How to use Brescia in a sentence
From Brescia to Bergamo runs one of the best national highroads in Italy.
Brescia, like most Italian towns, is built on a hill top and is castle-crowned as becomes a medival burg.
Brescia housefronts are as gaily decorated as those of Nuremberg, many of them at least.
Arnold of Brescia, an Italian religious and political reformer and martyr of the twelfth century.
It was quite the thing for any one on their grand tour to visit Brescia, and bring back one of these famed weapons.Armour in England | J. Starkie Gardner
British Dictionary definitions for Brescia
a city in N Italy, in Lombardy: at its height in the 16th century. Pop: 187 567 (2001): Ancient name: Brixia (ˈbrɪksɪə)
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