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The Spezia (Italian: A Spèza " ("A Spèza" in the spezino dialect), at the top of the Gulf of La Spezia in the south of the Liguria area of northern Italy, is the provincial capitol of La Spezia. La Spezia is the second largest town in Liguria after Genoa in number of inhabitants.
Situated about halfway between Genoa and Pisa, on the Ligurian Sea, it is one of the most important ports for trade and industry in Italy and an important naval outpost. It is an important rail hub and is characterised by its museum, the Palio del Golfo and the rail and sea connections with the Cinque Terre.
La Spezia map (German, end of nineteenth century). The Spezia and its provinces have been inhabited since pre-historic time. From 1256 to 1273, La Spezia, the capitol of the short-lived Niccolò Fieschi Signoria, was unavoidably associated with Genoa's commotion. Following the collapse of the Serene Republic of Genoa, an autonomous state until 1797, La Spezia expanded, evolved and transformed, albeit in a similar way to the Ligurian capitol of Genoa.
Its name is Via del Pione and it takes its name from the word Pietron or big rock, in the regional accent of Pione, where once published messages were made. The Spezia evolved significantly after 1861, when the great navy stock there was ordered by the royalty. After the surrender of Italy to the Allies in September 1943, it was the harbour of departures of the navy when it was ordered to step into English control in Malta.
Germans were too slow to stop the fleets from leaving. In 1911, during the Great Depression, the Emperor Franz Joseph was one of the troop transport ships leaving La Spezia, a transatlantic ship that had been taken off from Trieste for the Lloyd Society of Austria, which had seized Italy in 1919. In 1944 it was submerged in the port of La Spezia.
In the aftermath of the Nazi occupation, La Spezia became the starting point for Nazi camp remnants. In the Hebrew Gate of Zion, after long storms, the Fede, Fenice and Komemiut vessels succeeded in evacuating all of them from the Golfo di La Spezia, so that La Spezia is named Shàar Zion on Israel charts.
Among them are an incorporation of the Virgin Mary by Andrea of Robbia, the multiplication of Giovanni Battista Casoni's bread and the martyrdom of St. Bartholomew by Luca Cambiaso. The Nostra Signora of the Scorza. The Genoese ruined it in 1273 and a new fortress, together with a new line of wall, was built by the La Spezia podium in 1371.
The Cinque Terre is a starting point for the towns of La Spezia, either by rail or by ship. An overall overview of the town, from the nearby hills to the town' s harbour. The Spezia has a bordering damp sub-tropical (Cfa) and Mediterranean environment (Csa), as only one week gets less than 40 millimeters (1. 6 in).
It is a place of great summer, wet and cool winter and very variable and wet autumn and spring months. Due to its geography, the town is not subject to the northerly but south-easterly gusts that cover the west of Liguria. Only northerly breeze reaches the town, the northeastern Grecale, which is widespread during Arctic invasions, when the cooler climate that flows across the warm Tirrenian Ocean causes the creation of low pressure and drains the cooler and heavier climate enclosed in the Po plain behind the Apennines.
Enea "La Spezia average weather". Today La Spezia is the most important marine navy bases in Italy and the home of the Armory and the basis for a navigational training centre. In 2002 the G. Marconi Univeristy moved to La Spezia. The Spezia is a partnership: "The coastal fortification of La Spezia". The Wikimedia Commons has a relationship to La Spezia.