noun, plural Cam·pa·gne [kam-pahn-yey, kuh m-; Italian kahm-pah-nye] /kæmˈpɑn yeɪ, kəm-; Italian kɑmˈpɑ nyɛ/ for 2.
Origin of Campagna
Examples from the Web for campagna
Almost all extended to the mountains which surround the Campagna, even reaching a length of forty-two Roman miles.History of Ancient Art|Franz von Reber
A grand procession soon made its appearance, issuing out of one of the city gates, and holding its way across the Campagna.Gerald Fitzgerald|Charles James Lever
It will not be unprofitable in this connection to consider the history of the Roman Campagna.The Dwelling House|George Vivian Poore
"It is the gipsy of the Campagna," he said at the same moment.Margaret Capel, v. 2 of 3|Ellen Wallace
Most of them lived in the villages and small towns, which in those times were thickly sprinkled over the slopes of the Campagna.