[mon-zuh; Italian mawn-tsah]
- a city in N Italy, NNE of Milan.
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Examples from the Web for monza
I would see Dmitri most often, when he visited his mother from Monza, in the corridor of the Montreux Palace.Remembering Dmitri Nabokov, the Novelist’s Son and Literary Executor
May 10, 2012
He recalled him, and threw him without trial into the dungeons of the Forni at Monza.New Italian sketches
John Addington Symonds
The count's servant assured them that his master had left the city for Monza.
The next day at eleven at Farugino's, the barber's, in Monza.
General Schoneck was at Monza, and might arrange the matter for them both.
Milan and Monza may be disregarded because we have already dealt with the work there.Bernardino Luini
- a city in N Italy, northeast of Milan: the ancient capital of Lombardy; scene of the assassination of King Umberto I in 1900; motor-racing circuit. Pop: 120 204 (2001)
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