Castel Gandolfo

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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.
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Cas•tel Gan•dol•fo

(kɑˈstɛl gɑnˈdɔl foʊ)
a village in central Italy, 15 mi. (24 km) SE of Rome: summer palace of the pope.
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Pope Saint Paul VI was born Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini, on September 26, 1897, in Concisio, Brescia, Italy, and died on August 6, 1978, in Castel Gandolfo, Italy.
The delegation spent four days in the Vatican, during which Vice President Chen visited the Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo, which had served for centuries as a summer residence for the pope, and the Abbey of Monte Cassino, which was rebuilt after World War II and has become a symbol of peace.
CAIRO -- 2 July 2018: The historical Italian city of Viterbo witnessed the opening of Pharaonic transcripts exhibition in the headquarters of the Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo, as part of the Egyptian cultural exhibition program that will extend for six months and will tour several Italian cities.
A Castello di Serravalle, San Marino B The Doge's Palace, Venice C Castel Gandolfo Villas D Palazzo Pitti, Florence QUESTION 15 - for 15 points: Who composed the opera Dido And Aeneas?
That said, a high level of appreciation for the work of Gadamer is reflected in an incident that took place at Castel Gandolfo, where Gadamer was a guest at one of the summer conferences organized by John Paul II.
CASTEL GANDOLFO, ITALY * Pope Francis is shunning the expansive papal summer palace in Castel Gandolfo for the third time since 2013, a choice that is causing frustration among locals who rely on the tourists a papal visit brings.
Amman, May 11 (Petra) -- An olive tree stands tall and green in the Vatican gardens at Castel Gandolfo, bearing witness to a deep-rooted and special relationship between Jordan and the Holy See, spanning many decades.
He leaves the Vatican, flying in a helicopter to Castel Gandolfo. Cardinals from across the world gather in the secret conclave, and thousands speculate and wait for a smoke signal to announce the new leader of the church.
"About the very sad news that has come unfortunately from Egypt: I wish to address my prayers to the victims, their families, the wounded and to those who are suffering," the pontiff said during a blessing at Castel Gandolfo, the summer papal residence near Rome.
In the news POPE Paul VI dies in Castel Gandolfo. 20,000 people attend his funeral in Rome.