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Asti is a city and comune in the Piemonte or Piedmont region, in north-western Italy, about 55 kilometres east of Turin in the plain of the Tanaro River. It is the capital of the province of Asti. History: Ancient times and early Middle Ages: People have lived in and around what is now Asti since the Neolithic period. Before their defeat in 174 BC by the Romans, Ligures, such as the Statielli, dominated the area and the toponym probably derives from "Ast" which means "hill" in the ancient Ligurian language. In 124 BC the Romans built a "castrum", or fortified camp, which eventually evolved into a full city named Hasta. In 89 BC the city received the status of "colonia", and in 49 BC that of "municipium". Asti become an important city of the Augustan Regio IX, favoured by its strategic position on the Tanaro river and on the Via Fulvia, which linked Derthona (Tortona) to Augusta Taurinorum (Turin). Other roads connected the city to the main passes for what are today Switzerland and ... Read more about Asti on Wikipedia

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