RIVA , a fortified
See also:town of
See also:Austria, near the
See also:Italian frontier . Pop . (1900) 7550 . It is a lake
See also:port and steamship station at the
See also:northern extremity of the Lago di Garda . There are two forts on the
See also:Monte Brione a little over '
See also:Des Blut
See also:im Glauben and Aberglauben (Eng. trans., The
See also:Jew and Human Sacrifice,
See also:London, 1909).a mile
See also:north-east of the town, and the old
See also:castle of La Rocca was reconstructed and extended in accordance with
See also:modern requirements in 185o . The Minorite
See also:Church (1603), with
See also:altar pictures by Guido Reni and other Italian painters, is much frequented as a place of pilgrimage . In addition to. its transit
See also:trade and the entertainment of visitors, the
See also:principal resources of the town are the manufacture of paper, iron wares and pottery, the cultivation of the
See also:worm and the
See also:tree, and a considerable commerce in
See also:timber, planks and
See also:coal . Riva is connected with the Ledro valley by a picturesque road which passes in a series of tunnels and galleries along the rocky and precipitous west
See also:shore of the lake .
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