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ITALY: CAMPANIA: CASERTA: קסרטה

  Region: Capital of  the Region: Other Province Capitals: Other Important Cities:
15. Campania Naples   Caserta, Benevento, Salerno, Avellino

CASERTA:||Point of Attraction||Weather||History||Population||Caserta on the NET|| 

POINT OF ATTRACTION:

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The Palace (Reggia).

Caserta Is 30 km. north of Naples, in a fertile plain. Caserta was chosen by Charles III of Bourbon as the ideal secure site for the construction of his “Versailles” of the Kingdom of Naples. 

The royal palace, around which the town later developed, was begun in 1752 and completed in 1774. The enormous stone building has 1200 rooms, arranged around 4 courtyards. The royal apartments are open to the public, and the gardens to the rear, with their beautiful fountains, are well worth a visit.

Caserta can be visited from Rome while traveling south, or as a one-day excursion from the Naples area.

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