Gianna Nannini e Gianni Morandi IN GINOCCHIO DA TE
Gianna Nannini e Gianni Morandi duettano in In ginocchio da te. Trasmissione del febbraio 1999.
Riccardo Cocciante e Gianna Nannini - Bella senz'anima (live)
Dalla trasmissione The Voice of Italy 2013 live Bella senz'anima con Gianna Nannini Cocciante/Luberti/Cassella https://www.facebook.com/groups/riccardococcia...
Alessandro Nannini
Alessandro Nannini takes us around Suzuka.
Gianna Nannini
The Music Video.
Baldassare Peruzzi
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Ambrogio Lorenzetti
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Costantino Patrizi Naro
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Gaetano Milanesi
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Milanesi was born at Siena, where he studied law, and in 1838 he obtained an appointment in the public library...
Flavio Chigi (1631-1693)
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Giuseppe Collignon
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He was a contemporary of Pietr...
Orazio Bruni
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Pope Alexander III
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Pope...
Ignazio Spalla
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Formulary controversy
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Alessandro Casolano
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He was also called Alessandro della Torre. He was born at Siena, and was the pupil of...
Marc'Antonio Zondadari
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Gianna Nannini
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Jean Luchaire
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Cecco Angiolieri
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Cecco Angiolieri was born in Siena in 1260, son of Angioliero, who was himself the son of Angioliero Solafìca who ...
Giovanni Florimi
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