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Genoa, or Genova in Italian, is a city in northern Italy.


In 1511, Ottoman Assassins sent from Constantinople by Ezio Auditore da Firenze eliminated a corrupt Genoese banker, who had been funneling money to French interests while claiming to be robbed on numerous occasions.

Andrea Doria, as a captain in the Genoese navy, fought to defend the city from French troops. Aided by the Ottoman Assassins, they took over Genoa from Templar control, later restoring and expanding the city, as well as installing several Assassin Dens.[1]

The Republic of Genoa ruled Corsica until 1755, when the islanders achieved independence following a rebellion that lasted 26 years.[2]


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