An Etruscan city in northern Italy at the confluence of the Mincio and the Po rivers.

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  • Mantua (disambiguation) — Mantua is the English form of the name of the city in Italy whose Italian name is Mantova. Mantua may also refer to: Places Mantua, Cuba, a municipality and city in the Pinar del Río Province Mantua Township, New Jersey, in Gloucester County… …   Wikipedia

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