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18th-Century Royal Palace at Caserta with the Park, the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli, and the San Leucio Complex
This important agricultural, commercial and industrial town stands on the edges of the Campanian plain, at the foot of the first slopes of the Campanian Subapennines. Everyone knows it as the city of the palace, the sumptuous residence which wonderfully epitomises the luxury of the Bourbon kings: but this is not the only point of interest in the city, which grew very rapidly within a 19th-c. centre built on a linear plan. Caserta really came into being because of its magnificent Royal palace: before the palace was constructed there, the city was only a small farming town, which grew over time until it had attracted all the inhabitants of the ancient Casertavecchia.
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