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Serravalle is term of topography, meaning "place where the valley narrows", and less often meaning a fortification. It is a common placename in Italian speaking regions.
Or it may refer to specific places:
- in Italy
- Serravalle a Po, in Mantua Province
- Serravalle di Chienti, in Macerata Province
- Serravalle Langhe, in Cuneo Province
- Serravalle Pistoiese, in Pistoia Province; the commune also includes the frazioni of Serravalle Scalo and Ponte di Serravalle
- Serravalle Scrivia, in Alessandria Province
- Serravalle Sesia, in Vercelli Province
- Castello di Serravalle, in Bologna Province
- Serravalle (Vittorio Veneto), a district of Vittorio Veneto
- There are small settlements called Serravalle in the communes of Ala, Asti, Berra, Bibbiena, Filattiera, Ortonovo, Piasco, and Varano de' Melegari
- Serravalle di Carda and Valdara di Serravalle, both in the commune of Apecchio
- Serravalle di Norcia and Casali di Serravalle, both in the commune of Norcia
- in San Marino
- in Switzerland
- Serravalle, Switzerland, a municipality in the canton of Ticino
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