[suh-ren-toh; Italian sawr-ren-taw]
- a seaport in SW Italy, on the Bay of Naples: resort; cathedral; ancient ruins.
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Examples from the Web for sorrento
Indeed, they take place from Sorrento to Venice with disturbing frequency.Francesco Schettino, the Costa Concordia’s Daredevil Captain
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My grandmother is from Naples so I spent every summer of my childhood traveling between Capri, Sorrento, and the Amalfi Coast.Fresh Picks
January 5, 2010
Gaspar Poussin's storms.Rome, and among the hills of Sorrento.Modern Painters Volume I (of V)
Two years they were at Santa Margherita, one year at Sorrento.
The distant coast, where dreams Sorrento, was becoming clearer every moment.
The Count, however, had never referred to their parting at Sorrento.
I had an idea he might have gone back to Sorrento to his piano and his books and his fishing.A Set of Six
- a port in SW Italy, in Campania on a mountainous peninsula between the Bay of Naples and the Gulf of Salerno: a resort since Roman times. Pop: 16 536 (2001)
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