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Further information about Pontremoli

Pontremoli is a city, commune and bishop's see in the province of Massa-Carrara, Tuscany, Italy. Literally translated, "Pontremoli" means "Trembling Bridge" (from the Italian "tremare" - "to tremble"), with the commune having been named after a prominent bridge across the Magra. Pontremoli is situated in the upper valley of the Magra, 40 km north by east of La Spezia by rail and 49 miles SSW of Parma. History: Pontremoli is believed to have been first settled around a thousand years before Christ. It was known in Roman times as Apua. The commune later became an independent republic in the 12th and 13th centuries, partly because of its mountainous situation. This situation in the valley of the Magra also made Pontremoli a target for numerous conquests from rival Italian and foregin Lords. Pontremoli was controlled by various aristocratic families, including the Malaspina (in 1319) and the Antelminelli (in 1322). The conflict between the rival Guelfi and Ghibellini factions in the early ... Read more about Pontremoli on Wikipedia

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