Who owns Brescia FC?
|Full name||Brescia Calcio S.p.A.|
|Ground||Stadio Mario Rigamonti, Brescia, Italy|
Who played for Brescia?
Squad Brescia Calcio
|1||Jesse Joronen Goalkeeper||29|
|12||Simone Perilli Goalkeeper||27|
|22||Lorenzo Andrenacci Goalkeeper||27|
|33||Paolo Prandini Goalkeeper||18|
Who are Brescia rivals?
Its key rival is Atalanta of Bergamo and, as a result, Brescia enjoys a ‘gemellaggio’ – a twinning of ultras – with AC Milan fans, who also have a rivalry with Atalanta, which sits geographically between the two cities.
What is the biggest derby in Italy?
The Rome derby
The Rome derby is possibly the most passionate of the lot. Lazio and Roma have maintained an ever-present rivalry since the first clash in 1929. There have been countless fights and violent incidents during the sides’ meetings, but the victors in terms of football is Roma, who have won 70 of the 185 fixtures.
Where is the Valley of Lights in Italy?
The Trompia Valley is one of three main valleys in the province of Brescia in the Lombardy region with the Mella River winding through the territory for more than 20 miles.
What is it like to live in Brescia?
Brescia is a very good city, not too dangerous (except for some areas) and with some very good things to see (the old town is beautiful). You can also find many restaurants with a good italian cuisine (around $ 25-35 $ per person).
Where is Brescia in Italy map?
|Brescia Brèsa (Lombard)|
|Brescia Location of Brescia in Lombardy Show map of Italy Show map of Lombardy Show all|
|Coordinates: 45°32′30″N 10°13′00″E|
Where do most American expats live in Italy?
Lake Garda and Lake Como are extremely popular places to live, and property can be a little pricey. But what a breathtakingly beautiful place to spend your time. There are quite a few English, Canadian and Americans expats living around lake Como and also towards Bergamo, Lecco, Como and Lugano.
Where is Brescia located?
On 28 May 1974, it was the seat of the bloody Piazza della Loggia bombing . Brescia is located in the north-western section of the Po Valley, at the foot of the Brescian Prealps, between the Mella and the Naviglio, with the Lake Iseo to the west and the Lake Garda to the east (but it has also other important lakes like Idro and Moro ).
Who was the founder of Brescia?
Various myths relate to the founding of Brescia: one assigns it to Hercules while another attributes its foundation as Altilia (“the other Ilium”) by a fugitive from the siege of Troy. According to another myth, the founder was the king of the Ligures, Cidnus, who had invaded the Padan Plain in the late Bronze Age.
Why is Brescia called the’Lioness of Italy’?
This prompted poet Giosuè Carducci to nickname Brescia “Leonessa d’Italia” (“Italian Lioness”), since it was the only Lombard town to rally to King Charles Albert of Piedmont (and to the cause of Italian Unity) in that year.
Why is Brescia a city of national interest?
For this reason, this part of the city is in the list of SIN – Siti di Interesse Nazionale (Sites of National Interest). Brescia hosts the headquarters of several industry groups, including the Lucchini Group, the Feralpi and the Camozzi Group. Brescia is also home to the A2A Group (the result of the merger of ASM Brescia, AEM Milano and AMSA).