Ivrea is a city and comune in Italy with 23,442 inhabitants in the metropolitan city of Turin in the Piedmont region. It is considered the "capital of Canavese"
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Located on the road leading to the Aosta Valley. Ivrea is located on the site where previously, in prehistoric times, there was a huge lake. Now there are many small lakes: Sirio (Sirio), San Michele (San Michele) and others.
During the 20th century, the city was best known as the location of the headquarters of Olivetti, one of the most famous manufacturers of typewriters, calculators, and later computers. The company currently does not exist independently, although its name is still used as a trademark. In 1970, about 90,000 people (including people from southern Italy) lived and worked in the Jewish community. When Olivetti ceased operations, the population declined by about 30 %.