Torre

Torre (plurals torri and torres) means tower in six Romance languages (Portuguese, Spanish, Galician, Catalan, Italian and Corsican) and may refer to:

Contents

  • Biology 1
  • Chess 2
  • Places 3
    • Brazil 3.1
    • England 3.2
    • France 3.3
    • Italy 3.4
    • Mexico 3.5
    • Portugal 3.6
    • Spain 3.7
    • Switzerland 3.8
  • Music 4
  • Geographic features 5
    • Elevations 5.1
    • Islands 5.2
    • Streams 5.3
  • Structures 6
    • Modern skyscrapers 6.1
    • Telecommunications towers 6.2
    • Tramway towers 6.3
    • Other 6.4
  • Other uses 7
  • See also 8

Biology

Chess

Places

Brazil

  • Torre, a neighborhood in the metropolitan area of Recife

England

  • Torre, Devon, a hamlet in the county of Devon
  • Torre, Somerset, a hamlet in the county of Somerset

France

Italy

  • Torre Annunziata, a comune in the province of Naples in the region of Campania
  • Torre Boldone, a comune in the province of Bergamo in the region of Lombardy
  • Torre Bormida, a comune in the province of Cuneo in the region Piedmont
  • Torre Canavese, a comune in the province of Turin in the region Piedmont
  • Torre de' Busi, a comune in the province of Lecco in the region Lombardy
  • Torre del Greco, a comune in the province of Naples in the region of Campania
  • Torre Mondovì, a comune in the province of Cuneo in the region Piedmont
  • Torre Pallavicina, a comune in the province of Bergamo in the region of Lombardy
  • Torre Pellice, a comune in the province of Turin in the region Piedmont
Other variants

Mexico

Portugal

  • Torre (Amares), a civil parish in the municipality of Amares

Spain

  • La Torre, a municipality in the province of Ávila, autonomous community of Castile and León
  • Torre Alháquime, a village in the province of Cádiz, autonomous community of Andalusia
  • Torre-Cardela, a municipality in the province of Granada, autonomous community of Andalusia
  • Torre de Arcas, a municipality in the province of Teruel, autonomous community of Aragon
  • Torre de las Arcas, a municipality in the province of Teruel, autonomous community of Aragon
  • Torre del Compte, a municipality in the Matarraña/Matarranya in the province of Teruel, autonomous community of Aragon
  • Torre los Negros, a municipality in the Matarraña/Matarranya in the province of Teruel, autonomous community of Aragon
  • Torre-Pacheco, a municipality in the autonomous region of Murcia
  • Torre de Loizaga, a Castle in the autonomous community of the Basque Country

Switzerland

Music

Geographic features

Elevations

Islands

Streams

Structures

Modern skyscrapers

Telecommunications towers

Tramway towers

Other

Other uses

See also


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