Musignāno


Musignāno

Musignāno (spr. Musinjano), Ort im Kirchenstaate, dem Prinzen Lucian Bonaparte als Herzogthum vom Papste verliehen, nach dem sich dessen ältester Sohn nannte, s. Bonaparte 10) u. gegenwärtig noch Bonaparte 11) nennt.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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