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Riviera is an Italian term originally from the Middle Ages for the coast of Liguria. The term is now more generally applied to any coastal area popular with tourists, particularly in warm areas. The two divisions of the original Riviera, both of which border the Ligurian Sea, are:

  • Italian Riviera, that part of the coast of Italy between La Spezia and the frontier with France, at Ventimiglia.
  • French Riviera, that part of the coast of France between the frontier with Spain and the environs of Monaco, in the eastern part of the Alpes Maritimes département.

Other places called Riviera include:

The following municipalities have Riviera in their names:

Riviera can also refer to:

  • Riviera (hotel and casino) ("The Riv"), a resort on the Las Vegas Strip
  • Riviera: The Promised Land, a Wonderswan Color role-playing game that was ported to Game Boy Advance and PlayStation Portable
  • Buick Riviera, a luxury car built from 1963-1999
  • Riviera Country Club, a country club in Pacific Palisades, California, notable for its golf course
  • Riviera (company), an Australian pleasure boat building company
  • Riviera Multimedia, an English blank media and storage company
  • La Spiaggia (The Riviera), a 1954 Italian movie
  • Riviera (1987 film), a 1987 made-for-television American film
  • Riviera (2005 film), a 2005 French film
  • Riviera (television), a 1991 French television series
  • "Riviera" (song), a 1956 song written by Cy Coleman and Joseph McCarthy, Jr. and performed by Mabel Mercer or Blossom Dearie
  • A model of guitar manufactured by Epiphone.
  • SS Riviera, a cruise ship


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There is more than one place called Riviera:

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Riviera: The Promised Land

Developer(s) Sting
Publisher(s) Atlus
Release date November 25, 2004 (JP)
June 28, 2005 (NA)
Genre RPG
Mode(s) Single player
Age rating(s) ESRB: T
Platform(s) WonderSwan Color
Game Boy Advance
PlayStation Portable
Media Cartridge
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough

Riviera: The Promised Land (Riviera: Yakusoku no Chi in Japan) is a unique RPG published in the US by Atlus. It is much like a traditional Adventure game, due to the unique control scheme. You do not actually control the characters movement, just which of the visible pathways to check.


1000 years ago, a war broke out between the gods of Asgard and the demons of Utgard. The war brought misery and chaos. Finally, the gods finally decided to bring the war to an end so they broke an ancient taboo summoning winged reapers called Grim Angels carrying weapons called Diviners.

The war was brought to an end and the Demons were sealed but the gods were soon to follow. Before vanishing, the gods left all their knowledge and power in the heavenly isle of Riviera for the inhabitants to keep.

1000 years later signs of demons have returned and without the gods, Asgard would most likely perish. Now two angels descend to actuate the retribution and protect Asgard.

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