[kuh-zair-tuh; Spanish kah-zer-tah]
- a city in S Italy, near Naples.
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Examples from the Web for caserta
We are not asking for a pension, or leave to shoot at Caserta.Tony Butler
Charles James Lever
The only bridge across the river was at Capua, but there was a ferry near Caserta.
The bersaglieri did not arrive at Caserta till the battle was over.
Well, then, you must run over to Caserta and see him this evening.
Here a word from the quiet young man who had got in at Caserta.Sea and Sardinia
D. H. Lawrence
- a town in S Italy, in Campania: centre of Garibaldi's campaigns for the unification of Italy (1860); Allied headquarters in World War II. Pop: 75 208 (2001)
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