the capital of Emilia-Romagna; located in northern Italy to the east of the Apennines
bologna, Bologna sausagenoun
large smooth-textured smoked sausage of beef and veal and pork
A province of Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
A city, the capital of Bologna also of Emilia-Romagna.
a smoked, seasoned Italian sausage made from beef, pork or veal
a city of Italy which has given its name to various objects
a Bologna sausage
Bologna is the largest city of Emilia-Romagna Region in Northern Italy. It is the seventh most populated in Italy, heart of a metropolitan area of about one million. The city, the first settlements of which date back to at least one 1000 BC, has always been an important urban centre, first under the Etruscans and the Celts, then under the Romans, then again in the Middle Ages, as a free municipality. Home to the oldest university in the world, University of Bologna, founded in 1088, Bologna hosts thousands of students who enrich the social and cultural life of the city. Famous for its towers and lengthy porticoes, Bologna has a well-preserved historical centre thanks to a careful restoration and conservation policy which began at the end of the 1970s, on the heels of serious damage done by the urban demolition at the end of the 19th century as well as that caused by wars. An important cultural and artistic centre, its importance in terms of landmarks can be attributed to homogenous mixture of monuments and architectural examples as well as works of art which are the result of a first class architectural and artistic history. Bologna is also an important transportation crossroad for the roads and trains of Northern Italy, where many important mechanical, electronic and nutritional industries have their headquarters. According to the most recent data gathered by the European Regional Economic Growth Index of 2009, Bologna is the first Italian city and the 47th European city in terms of its economic growth rate.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bol-ōn′ya, adj. from a town of Italy, which gives its name to Bologna phial, Bologna phosphorus, and Bologna or 'Polony' sausages.—adj. Bologn′ese.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
an ancient walled city of Italy, on a fertile plain, at the foot of the Lower Apennines, 83 m. N. of Florence; has many fine buildings, a university, one of the oldest in Europe, schools of music and art, libraries, and art collections. There are some silk and other industries, and considerable trade.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
The ancient Felsina, afterwards Bononia. A distinguished city of Italy, capital of the province of the same name; besieged and taken by Pope Julius II., 1506; taken by the French, 1796; by the Austrians, 1799; again by the French after the battle of Marengo, in 1800; restored to the Pope in 1815; a revolt suppressed by Austrian interference, 1831; rebellion in 1848; taken by the Austrians, May, 1849; provisional government formed June 15, 1859; Victor Emmanuel entered Bologna as sovereign, May 2, 1860.
Etymology and Origins
A settlement of the Boii, after whom the Romans called it Bononia.
The numerical value of Bologna in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of Bologna in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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She runs into her hazmat suit and she throws me my daily bologna sandwich and then runs out after.
I just realized that hot dogs are full of bologna.
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