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It has been so named since the 16th century, but was previously called the Lago di San Giulio, after Saint Julius (4th century), the patron saint of the region. Its southern end is about by rail, to the northwest of Novara on the main Turin-Milan line, while its north end is about by rail south of the Gravellona-Toce railway station, halfway between Ornavasso and Omegna.
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