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Listing all celebrities from Italy who live or lived in Switzerland. Click on a name for details.

Gambini, Giovanni (1761-1842) Politician
A Sicilian Rousseauist who came to Geneva in search of freedom, as much religious as political. Gambini, together with Sismondi and Pellegrino Ro
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Guareschi, Giovanni (1908-1968) Writer
Creator of the DON CAMILLO character, Guareschi chose the excellent lifestyle of the Tessin region, where he could speak his native Italian and still
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Mussolini, Benito (1883-1945) Despot
Anectode Lausannoise sur Mussolini:
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Muti, Ornella (1939-) Movie star
Née le 1 février 1939 à Ismailia en Egypte, d'un père napolitain et d'une mère estonienne, Francesca Romana Rivelli a vécu en Suisse durant plusieurs
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Pareto, Vilfredo (1848-1923) Scientist
The great neo-classical economist came from Italy on the request of Walras to teach at the Lausanne school, which he consequently made world famous.
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Pavone, Rita (1945-) Music star
This singer and television presenter lives in the Swiss canton of Ticino with its Mediterranean climate. Rita Pavone was born in Turin in 1945
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Pratt, Hugo (1927-1995) Writer
Hugo Pratt, illustrator, painter of water color and creator of Corto Maltese, lived on the Geneva Riviera for 11 years. Born in Rimini in 1927, he
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Rossi, Pellegrino (1787-1848) Politician
Born in Carrarc, Italy in 1787, he became a supporter of liberal ideas in Italy until he fled the Austrian control in 1805. In Geneva he became pr
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Savoie, Victor-E. (1937-) King
The ruler of the House of Savoy lives in Vésenaz, in the greater Geneva area. Born in 1937, Victor Emmanuel of Savoy is the successor to Humbert II, K
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Scrima, Nicola (1947-) Businessman
The Italian industrialist came in 1963 for tax reasons and for the quality of life.
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Turrettini, Théodore (1845-1916) Politician
The Turrettini family originally came from the town of Lucca in Tuscany. They found refuge in Geneva at the time of the Reformation in 1575. Th
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Hugo Pratt
(1927 - 1995) Writer
Hugo Pratt, illustrator, painter of water color and creator of Corto Maltese, lived on the Geneva Riviera for 11 years. Born in Rimini in 1927, he was an only son and spent his childhood in Venice before joining his father in Abyssinia at the age of 10. Prisoner of the English and then the Germans during WWII, he spent the end of the war organizing entertainment events for the allied soldiers. After the war, Hugo Pratt started out as an illustrator for As de Pique in Venice. >>>

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