How to use Lucca in a sentence
This unassuming deli in Lucca, open since 1865, is outstanding for the sheer selection of cured meats and cheeses from the region.
Since 1945, this salumi purveyor has been making local cured and pressed meat specialties traditional to the Lucca province.
Lucca is my favorite destination this time of year, and I go back often to see my friends and of course, my mama.
The oath of William Rufus, per vultum de Lucca, has raised conjectures as to its probable signification.A Cursory History of Swearing | Julian Sharman
Ugolino went to Lucca, and with her help in 1276 overcame his native city and forced her to receive again the exiles.
Certainly he plotted against him, sending his son Nerli to Lucca with orders to trap Castruccio and imprison him; which was done.
When Uguccione got to Lucca he found the city in an uproar, and the people demanding the release of Castruccio.
Bought off and thwarted in Lombardy, he came towards Lucca, which the Lucchesi exiles again offered to buy from him.
British Dictionary definitions for Lucca
a city in NW Italy, in Tuscany: centre of a rich agricultural region, noted for the production of olive oil. Pop: 81 862 (2001): Ancient name: Luca (ˈluːkə)
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