Pierre Paul Fran·çois Ca·mille Sa·vor·gnan de [pyerpawl frahn-swaka-mee-yuhsa-vawr-nyahnduh], /pyɛr pɔl frɑ̃ˈswa kaˈmi yəsa vɔrˈnyɑ̃ də/, 1852–1905, French explorer in Africa, born in Italy.
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How to use Brazza in a sentence
He was of Italian parentage, the family name being de Brazza Savorgnani.
The greater part of the stone with which Salona was built also came from Brazza.The Shores of the Adriatic | F. Hamilton Jackson
Brazza is the largest of the Dalmatian islands, the most populous, and the richest in wine and oil.The Shores of the Adriatic | F. Hamilton Jackson
De Brazza was anxious to obtain for France some part of the Congo.