Volturno

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Volturno

(Italian volˈturno)
n
(Placename) a river in S central Italy, flowing southeast and southwest to the Tyrrhenian Sea: scene of a battle (1860) during the wars for Italian unity, in which Garibaldi defeated the Neapolitans; German line of defence during World War II. Length: 175 km (109 miles)

Vol•tur•no

(voʊlˈtʊər noʊ, vɒl-)

n.
a river in S central Italy, flowing from the Apennines into the Tyrrhenian Sea. 110 mi. (175 km) long.