Genua Sans, a modern font family, consists of senven weights (Thin, Extra Light, Light, Book, Regular, Medium, Bold) and Italic for each format. The font family “Genua Sans” was named after the beautiful Genoa city, located in the Gulf of Genoa in front of the Ligurian Sea in Italy.

Genua Sans font family

Genua Sans, a modern font family, consists of senven weights (Thin, Extra Light, Light, Book, Regular, Medium, Bold) and Italic for each format. The design of the type family, especially letterforms were inspired by the classic Renaissance Antiqua. However, the font family has several design peculiarities and ligatures. Therefore, it is recommended to try each font in its practical application to discover numerous design possibilities. The font family Genua Sans was named after the beautiful Genoa city, located in the Gulf of Genoa in front of the Ligurian Sea in Italy.

Genua Sans is the perfect font family for text, headlines, corporate design, communication design, graphic design, branding, packaging, publishing and web use. The each font contains a set of 1.040 characters. Finally, Genua Sans contains over 22 OpenType features and includes a large number of stylistic alternates.

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The Latin (Std) fonts of the Genua Sans font family contain characters for the following languages:
 Tok Pisin, Tumbuka, Afar, Afrikaans, Aymara, Breton, Bosnian, Asturian, Catalan, Corsican, Czech, Welsh, Bemba, Bikol, Danish, German, Cebuano, English, Esperanto, Spanish, Estonian, Basque, Finnish, Fijian, Faroese, French, Irish, Galician, Hungarian, Indonesian, Igbo, Icelandic, Italian, Friulian, Cornish, Hiligaynon, Latin, Luxembourgish, Ganda, Lithuanian,Latvian, Malagasy, Maori, Malay, Maltese, Dutch, Navajo, Chichewa, Karelian, Occitan, Polish, Portuguese, Quechua, Kirundi, Romanian, Kinyarwanda, Sardinian, Sango, Slovak, Samoan, Shona, Somali, Albanian, Swedish, Swahili, Tswana, Turkish, Tsonga, Tahitian, Pangasinan, Papiamento, Venda, Aromanian, Walloon, Wolof, Sicilian, Xhosa, Yoruba