- a seaport in NW Italy, on the Gulf of Genoa: treaties 1920, 1922.
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Rapallo, at the head of the bay, is a continuation of what has gone before.Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor Car
"A gentleman we got to know at Rapallo," said Diana, still smiling to herself.The Testing of Diana Mallory
Mrs. Humphry Ward
These elements would certainly object to the execution of that part of the Treaty of Rapallo which refers to the port of Baroš.
With all their guile and strength the Italians were endeavouring to avoid the execution of her Treaty of Rapallo.
The distance between Rapallo and my home up yonder is rather more than two miles.And Even Now
- a port and resort in NW Italy, in Liguria on the Gulf of Rapallo (an inlet of the Ligurian Sea): scene of the signing of two treaties after World War I. Pop: 29 159 (2001)
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