Campo Formio

[ kahm-paw -fawr-myaw ]
/ ˈkɑm pɔ ˈfɔr myɔ /

noun

a village in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, in NE Italy, NW of Trieste: treaty between Austria and France 1797.

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Modern name Cam·po·for·mi·do [kahm-paw-fawr-mee-daw]. /ˈkɑm pɔˈfɔr mi dɔ/.
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Campo Formio
/ (Italian ˈkampo ˈfɔrmjo) /

noun

a village in NE Italy, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia: scene of the signing of a treaty in 1797 that ended the war between revolutionary France and AustriaModern name: Campoformido (kampoˈfɔrmido)
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