What is the history of Como?

The hills surrounding the current location of Como were inhabited, since at least the Bronze Age, by a Celtic tribe known as the Orobii. Remains of settlements are still present on the wood-covered hills to the southwest of town. Around the first century BC, the territory became subject to the Romans.

What to do in Como?

Como is home to numerous high schools, the Conservatory of music Giuseppe Verdi, the Design school Aldo Galli, the University of Insubria and a branch campus of the Politecnico di Milano . In Como there are three major hospitals: Ospedale SantAnna, Ospedale Valduce and Clinica Villa Aprica

Does Como have an aerodrome?

Como also has an international water aerodrome (Idroscalo, ICAO code LILY) and seaplane base, which hosts its own aeroplane club with a fleet of sea planes, used for flight training and local tour flights. A hangar is available for aircraft maintenance and servicing.

What to eat&drink in Como?

Polenta is a popular dish in Como, and was traditionally eaten for meals in winter time. It is obtained by mixing and cooking corn flour and buckwheat. It is usually served with meat, game, cheese and sometimes fish; in fact, Polenta e Misultin ( Alosa agone) is served in the restaurants in the Lake Como area.

What is the history of Como Italy?

In 49 BC Como town came into its own under the rule of Julius Caesar, who populated the town with its first 5,000 inhabitants and named the lake Larius (a name still seen in many guises today along the lake). Como itself was known as Novum Comum and played host to famous authors such as Pliny the Elder and Pliny the Younger during this time.

How did Lake Como get its unique shape?

The entire region of Lake Como was under a massive sheet of ice during the last Ice Age, roughly 10,000 years ago. The ‘upside-down Y’ shape of the lake as we know it today, was actually carved out of the mountains due to the slow movement of this enormous glacier.

Who are the Como people?

The area now known as Como lies in the tradition lands of the Tharawal (Dharawal) people on the southern bank of the Georges River. The Sutherland Shire Council recognises Tharawal-speaking people as the traditional custodians of the area.

What does Como stand for?

Como (Italian pronunciation: [ˈkɔːmo] ( listen), locally [ˈkoːmo]; Lombard: Còmm [ˈkɔm], Cómm [ˈkom] or Cùmm [ˈkum]; Latin: Novum Comum) is a city and comune in Lombardy, Italy. It is the administrative capital of the Province of Como.

What is an aerodrome?

An aerodrome ( Commonwealth English) or airdrome ( American English) is a location from which aircraft flight operations take place, regardless of whether they involve air cargo, passengers, or neither, and regardless of whether it is for public or private use.

Can you build the aerodrome on hills?

Cannot be built on Hills. The Aerodrome is an advanced specialty District in Civilization VI, dedicated to building and housing Aircraft. It requires Flight and must be built on flat terrain.

What is the difference between Como vs Cómo?

Lets look at como vs cómo. Cómo is used in both direct and indirect exclamatory and interrogative sentences, it is generally translated as how. ¿Cómo tomas el té?

What can be built in the aerodrome?

The following buildings can be built in the Aerodrome: Unlike the other unit-oriented districts (i.e. the Encampment and Harbor ), the Aerodrome does not simply help build aircraft; it is absolutely mandatory to build aircraft. So, come the Modern Era you should designate a city as an aviation center, ideally it should have plenty of Production.

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