|Città di Domodossola|
|Province||Verbano Cusio Ossola (VB)|
|Frazioni||Badulerio, Barro, Borgata Casa Delle Rane, Boschetto, Calice, Calvario, Castanedo, Cisore, Corte, Gabi Valle, Mocogna, Monteossolano, Nosere, San Quirico, Siberia, Vagna.|
|o Mayor||Lucio Pizzi|
|o Total||36.93 km2 (14.26 sq mi)|
|Elevation||272 m (892 ft)|
(31 December 2014)
|o Density||490/km2 (1,300/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|o Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
|Patron saint||Sts. Gervasius and Protasius|
|Saint day||19 June|
Domodossola (Italian pronunciation: [?d?mo'd?ssola];Lombard: Dòm) is a city and comune in the Province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, in the region of Piedmont, northern Italy. It was also known as Oscela, Oscella, Oscella dei Leponzi, Ossolo, Ossola Lepontiorum, and Domo d'Ossola (due to its position in the Ossola valley).
The city is located at the foot of the Italian Alps, and acts as a minor passenger-rail hub. Its strategic location accommodates Swiss rail passengers, and Domodossola railway station acts as an international stopping-point between Milan and Brig (a Swiss city of German language) through the Simplon Pass (Italian: Sempione). The Domodossola-Locarno railway is a line to the east across the border to Locarno.
During World War II Domodossola was part of an uprising against the Germans, whereby the valley of Ossola declared itself a free partisan republic in September 1944 and broke away from Fascist Italy. The rebellion was crushed by German troops within less than two months, but was an important symbol for anti-fascist movements within Italy until the end of the war.
Economy is mostly based on services, the working of stones, and mechanics industry. The valleys in the area contain many dams and hydroelectric plants.
Its name is widely known in Italy as part of the local spelling alphabet as the entry: "D for Domodossola".
Domodossola travel guide from Wikivoyage