Circo Americano (American Circus, Flavio Togni) in Italy


Circo Americano (American Circus, Flavio Togni)
Typecircus
Founded1963
AddressFam.Togni, Circo Americano, Via Germania
PlaceVerona
CountryItaly
Websitehttp://www.american-circus.com/
Random literature
Description

Circo Americano (American Circus, Flavio Togni), located at Fam.Togni, Circo Americano, Via Germania, in Verona, in Italy, was founded in 1963.

At Circo Americano (American Circus, Flavio Togni) lives 2 elephants with records in this database: (detail list)

  1. Gitta (Geeta)
  2. ,
  3. Rebecca
  4. ,


Comments / pictures

Willy Togni, son of Ferdinando Togni, with his brothers Enis and Bruno, was the founder in 1963 of Circo Americano.
Willy was considered one of the greatest elephant trainers of the last generation. In 1963 in Torino he presented with Gunther Gebel a group of 26 elephants.
Willy was the teacher of his nephew Flavio.
Willys sons are Marco and Loris.




1995-11-01: An elephant trainer in Rome, Italy with the Togni Circus was killed by one of their Asian elephants. The elephants had been purchased by Togni from Bennewels, a Danish Circus.


References for records about Circo Americano (American Circus, Flavio Togni)

Recommended Citation

Koehl, Dan (2020). Circo Americano (American Circus, Flavio Togni), Elephant Encyclopedia. Available online at https://www.elephant.se/location2.php?location_id=806. (archived at the Wayback machine)


Search more with Google for Circo Americano (American Circus, Flavio Togni)


Search more on the Internet Web for Circo Americano (American Circus, Flavio Togni)

Categoriescircus in Italy | Italy portal



This document was updated: 2020-10-30 07:03:11


Elephant Encyclopedia and database
ELEPHANT
ENCYCLOPEDIA

Established 1995
ELEPHANT
DATABASE
Established 2006
Search for keywords
Your ip: 100.24.122.117