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  1. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › BellettiBelletti - Wikipedia

    Antenore Belletti (1905-1985) – artigiano italiano; ... Giovanni Battista Belletti (1813-1890) – baritono italiano; Giulio Belletti (1957) – pallavolista italiano; Juliano Belletti (1976) – ex calciatore brasiliano; Manuel Belletti (1985) – ciclista su strada italiano; Nicola Belletti (1782-1864) – vescovo cattolico italiano;

  2. La final de la Liga de Campeones de la UEFA 2005-06 [1] se disputó el día 17 de mayo de 2006 en el Estadio de Francia de París, Francia.Fue la 51.ª edición de la final en la que se conmemoraba el 50.º aniversario de la competición y los equipos que la disputaron fueron el Barcelona y el Arsenal con resultado de 2-1 para los azulgranas, que lograron su segunda Copa de Europa.

  3. Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Mhe. Samia Suluhu Hassan, akipokea zawadi yenye mfano wa Kombe dogo la Dunia kutoka Balozi wa Kombe hilo kutoka Shirikisho la Mpira wa Miguu Duniani (FIFA) ambaye pia ni mchezaji wa zamani wa timu ya Taifa ya Brazil Juliano Belletti katika hafla iliyofanyika Ikulu Jijini Dar es Salaam tarehe 31 Mei, 2022.

  4. 9/9/2022 · “Brasil 2002: Os Bastidores do Penta” tem 90 minutos de duração, sob direção e roteiro de Luis Ara, com colaboração de Rebecca Knight, Claire McArdle, Paul Brighten, Mark Cowan, Juliano Belletti e Roberto Carlos. O documentário é produzido pela Trailer Films, Collective Media Group e Entourage Sports & Entertainment.

  5. 29/9/2022 · CHELSEA ace Jorginho was joined by stunning girlfriend Catherine Harding at the premiere of the Brazil 2002: The Real Story documentary. The Italy international, who was born in Brazil, was joined …

  6. The 2006 UEFA Super Cup was the 31st edition of the annual UEFA Super Cup, a UEFA-sponsored football club match that pitted the winners of the UEFA Champions League against the winners of the UEFA Cup.It took place at the Stade Louis II in Monaco, on 25 August 2006, and featured two Spanish clubs: Barcelona, who won the 2005–06 UEFA Champions League, against Sevilla, who took the 2005–06 ...