Cremona

Cremona is a city in the Italian region of , famous for its creators of stringed instruments, especially Antonio Stradivari. Even today, this small city is home to a number of small violin-making workshops.
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Notable Places in the Area

Tourist attraction
The Torrazzo is the bell tower of the Cathedral of Cremona, , in northern . Photo: sedoglia, CC BY 2.0.

Tourist attraction
The is a religious edifice in Cremona, northern . Photo: Jakubhal, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Stadium
is a football stadium in Cremona, Italy. Photo: ZG 90, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Theater
The , as it has been known since 1986, is an opera house located in Cremona, . Photo: Jaqen, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Cremona

Latitude
45.1335° or 45° 8' 0.5" north
Longitude
10.0249° or 10° 1' 29.5" east
Population
70,900
United Nations Location Code
IT CRE
Elevation
45 metres (148 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 62505595
Geo­Names ID
3177838
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: Cremona
  • Arabic: كريمونا
  • Aragonese: Cremona
  • Armenian: Կրեմոնա
  • Azerbaijani: Kremona
  • Basque: Cremona
  • Belarusian: Крэмона
  • Bengali: ক্রেমোনা
  • Breton: Cremona
  • Bulgarian: Кремона
  • Catalan: Cremona
  • Cebuano: Cremona (kapital sa lalawigan)
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  • Chechen: Кремона
  • Chinese: Cremona
  • Chinese: 克里莫納
  • Chinese: 克雷莫納
  • Chinese: 克雷莫纳
  • Chinese: 克雷默那
  • Chinese: 科雷蒙尼斯
  • Corsican: Cremona
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  • Danish: Cremona
  • Dutch: Cremona
  • Egyptian Arabic: كريمونا
  • Esperanto: Cremona
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  • Estonian: Cremona
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  • French: Crémone
  • Friulian: Cremone
  • Galician: Cremona
  • Georgian: კრემონა
  • German: Cremona
  • Greek: Κρεμόνα
  • Gujarati: ક્રેમોના
  • Hebrew: קרמונה
  • Hindi: क्रेमोना
  • Hungarian: Cremona
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  • Ido: Cremona
  • Indonesian: Cremona
  • Irish: Cremona
  • Italian: Cremona
  • Japanese: クレモナ
  • Kannada: ಕ್ರೆಮೋನ
  • Kazakh: Кремона
  • Korean: 크레모나
  • Kurdish: Cremona
  • Latin: Cremona
  • Latvian: Kremona
  • Ligurian: Cremonn-a
  • Lithuanian: Kremona
  • Lombard: Cremùna
  • Luxembourgish: Cremona
  • Malay: Cremona
  • Marathi: क्रेमोना
  • Min Nan Chinese: Cremona
  • Neapolitan: Cremona
  • Norwegian: Cremona
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Cremona
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  • Occitan (post 1500): Cremona
  • Persian: کرمونا
  • Piemontese: Cremon-a
  • Polish: Cremona
  • Portuguese: Cremona
  • Quechua: Cremona
  • Romanian: Cremona
  • Russian: Кремона
  • Sanskrit: क्रेमोना
  • Scots: Cremona
  • Serbian: Кремона
  • Serbo-Croatian: Cremona
  • Sicilian: Cremona
  • Silesian: Cremona
  • Sinhala: ක්‍රිමෝනා
  • Slovak: Cremona
  • Slovenian: Cremona
  • South Azerbaijani: کرمونا
  • Spanish: Cremona
  • Swahili: Cremona
  • Swedish: Cremona
  • Tagalog: Cremona
  • Tajik: Кремуно
  • Tamil: கிரேமோனா
  • Tatar: Кремона
  • Telugu: క్రేమొన
  • Thai: เครโมนา
  • Turkish: Cremona
  • Twi: Cremona
  • Ukrainian: Кремона
  • Urdu: کریمونا
  • Venetian: Cremona
  • Vietnamese: Cremona
  • Volapük: Cremona
  • Waray (Philippines): Cremona
  • Welsh: Cremona
  • Wu Chinese: 克雷莫纳
  • Yue Chinese: 克里莫納
  • Carmona
  • Krεmona

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