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Is the capital of the province of Caserta in the Campania region of Italy. It is an important agricultural, commercial and industrial comune and city. Caserta is located on the edge of the Campanian plain at the foot of the Campanian Subapennine mountain range. Caserta’s main attraction is its Royal Palace (listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site). The royal palace (“Reggia”) was designed in the 18th century by the Italian architect Luigi Vanvitelli, recalling Versailles, as a residence for the Bourbon kings of Naples and Sicily. As one of the most visited monuments in Italy, the palace has more than 1200 rooms, decorated in various styles. It has been the set for several famous movies such as Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, Angels & Demons and Mission: Impossible III. The park is 3.2 km long and contains many waterfalls, lakes and gardens, as well as a very famous English garden. Wikipedia

Video 1 – Via Fulvio Renella to Duomo di San Michele Arcangelo, Piazza Duomo
Approximately 1.67 km – 1.04 miles

The walk starts in Via Fulvio Renella – Piazza Sant’Anna – Santuario di Sant’Anna, Piazza Sant’Anna – Via Giuseppe Verdi – Via Cesare Battisti – Via Roma – Via Cesare Battisti – Piazza Dante – Corso Trieste – Via Giuseppe Mazzini – Via Alessio Simmaco Mazzocchi – Via Giuseppe Mazzini – Via Franco Ferrante – Via Giuseppe Mazzini – Via del Redentore – Piazza Duomo – Duomo di San Michele Arcangelo, Piazza Duomo

Video 2 – Via S. Carlo to Via Giuseppe Verdi
Approximately 2.68 km – 1.66 miles

The walk starts in Via S. Carlo – Via Vincenzo Crispo – Via S. Carlo – Via Michele Ferrara – Via S. Carlo – Chiesa di Montevergine, Via S. Carlo – Viale Medaglie D’Oro – Via S. Carlo – Via Generale Alberto Pollio – Piazza Luigi Vanvitelli – Via Giuseppe Mazzini – Via del Redentore – Via Giuseppe Mazzini – Corso Trieste – Sacrario dei Caduti dell’Aeronautica, Piazza Antonio Gramsci – Piazza Carlo Terzo – Viale Giulio Douhet – Piazza Carlo III – Piazza Garibaldi Giuseppe – Via Giuseppe Verdi

Video 3 – La Reggia di Caserta ed il Parco Reale

Video 4 – Giardino Inglese, La Reggia di Caserta ed il Parco Reale