Anzio

noun a town of central Italy on the Tyrrhenian Sea; the Allies established a beachhead at Anzio in World War II
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Anzio

Anzio (än'tsyō) , Lat. Antium, town (1991 pop. 33,497), in Latium, central Italy, on the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is a seaside resort with a fishing industry. A Volscian town, it was captured by Rome in 341 B.C. and became a favorite resort of the Romans. Nero and Caligula were born there; ...
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Anzio

Port and resort on the west coast of Italy in Lazio region, 57 km/36 mi southeast of Rome; population (2001) 37,000. Fishing is an important industry, and it is the ferry point for the Pontine Islands. The resort is a popular watersports centre; the Festa del Moree sailing races take place here in June. The town was the birthplace of th...
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Anzio

The USS Anzio was an American Casablanca Class light fleet aircraft carrier of 6730 tons displacement launched in 1943. The USS Anzio had a top speed of 18 knots and carried a complement of 800 and about 30 aircraft. She was armed with one 5 inch gun and twenty-four 20 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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Anzio

town, Roma province, Lazio (Latium) region, Italy, on a peninsula jutting into the Tyrrhenian Sea. Of uncertain origin, it was founded, according to ... [1 related articles]
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