Aversa

town and episcopal see, Campania region, southern Italy, in the fertile Campanian plain north of Naples. Founded in 1030 by the Normans, who made it ...
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Aversa

Aversa (äver'sä) , city (1991 pop. 54,032), Campania, S Italy. It is an agricultural and transportation center, noted for its sparkling white wine. It also produces shoes, mozzarella cheese, and other dairy and agricultural products. In the early 11th cent. the county of Aversa became ...
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Aversa

Aversa is a town and comune in the Province of Caserta in Campania southern Italy, about {convert|5|km|0|abbr=off} north of Naples. It is the centre of an agricultural district, the agro aversano, producing wine and cheese (famous for the typical buffalo mozzarella). Aversa is also the main seat of the faculties of Architecture and Engineering of
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Aversa

DOC (also Asprinio di Aversa) for dry white wine in the Italian region of Campania . The area includes the municipalities of Aversa, Carinaro, Casal di Principe, Casaluce, Casapesenna, Cesa, Frignano, Gricignano di Aversa, Lusciano, Orta Atella Tues, Parete, San Cipriano d&...
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