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Rialto

Rialto, city (1990 pop. 72,388), San Bernardino co., S Calif., a residential suburb of San Bernardino; inc. 1911. The city has greatly expanded as a result of the economic and demographic growth of the southern California area. Manufactures include food and beverages, fabricated structural metal, travel trailers, concrete products, and roofing systems.

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Rialto

Rialto an island in Venice, containing the old mercantile quarter of medieval Venice; the Rialto Bridge, completed in 1591, crosses the Grand Canal between Rialto and San Marco islands.

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