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What does the word Torino mean?

What does the word Torino mean?

(toˈriːno) n. (Placename) the Italian name for Turin.

What does Chuiso mean?

chiuso adjective, noun. closed, close, enclosed, shut, stuffy. See Also in English.

What is the meaning of Olympia?

a city in and the capital of Washington, in the W part, on Puget Sound. (sometimes lowercase)Also called Olympia oyster. a common oyster, Ostrea lurida, of the Pacific coast of North America. a female given name: from a Greek word meaning “of Olympus.”

Is Club masculine or feminine in Italian?

club [masculine], boîte [feminine] (de nuit), club [masculine] (de golf)…

What food is Torino known for?

While you can find good food all over Italy, Turin specializes in the food that we love most; wine, cheese, chocolate and truffles. Turin is said to have invented the solid form of chocolate, but is more famous for its hot chocolate drink called Bicerin.

Why is Torino called Torino?

When the Italian city of Turin made its Olympic bid, city leaders requested that their city be referred to as “Torino,” which is the name Italians use. That’s akin to requesting that people speak of “Roma,” not Rome, or “Firenze,” not Florence.

What is Olympia known for?

Olympia was the birthplace of the most famous and important sporting event in the ancient world. The Olympic Games took place here every four years from 776 BC to 393 AD. The site was also a place of worship dedicated to the Greek god Zeus from about the 10th century BC.

Which means almost the same as siren?

Synonyms for siren Synonyms: Noun. enchantress, femme fatale, seductress, temptress Visit the Thesaurus for More.

What does club mean in Italian?

[klʌb ] society) circolo ⧫ club m inv.

How safe is Torino Italy?

Just like most popular cities in Italy, Turin is a safe city. Violent crime is rarely reported and tourists are not likely to have any incidents involving anything more than petty crime.

What’s Turin famous for?

Turin is well known for its Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neo-classical, and Art Nouveau architecture. Many of Turin’s public squares, castles, gardens and elegant palazzi such as the Palazzo Madama, were built between the 16th and 18th centuries.