro Ricreativo d'Attività Sportive.

Gravina

Gravina may refer to:

Gravina Island Bridge

The Gravina Island Bridge, commonly referred to as the "Bridge to Nowhere", was a proposed bridge to replace the ferry that currently connects the town of Ketchikan, Alaska, United States, with Gravina Island, an island that contains the Ketchikan International Airport as well as 50 residents. The bridge was projected to cost $398 million.

Gravina Island
Gravina Island

Gravina Island is an island in the Gravina Islands of the Alexander Archipelago in southeastern Alaska. It is 21 miles long and about 9.5 miles (15.3 km) wide, with a land area of 94.81 square miles (245.6 km2).

Gravina Islands

The Gravina Islands are part of the Alexander Archipelago in southeast Alaska. They are bounded by the Clarence Strait on the west and the Revillagigedo Channel on the east.

Gravina in Puglia
Gravina in Puglia

Gravina in Puglia is a town and comune of the Metropolitan City of Bari, Apulia, southern Italy. The word gravina comes from the Latin grava or from the messapic graba, with the meaning of rock, shaft and erosion of bank river.

Gravina Museum of Fine Arts
Gravina Museum of Fine Arts

Gravina Museum of Fine Arts is a museum in the city of Alicante, Spain, located in the Palacio del Conde de Lumiares, a four floor building constructed between 1748 and 1808 and declared a historical monument. The museum is devoted to painting and sculpture of Alicante from the sixteenth century to the early decades of the twentieth century.

Gravina Island Highway

The Gravina Island Highway is a 3.2-mile-long gravel highway located on Gravina Island, in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska. The highway was part of a project that would connect Gravina Island, specifically, the Ketchikan International Airport, to the city of Ketchikan.