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Alessandria is a strongly fortified and stirring town and province on the Tanaro, in Piedmont, Italy, 55 miles southeast of Turin. Its commune has an area of about 143.2 sq. km and a 2001 population of 82,201 inhabitants. The province lies in the southeastern Piedmont, half on the northern slope of the Apennines and half on the Po plain; its area is 3,560 sq. km and its 2001 population is 414,384.
- The Marengo Battle Museum
- The official website of the city council
- Guide to Alessandria city - Information, phone numbers and useful link
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