Genoa - Genoa, Italy

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Genoa - Genoa, Italy

Genoa - Genoa, Italy

Genoa - Wikipedia

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Genoa (/’[email protected]/JEN-oh–@; Italian Genova [’dZe?nova] (listen), Ligurian Zena [’ze:na]); English, historically and Latin: Genua is the capital of Liguria, the sixth-largest Italian city. The city's administrative boundaries housed 594,733 residents in 2015. [3] The 2011 Italian census showed that the Province of Genoa had 855,834 residents. [5] More than 1.5 million people reside in the larger metropolitan area that runs along the Italian Riviera. [6]

Genoa, located in the Ligurian Sea's Gulf of Genoa, has been a major port on the Mediterranean. It is the busiest port in Italy and the Mediterranean Sea, and the twelfth busiest within the European Union. [7][8]

Genoa was the capital for one of the most powerful maritime republics over seven centuries. It was there from the 11th to the 1797. [9] The city was a major player in Europe's commercial trade, especially from the 12th to the 15th centuries. It was also one of the most wealthy cities in the world and the largest naval power on the continent. Petrarch also gave it the nickname la Superba (\"the proud\") because of its glory on the seas, and outstanding landmarks. Since the 19th century, the city has been home to large shipyards and steelworks. Its solid financial sector dates back as far as the Middle Ages. The oldest state-deposit bank in the world, the Bank of Saint George was established in 1407. It has been a key part of the city's success since the middle of 15th century. [13][14]