Villafranca (disambiguation)


Villafranca (disambiguation)

Villafranca or Vilafranca may refer to the following localities:

Italy

*Villafranca d'Asti, in the province of Asti
*Villafranca di Verona, in the province of Verona
*Villafranca in Lunigiana, in the province of Massa-Carrara
*Villafranca Padovana, in the province of Padua
*Villafranca Piemonte, in the province of Turin
*Villafranca Sicula, in the province of Agrigento
*Villafranca Tirrena, in the province of Messina

pain

*Vilafranca, in the autonomous community of Valencia
*Vilafranca de Bonany, in the autonomous community of Balearic Islands
*Vilafranca del Penedès, in the autonomous community of Catalunya
*Villafranca, in the autonomous community of Navarra
*Villafranca de Córdoba, in the autonomous community of Andalusia
*Villafranca de Duero, in the autonomous community of Castile and Leon
*Villafranca de Ebro, in the autonomous community of Aragon
*Villafranca de la Sierra, in the autonomous community of Castile and Leon
*Villafranca de los Barros, in the autonomous community of Estremadura
*Villafranca de los Caballeros, in the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha
*Villafranca del Bierzo, in the autonomous community of Castile and Leon
*Villafranca del Campo, in the autonomous community of Aragon
*Villafranca de Ordicia, in the autonomous community of Basque Country. Current official name Ordizia
*Villafranca Montes de Oca, in the autonomous community of Castile and Leon

ee also

*Counts of Villafranca
*Freiburg
*Treaty of Villafranca
*Villefranche


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Pedro Álvarez de Toledo, Marquis of Villafranca — For other uses, see Pedro Álvarez de Toledo (disambiguation). Don Pedro Álvarez de Toledo Marquis of Villafranca del Bierzo, jure uxoris Caballero de Santiago …   Wikipedia

  • Maria of Castile (disambiguation) — Maria of Castile may refer to: Infanta Maria of Castile (1235–1235), daughter of Ferdinand III of Castile, died young Queen María de Molina (1265–1321), wife of Sancho IV of Castile Maria de Castilla y Ayala (d. 1424), illegitimate daughter of… …   Wikipedia

  • Verona Airport (disambiguation) — Verona Airport may refer to:*Verona Airport or Verona Villafranca Airport, Valerio Catullo in Verona, Italy (IATA: VRN). *Verona Airport (Wisconsin) in Verona, Wisconsin, United States (FAA: W19). *Brescia Airport in Brescia, Italy (IATA: VBS),… …   Wikipedia

  • Vilafranca — See also|Villafranca (disambiguation)Spanish city official name=Vilafranca Villafranca del Cid native name = Vilafranca spanish name = Villafranca del Cid image coat of arms = Escut de Vilafranca.svg image coat of arms size = 100px lat long =… …   Wikipedia

  • Dukes of Bivona — The Sicilian title duke of Bivona stems from the middle 16th century. Bivona is in Sicily, which had been conquered by Peter III of Aragon in 1282. It was given to people related to the powerful medieval Aragonese family of Luna.[disambiguation… …   Wikipedia

  • Crocetta — (Italian for Little Cross ) may refer to: Towns in Italy Crocetta del Montello, a municipality (comune) in the Province of Treviso Crocetta (RO), a former municipality in the Province of Rovigo which was suppressed in 1928 and is now a frazione… …   Wikipedia

  • Montes de Oca — (Spanish for Mounts of Goose or Hills of Goose) may refer to: Contents 1 Places 2 Geography 3 Notable people 4 See also Places …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Felix of Sardinia — For other people named Charles Felix, see Charles Felix (disambiguation). Charles Felix King of Sardinia Reign 12 March 1821 – 27 April 1831 Predecessor …   Wikipedia

  • Verona — This article is about the city in Italy. For the Venezuelan rock band, see Verona (band). For other uses, see Verona (disambiguation). Verona   Comune   Città di Verona …   Wikipedia

  • Turin — For other uses, see Turin (disambiguation). Torino redirects here. For other uses, see Torino (disambiguation). Turin Torino   Comune   Comune di Torino …   Wikipedia