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Comune di Ladispoli
Hoosin in Ladispoli
Hoosin in Ladispoli
Coat of airms o Ladispoli
Coat airms
Ladispoli is located in Italy
Location o Ladispoli in Italy
Coordinates: 41°57′N 12°05′E / 41.950°N 12.083°E / 41.950; 12.083
FrazioniMarina di San Nicola, Monteroni
 • MayorCrescenzio Paliotta (PD)
 • Total25 km2 (10 sq mi)
2 m (7 ft)
 (30 April 2009)
 • Total39,829
 • Density1,600/km2 (4,100/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
Diallin code06
Patron sauntSt. Joseph
Saunt dayMarch 19
WebsiteOffeecial wabsteid

Ladispoli is a toun an comune in the province o Roum, Lazio, central Italy. Lees aboot 35 km (22 mi) wast o centre o Roum on the Mediterranean Sea.

History[eedit | eedit soorce]

Ladispoli occupees the aurie existit the auncient Alsium, the port o the Etruscan ceety o Cerveteri an later a Roman colony citit bi Cicero.

Alsium wis destroyed in the 6t century AD, durin the Gothic War, bi the Ostrogoths led bi Totila. Later a castle, namit Palo, wis biggit in the aurie: it wis a fief o the Orsini an, frae 1693, o the Odescalchi faimily.

Modren Ladispoli wis foondit in 1888 bi Ladislao Odescalchi, whom its name stems frae.

In the late 1970s an till the early 1990s, pairts o Ladispoli servit as refugee camps for Soviet emigrants seekin poleetical an/or releegious asylum in Wastren kintras (maistly Unitit States, Canadae an Australie). The experience o Jews frae the umwhile USSR stayin in Ladispoli in the 1980s wis first describit in Inglis bi Maxim D. Shrayer in his leeterar memoir "Waiting for America" (2007).[1]

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Ethnic minorities an foreign[eedit | eedit soorce]

Accordin tae ISTAT figures at 31 Dizember 2010 foreign naitionals wur 7711 fowk. The naitionalities maist representit accordin tae their percentage o the total population wur:

  • frae Romanie - 4620 (11.26%)
  • frae Poland - 826 (2.01%)

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Citations[eedit | eedit soorce]

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