Lepanto

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Spanish Destroyer Lepanto - Post War
... On 2 April 1939, just 24 hours after official end of the Civil War, Lepanto and her sister ships which had fought for the Republic sailed back to Spain with new Nationalist crews ... antisubmarine warfare exercise on 27 July 1940, Lepanto operated in company with destroyers Alcalá Galiano and Churruca against submarines C-2, C-4, and General Mola. 24 km (13 nm) off Morro de la Vaca, Lepanto was running at 14 knots (26 km/h) when C-4 broached a few meters off her bow ...
Lepanto (Rome Metro)
... Lepanto is an underground station on Line A of the Rome Metro, which is an underground mass transit system ... at the junction of viale Giulio Cesare with via Lepanto and via Marcantonio Colonna, in Prati ... The offices of the Civil Court of Rome are in via Lepanto ...
Gulf Of Corinth
... times, the gulf was known as the Gulf of Lepanto ... Here the third Battle of Lepanto was fought in 1571, destroying the Ottoman fleet ... The town of Lepanto is now named Naupactus ...
Antón De Palategui - Return To Europe
... In March, 1555, he settled in Lepanto, during a period of political instability in which Spanish, Ottoman, and Venetian interests all laid claim to the region ... In Lepanto, Palategui continued to write poetry, though his work took a spiritually ornate tone, predating the English metaphysical poets, leading some scholars to speculate he had spent some ... After two years in Lepanto and modern-day Greece, Palategui went home to Castile ...
Lepanto - Other
... Lepanto, a poem by English poet G ... Chesterton about the Battle of Lepanto (1571) In the board game Diplomacy, the Lepanto opening is a well-known opening gambit by Italy ...