Novara (disambiguation)

Novara (disambiguation)

Novara may refer to a number of places in Italy and things related to them:

For ships named Novara see

Novara may also refer to:

  • Novara (bicycles), a brand name used by the American consumers’ cooperative REI for its in-house brand bicycles and bicycle accessories.
  • 157 Infantry Division Novara an Italian infantry division of World War II

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