Catanzaro


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Catanzaro

(kätändzä`rō), city (1991 pop. 96,614), capital of Catanzaro prov. and of Calabria, S Italy, on a hill above the Ionian Sea. It is a commercial center, with flour mills and distilleries. Employment opportunities there are limited, and the per capita income is low. Founded (10th cent.) by the Byzantines, Catanzaro was famous (11th–17th cent.) for its velvets and damasks.

Catanzaro

 

a city in southern Italy, in Calabria, capital ofCatanzaro Province. Population, 83, 000 (1970). Catanzaro is arailroad junction with a port (Marina di Catanzaro) on the coastof the Gulf of Squillace in the Ionian Sea. It has food, woodworking, metalworking, and textile industries; pottery is also produced.

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