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Proloco Lacedonia Gino Chicone, Lacedonia. Community organisation. Piazza F. De Sanctis (2,297. 41 km) 83046 Lacedonia.

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Morgan De Sanctis (Italian pronunciation: ; born 26 March 1977) is an Italian former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He last played for Ligue 1 club Monaco, and currently works as a team manager with his former club Roma.

English Deutsch Español Française Portuguese Русский Українська. Born: February 7, 1931; Rome, Italy. Places are defined in terms of modern geography. Fabio de Sanctis Artworks. Here we show artworks that are significant for an artist’s creative career or for an art history in general, and/or his mature pieces. Animale totemico pacifico Fabio de Sanctis, 1958. Bottiglia Palmata Fabio de Sanctis, 1959. Il Riposo del Designer Fabio de Sanctis, 1963. Cielo, Mare, Terra Fabio de Sanctis, 1964. Modular Fabio de Sanctis, 1965. Una Mano Lava L'Altra Fabio de Sanctis, 1966. Leonardo Cabinet (in collaboration with Ugo Sterpini) Fabio de Sanctis, 1968. I Gemelli Cantori Fabio de Sanctis, 1968.

De Sanctis sports cars first appeared in the 1950s and competed in Formula Junior racing. The company then went on to produce successful Formula 3 racing cars, winning many races in the 1960s. Production ceased in 1970. Gino de Sanctis - 1930s. Following his passion for automobiles, Gino de Sanctis left his small home town in Abruzzo as a teenager and went to Rome. The logic is impeccable: automobiles travel along roads and all roads lead to Rome. There he found his calling. During the 1950s, Gino de Sanctis and his son, Lucio, while running a large Fiat dealership, founded the De Sanctis automobile construction factory dedicated to designing, building and producing sports cars. Lucio de Sanctis was a highly-qualified engineer with a passion for racing (he raced the cars he had constructed) and a flair for automobile design.


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