Brindisi

Brindisi (; Sicilian: Brìnnisi; Latin: Brundisium) is a city in the Apulia region of Italy, the capital of the province of Brindisi, off the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Historically, the city has played an important role in commerce and culture, due to its position on the Italian Peninsula and its natural port on the Adriatic Sea. The city is a major port for trade with Greece and the Middle East. Brindisi has an active industry in agriculture, chemical and energy production.

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... He then played at semi-professional level for Serie D side Brindisi and Nardò until settled at Lamezia where he won Serie D runner-up and promotion playoffs ... In 2008 he was signed by league rival Gela and in 2009 by Apulia team Brindisi ... After Brindisi relegated, he joined Serie D club Isernia ...
Brindisi (music)
... A brindisi is a song in which a company is exhorted to drink, a drinking song ... Italian word may have been influenced by similar-sounding name of the Italian city of Brindisi, but otherwise the city and the term are etymologically unrelated ... The term brindisi is often used in opera ...
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... The first Count of Malta was Margerito de Brindisi, a sailor of Greek dissent or origin from the city of Brindisi (south Italy), who was granted the fief by Tancred of Lecce then King of Sicily, for his ... Margerito de Brindisi than lost his fiefs including Malta in 1194 when Henry VI Holy Roman Emperor took control of the kingdom by military invasion ...
Brindisi - International Relations - Twin Towns - Sister Cities
... Brindisi is twinned with Durrës, Albania Lushnje, Albania Patras, Greece Corfu, Greece Karadeniz Ereğli, Turkey Zonguldak, Turkey ...
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... Brindisi made his debut as a head coach with Club Alumni de Villa María in 1986 his next club was CSD Municipal of Guatemala, which he led to the Liga Nacional de Guatemala ... The next club team Brindisi took charge of was Barcelona Sporting Club in Ecuador where he lad the team to the national championship in 1989 and 1991 and to the Libertadores Cup finals in 1990 ... Brindisi took over at Club Atlético Independiente in the Primera division, he helped the club to win three titles Clausura 1994, Supercopa Sudamericana 1994 and Recopa Sudamericana 1995 ...