Sienna

Sienna or Siena (28), an interesting old Italian city of much importance during the Middle Ages, in Central Italy, 60 m. S. of Florence, is still surrounded by its ancient wall, and contains several fine Gothic structures, notably its cathedral (13th century) and municipal palace; has a university and institute of fine arts; silk and cloth weaving, and a wine and oil trade are the chief industries.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Siemens, Sir William * Sierra
Sidlaw Hills
Sidmouth
Sidmouth, Henry Addington, Viscount
Sidney
Sidney, Sir Philip
Sidon
Siebengebirge
Siegfried
Siemens, Werner von
Siemens, Sir William
Sienna
Sierra
Sierra Leone
Sierra Madre
Sierra Morena
Sierra Nevada
Sieyès, Abbé
Sigismund
Sigismund
Signorelli, Luca
Sigourney, Mrs.

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