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Hafen Pisogne

Wiki: Pisogne ist eine Gemeinde in der italienischen Provinz Brescia in der Lombardei. Der Ort hat 8115 Einwohner (Stand 31. Dezember 2010) und liegt auf 198 m.ü.M.

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