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The province of Caserta extends for about 2639.38 sq km of Campania, is located in the northwestern part of the region, and counts 104 municipalities. The territory of Caserta is composed mostly of flat areas and subappenninici reliefs of limestone and volcanic nature.

Acronyms: CE Population: 924,414 inhabitants (01/01/2016-ISTAT) Density: 348.66 ab./km²

 

 

 

The province of Caserta is known all over the world to host one of the most famous monuments in Europe realized in the likeness of the palace of Versailles, is the palace of Caserta. UNESCO heritage and an undeniably beautiful building, the palace is surrounded by a vast park with Italian and English fountains and gardens. On the territory of Caserta is not the only palace, the real estate of Carditello, in fact, housed a dynamic farm, well designed in building infrastructure and well organized in the farms of fine breeds of horses, in the production and Marketing of agricultural and dairy products. The Palace of Carditello, located about 4 km west of the town of San-T. T., halfway between Naples and Caserta is a sober and elegant architectural complex of neoclassical style, designed by Charles of Bourbon to place for hunting and horse breeding and then Transformed by the will of Ferdinand IV of Bourbon into a farm model for the cultivation of wheat and the breeding of fine breeds of horses and cattle. Worthy of visit and great suggestion is the village of Caserta Vecchia, with its Duomo, the bell tower, the remains of the castle and the streets reminiscent of the splendour of the past, to be lived especially during the events Folkoristiche as "The Return of the Knights In the village "and" September to the village ", which take place annually in the summer time.

The manufacturing tradition of San Leucio is historical and ancient. Purchased by Charles III of Bourbon, to make it a hunting reserve, Subsequently, Ferdinand IV established a factory for silk manufacture known throughout the world until the establishment of the San Leucio Colony and the promulgation of a special code of laws.

Among the primates of this territory we can not forget the Carolingian aqueduct built to bring water from the springs of the fizz to the waterways of the royal Palace of Caserta. It was a work of extraordinary workmanship. The calculations of Vanvitelli and his collaborators and the skill of the workers had allowed to overcome all the difficulties, especially that of being able to give the duct an average gradient of only half a millimeter per metre of path. The work still today is a masterpiece of the Igenieria destination of many tourists even for its majesty.

All municipalities of the province of CASERTA (in alphabetical order):

Ailano Alife Alvignano Arienzo Aversa Bay and Latina Bellona Caianello Caiazzo The resurrected Bald Camigliano Gate and Arno Capodrise Pizza Capua Carinaro Carinola Casagiove Casal di Principe Casaluce Casapesenna Casapulla Caserta Rome Castel di Sasso Castel Malu Castel Volturno Castle of Matese Cellole Matterhorn Cesa Ciorlano Conca della Campania Curti Dragoni Mowing the Mass Fontegreca Formicola Francolise Frignano Gallo Matese Galluccio Janus Ancient Joy Samnite Grazzanise Gricignano of Aversa Letino Free Lusciano Naples Maddaloni Marcianise Don Appio Majors Monte Lungo Mondragone Orta di Atela Wall Pastorano Monte Verna Plain From Pietramelara Pietravairano Major Pape Pontelatone Porch of Caserta The Samnite Pratella Presenzano Raviscanina Recale Riardo Rocca d ' Evander Roccamonfina Roccaromana Rocchetta and Cross Ruviano San Cipriano San Felice a gate San Gregorio Matese San Marcellin St. Mark the Evangelist St. Nicholas the Road St. Peter finally San Sannitico San Pasion San T Sant'Angelo d ' Alife Sant'Arpino Santa Maria a Vico Santa Maria Capua Santa Maria la Fossa Sessa Aurunca Sparanise Succivo Teano Teverola Tora and Piccilli Trento-Ducenta Vairano Patenora Agricultural Valley The Valley Villa di Briana From Vitulazio

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