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[lah spe-tsyah] /lɑ ˈspɛ tsyɑ/

a seaport in NW Italy, on the Ligurian Sea: naval base.
/Italian la ˈspɛttsia/
a port in NW Italy, in Liguria, on the Gulf of Spezia: the chief naval base in Italy. Pop: 91 391 (2001)


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