Castel Gandolfo

Castel Gandolfo

[kah-stel gahn-dawl-faw]
noun
a village in central Italy, 15 miles (24 km) SE of Rome: papal palace serving as the summer residence of the pope.
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castel gandolfo

village and castle, Rome provincia, Lazio regione, central Italy. It lies on the edge of Lake Albano, in the Alban Hills just south of Rome. Its palace is notable as the summer residence of the popes.

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