Ajaccio

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A·jac·cio

 (ä-yä′chō)
A city of western Corsica, France, on the Gulf of Ajaccio, an inlet of the Mediterranean Sea. Ajaccio was the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte.

Ajaccio

(əˈdʒætsɪˌəʊ; -ˈdʒeɪ-)
n
(Placename) the capital of Corsica, a port on the W coast. Pop: 64 432 (2007)

A•jac•cio

(ɑˈyɑt tʃɔ)

n.
a seaport on the W coast of Corsica: the birthplace of Napoleon I. 54,089.
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Ajaccio

[əˈʒætʃɪəʊ] NAjaccio m
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Fesch died 175 years ago this month and left a will bequeathing 1,000 pictures to an academy of fine art due to open in Ajaccio, Corsica, where he had been born in 1763.
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Born on August 15, 1769, at Ajaccio, Corsica, Napoleon proved to be a great general, winning many battles for France, but suffered his greatest defeat at Waterloo at the hands of Allied forces under the command of the Duje of Wellington.