[fuh-rahr-uh; Italian fer-rah-rah]
- a city in N Italy, near the Po River: medieval university and cathedral.
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The area between Ferrara and Bologna has had 800 aftershocks since the May 20 earthquake, which is worrying to seismologists.The Italian Town Devastated by an Earthquake Last Week Is Struck a Second Time
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Usually, the weaving eloquence of Ferrara's filmmaking suffices to draw one in.Trailer Park
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"Love in Ferrara," said Angioletto, and stroked Bellaroba's hair.
Chioggia to Ferrara, by the road they would go, is a handsome fifty miles.
She needed her bearings; did this apparent hero know Ferrara?
It was not his fault that Ferrara too was not added to the dominions of the Church.
The tournaments at Ferrara in 1464 are mentioned in the Diario Ferrar.
- a city in N Italy, in Emilia–Romagna: a centre of the Renaissance under the House of Este; university (1391). Pop: 130 992 (2001)
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