Piedmont

Piedmont is a region in the northwest of , next to the border with . The main city is , which was host to the 2006 Winter Olympic Games.

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, a large city of about one million inhabitants, is set in the region of northwestern , a one-hour drive from the French border and slightly more than that from the Mediterranean sea.

is the largest town and capital of the province of in , in northern .

is the capital of the province of , one of most important wine areas in Italy, and lends its name to some illustrious wines, such as Moscato d'.

is a small town on the south side of the Borromean Bay, a western arm of in , Northern .

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is a hilly region in the Cuneo province of in .

is a town on in , .

is the largest city and the capital of the province of in .

is a city on the promontory at the northern side of the entrance to the Borromean Bay, a western arm of in , .

is a town near on , near its southern end, in the region of .

is a town of 25,000 in the province of Turin in , .

is a small city in about 50 km south of .

is a town in the region of . is situated at the confluence of the Dora di Riparia and the Dora di Bardonecchia rivers in the Susa Valley, about 76 km west of .

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