Part of the region of Piedmont in northern Italy.- Montferrat
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Italian princely family that ruled Mantua in Lombardy, Northern Italy from 1328 to 1708 .
They also ruled Monferrato in Piedmont and Nevers in France, as well as many other lesser fiefs throughout Europe.
Italian province, with a population of some 425,000, which forms the southeastern part of the region of Piedmont.
The Sacred Mountain of Crea (Italian: Sacro Monte di Crea) is a Roman Catholic Devotional Complex in the comune of Serralunga di Crea (Montferrat), near Alessandria.
Region in northwest Italy, one of the 20 regions of the country.
The countryside is very diverse: from the rugged peaks of the massifs of Monte Rosa and Gran Paradiso to the damp rice paddies of Vercelli and Novara, from the gentle hillsides of the Langhe, Roero and Montferrat to the plains.
Frontier march of the Kingdom of Italy during the Middle Ages and a state of the Holy Roman Empire.
Originally part of the March of Western Liguria (Marca Liguriae Occidentalis) established by King Berengar II about 950, the area of Montferrat was constituted as the marca Aleramica ("Aleramic march") for his son-in-law Aleramo.
Comune of 74,348 inhabitants (1-1-2021) located in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy, about 55 km east of Turin in the plain of the Tanaro River.
It is the capital of the province of Asti and it is deemed to be the modern capital of Montferrat.
Duchy in Lombardy, Northern Italy.
The following year, the Duchy also acquired the March of Montferrat, thanks to the marriage between Gonzaga and Margaret Paleologa, Marchioness of Montferrat.
Town and comune of Piedmont, Italy, in the Province of Cuneo.
Montferrat and the Visconti fought over the town; later it became a possession of the Gonzaga.
City and comune in Piedmont, Italy, and the capital of the Province of Alessandria.
Alessandria stood in the territories of the marchese of Montferrat, a staunch ally of the Emperor, with a name assumed in 1168 to honour the Emperor's opponent, Pope Alexander III.
For other grapes, see Barbera (grapes), and for other uses, see Barbera (disambiguation).
Barbera is believed to have originated in the hills of Monferrato in central Piemonte, Italy, where it has been known from the thirteenth century.
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Other crusader states had been formed in Greece as a result of the Fourth Crusade, notably the Kingdom of Thessalonica, which had been ruled by the Aleramici family of Montferrat.