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Ronchetto sul Naviglio —  Quartiere of Milan  — Country  Italy Region Lombardy Province Milan Comune Milan Zone 6 Time zone CET (UTC+1)  - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Ronchetto sul Naviglio is a district ("quartiere") of Milan, Italy, part of the Zone 6 administrative division of the city. Before being annexed to Milan (in 1923), it has been an autonomous comune until 1870, and a frazione of Buccinasco between 1870 and 1923. Ronchetto is probably named after an ancient cascina (farmhouse) by that name; in turn, the name of the cascina is derived from the Lombard word ronch, which refers to different types of cultivated areas.[1] The original structure of the once rural settlement of Ronchetto is almost completely unrecognizable in the modern district, which has experienced a massive urbanization process in the 20th century and is now seamlessly connected to the urban agglomeration of Milan. A landmark of Ronchetto is a modern, 700 m long bridge that crosses both the Naviglio Grande canal and the Milan-Mortara railway, connecting Ronchetto to the Giambellino-Lorenteggio district. The district has been experiencing a long period of decay and is often described as a degraded area.[2] The Duomo Connection trial of the late 1980s has revealed a relevant activity of the mafia in the district.[3] Ronchetto sul Naviglio is also remembered as the scene of a battle between Italian partisans and the German army, occurred on 25 April 1945, i.e., the very day when Italy proclaimed its liberation from the German rule. Footnotes ^ See P. Boselli, Toponimi lombardi, SugarCo, Milan 1977, p. 242; and F. Cherubini, Vocabolario milanese-italiano, volume 4, Regia Stamperia, Milan 1843, p. 73 ^ Il degrado ambientale nel quartiere Barona-Ronchetto sul Naviglio (in Italian) ^ See P. Colaprico and L. Fazzo, Duomo Connection, Sisifo, Siena 1991 v · d · e Administrative divisions of Milan Zone 1 Brera • Centro Storico • Conca del Naviglio • Guastalla • Porta Sempione • Porta Tenaglia Zone 2 Adriano • Crescenzago • Gorla • Greco • Loreto • Maggiolina • Mandello • Mirabello • Ponte Seveso • Porta Nuova • Precotto • Stazione Centrale • Turro • Villaggio dei Giornalisti Zone 3 Casoretto • Cimiano • Città Studi • Dosso • Lambrate • Ortica • Porta Monforte • Porta Venezia • Quartiere Feltre • Rottole Zone 4 Acquabella • Calvairate • Castagnedo • Cavriano • Forlanini • Gamboloita • La Trecca • Monluè • Morsenchio • Nosedo • Omero • Ponte Lambro • Porta Vittoria • Porta Romana • Rogoredo • San Luigi • Santa Giulia • Taliedo • Triulzo Superiore Zone 5 Basmetto • Cantalupa • Case Nuove • Chiaravalle • Chiesa Rossa • Conca Fallata • Fatima • Gratosoglio • Le Terrazze • Macconago • Missaglia • Morivione • Porta Lodovica • Porta Vigentina • Quintosole • Ronchetto delle Rane • San Gottardo • Selvanesco • Stadera • Torretta • Vaiano Valle • Vigentino Zone 6 Arzaga • Barona • Boffalora • Cascina Bianca • Conchetta • Creta • Foppette • Giambellino-Lorenteggio • Lodovico il Moro • Moncucco • Porta Genova • Porta Ticinese • Ronchetto sul Naviglio • San Cristoforo • Sant'Ambrogio • Teramo • Villa Magentino • Villaggio dei Fiori Zone 7 Assiano • Baggio • Figino • Fopponino • Forze Armate • Harar • La Maddalena • Muggiano • Porta Magenta • Quartiere degli Olmi • Quarto Cagnino • Quinto Romano • San Siro • Valsesia • Vercellese Zone 8 Boldinasco • Bullona • Cagnola • Campo dei Fiori • Cascina Triulza • Comina • Fiera • Gallaratese • Garegnano • Ghisolfa • Lampugnano • Musocco • Porta Volta • Portello • Quarto Oggiaro • QT8 • Roserio • San Leonardo • Trenno • Varesina • Vialba • Villapizzone Zone 9 Affori • Bicocca • Bovisa • Bovisasca • Bruzzano • Ca' Granda • Centro Direzionale • Comasina • Dergano • Fulvio Testi • Isola • La Fontana • Montalbino • Niguarda • Porta Garibaldi • Porta Nuova • Prato Centenaro • Segnano This article on a location in the Province of Milan is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e Coordinates: 45°26′22″N 9°07′39″E / 45.43944°N 9.1275°E / 45.43944; 9.1275