Magna Savoia is the name given to the northeastern region of Italy: its name comes from the fact that its borders approximately coincide with those of the Kingdom of Piedmont at its greatest, under the rule of Vittorio Emanuele II di Savoia. It is surrounded, clockwise, by the Adda river to the east, the Ligurian sea, the Western Alps, and the Valais Alps.
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