[fah-en-zuh; Italian fah-en-tsah]
- a city in N Italy, SE of Bologna.
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Cesare Borgia is lying at Faenza, and I could ride there in a day.
Might heaven please that he was even then on his way to Faenza.
But then, if it was Cesare, it could not be that he had seen Mariani, for he could not have ridden from Faenza.
Pressing rapidly on, the French arrived the same day at Faenza.
She had acquainted her father with her design, and he hoped, on his son-in-law's death, to become lord of Faenza.History Of Florence And Of The Affairs Of Italy
- a city in N Italy, in Emilia-Romagna: famous in the 15th and 16th centuries for its majolica earthenware, esp faïence. Pop: 53 641 (2001)
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