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What does VV stand for?
VV stands for Vittorio Veneto (Italian city)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The city's main squares are Piazza Castello, an odd-shaped space part-filled with the ungainly Palazzo Madama; Piazza San Carlo, right in the middle; and Piazza Vittorio Veneto, which opens out to the Po.
Born in Vittorio Veneto in 1749, he led a colourful life as a poet, priest and womaniser, even though he had a devoted wife.
Caffe Vittorio Veneto (on Piazza Vittorio Veneto) is great for plates of savoury pastries, roasted vegetable snacks, and open sandwiches topped with ham, sausage, roast beef, chicken wings, olives or anchovies.
43) When the last Swordfish attack was complete, Italy's serviceable battleships had been reduced from six to two--only Vittorio Veneto and Giulio Cesare had escaped damage--and all of this had been accomplished at the cost of only two Swordfish shot down.
During Saturday night, three Molotov cocktails were thrown against a school that houses a polling station in the north-eastern town of Vittorio Veneto, and fliers found at the scene denounced both coalitions.
During the night, three Molotov cocktails were thrown against a school that houses a polling station in the north-eastern town of Vittorio Veneto, and fliers found at the scene denounced both coalitions.
In his talk at the Durham Light Infantry Museum and Durham Art Gallery, which starts at 2pm, David will highlight the role of each DLI Battalion, tell of the fighting at the Asiago Plateau, and of the last great battle in October 1918 at Vittorio Veneto that forced the Austrians to sue for peace.