Trombetta

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Trombetta is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Cristian Trombetta is an Argentine footballer currently plying for Us Anconitana in Italy.

Ezechiele Trombetta was an Italian sculptor.

Luigi Trombetta (1820–1900) was an Italian cardinal.

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