Acqua Di Parma

Acqua di Parma is an Italian perfume company which produces a lightly scented fragrance.

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List Of Perfumes
... Paloma Picasso Year Name Company Perfumer Authority 1390 Fiori di Capri Carthusia 1612 Santa Maria Novella Santa Maria Novella 1709 Farina Eau de Cologne Johann Maria Farina Johann ... Coty 1913 Violette Précieuse Caron Ernest Daltroff 1916 Acqua di Parma Colonia Acqua di Parma 1917 Chypre Coty François Coty 1919 Mitsouko Guerlain Jacques Guerlain 1919 Tabac Blond Caron Ernest ... Millésime Impérial Creed Olivier Creed 1996 Acqua di Gió Pour Homme Giorgio Armani Alberto Morillas and Jacques Cavallier 1996 Angel Men/A*Men Thierry Mugler Jacques Huclier ...
Acqua Di Parma - Products
... The Acqua di Parma perfume and cologne range includes Blu Mediterraneo (Arancia di Capri, Mirto di Panarea, Mandorlo di Sicilia, Bergamotto di Calabria, Fico di Amalfi ...
2006–2007 UCI Europe Tour - Events
... Spain 2.1 Alejandro Valverde (ESP) Caisse d'Epargne 2007-03-03 Giro della Provincia di Reggio Calabria Italy 1.1 Cancelled Cancelled 2007-03-03 GP Chiasso Switzerland 1.1 Pavel Brutt (RUS) Tinkoff Credit ... GP Herning Denmark 1.1 Kurt Asle Arvesen (NOR) Team CSC 2007-05-05 GP Industria Artigianato di Larciano Italy 1.1 Vincenzo Nibali (ITA) Liquigas 2007-05-06 Colliers Classic Denmark 1.1 Juan Jos ... Predictor-Lotto 2007-08-04 GP Città di Rio Saliceto e Correggio Italy 1.1 Cancelled Cancelled 2007-08-04 to 2007-08-15 Volta a Portugal Portugal 2.HC Xavier Tondo (ESP) LA-MSS 2007-08-05 Giro dell'Appenni ...

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