LOMBARDY , a territorialdivision of Italy, bounded N. by The
See also:total population of Lombardy was 4,334,099 . In most of the
See also:Alps, S. by
See also:Emilia, E. by
See also:Venetia and W. by Piedmont. the provinces of Lombardy there are far more villages than It is divided into eight provinces, Bergamo, Brescia,
See also:Como, in other parts of Italy except Piedmont; this is attributable Cremona,
See also:Mantua, Milan,
See also:Pavia and
See also:Sondrio, and has an
See also:area partly to their mountainous character, partly perhaps to security of 9386 sq. m . Milan, the chief city, is the greatest railway from attack by
See also:sea (contrast the state of things in Apulia) . centre of Italy; it is in
See also:direct communication not only with the Previous to the fall of the
See also:Roman republic Lombardy formed other
See also:principal towns of Lombardy and the
See also:rest of Italy but a
See also:part of Gallia Transpadana, and it was Lombardy, Venetia also with the larger towns of France, Germany and
See also:Switzerland, and Piedmont, the portion of the
See also:Italian peninsula N. of the Po, that did not receive citizenship in 89 B.c. but only Latin rights . Balinese frequently occur .
See also:Lombok has been divided since 1898 into the West,
See also:Middle and East Lombok . Its chief towns are Mataram, Praya and Sisi . On the west
See also:coast the
See also:harbour of Ampanam is the most frequented, though, on account of heavy breakers, it is often difficult of approach . The Sasaks are estimated at 320,000, the Balinese at 50,000, Europeans number about 40,
See also:Chinese 300, and
See also:Arabs 170 . See A . R .
See also:Archipelago (
See also:London, 1869, and later
See also:editions) .
The famous " Wallace's
See also:Line " runs immediately west of Lombok, which therefore has an important part in the
See also:work . Captain W . Cool, With the Dutch in the East (Amsterdam and London, 1897), in Dutch and
See also:English, is a narrative of the events sketched above, and contains many particulars about the
See also:folklore and dual religions of Lombok, which, with
See also:Bali, forms the last stronghold of
See also:Hinduism east of
See also:Java .
LOMBARDS, or LANGOBARDI
LOMBOK (called by the natives Sasak)
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