Where Was the Radio Invented?

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The radio was initially invented in the year 1895 by an Italian called Guglielmo Marconi in Italy, and showed the possibility of radio communication. He successfully created his first radio signals and transmitted them in Italy in the year 1895.
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The radio was invented in Italy. The man that invented the radio is named Guglielmo Marconi. He was the first one to transmit audio signals.
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