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Cas·tel Gan·dol·fo

 (kä-stĕl′ gän-dōl′fō)
A town of central Italy southeast of Rome. It is the site of the papal summer residence.

Cas•tel Gan•dol•fo

(kɑˈstɛl gɑnˈdɔl foʊ)
n.
a village in central Italy, 15 mi. (24 km) SE of Rome: summer palace of the pope.
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John Paul II hangs in the Vatican in Castelgandolfo and his portrait of Pope Benedict XVI hangs in the Vatican in Rome.
After Feb 28, he will move to Castelgandolfo, the pope's summer residence near Rome and eventually transfer to a former monastery within Vatican territory.
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The clubhouse at Castelgandolfo Country Club on the outskirts of Rome is housed in a beautiful villa called La Pavona built as a summer residence for The Pope, and the course is built in the crater of an extinct volcano.
Describing the discussions in Castelgandolfo as "cordial", the Vatican thanked the king for the welcome given to numerous Christian immigrants.
43) Benedict XVI's interview with Bayerische Rundfunk, Deutsche Welle, ZDF, and Vatican Radio at his summer residence at Castelgandolfo on August 5, 2006 was conducted in German and translated by the Vatican: http://www.
which were considered offensive to the sensibility of Muslims,'' he told pilgrims at his Castelgandolfo summer residence.
He was secretly consecrated a bishop in April 1977 in Castelgandolfo by Cardinal Josyf Slipy, his predecessor as head of the Ukranian Greek Catholic church, but the act was not recognized by Paul VI's Vatican, anxious not to upset the Russian Orthodox church or the Soviets.
He was in Rome and met the Pope outside the papal summer residence at Castelgandolfo.
During a recent visit to Rome, Fr Jimmy Thomas met Pope John Paul II at the Papal summer residence, Castelgandolfo.
Pope John Paul joined in commemorating the victims at his private chapel in his summer residence at Castelgandolfo, south of Rome in Italy.
John Paul was at his summer home at Castelgandolfo and said: