Franca Raimondi

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Franca Raimondi (8 July 1932 – 28 August 1988) was an Italian singer, born in Monopoli, Province of Bari, Apulia.

In 1956, Raimondi won the Festival della canzone italiana with the song "Aprite Le Finestre" (Open the Windows). In the same year she represented Italy in the first Eurovision Song Contest with the song, during the contest only the winning song was announced, so it is unknown what position the song finished.

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Preceded by
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Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest
1956 (with Tonina Torrielli)
Succeeded by
Nunzio Gallo
with Corde della mia chitarra