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Poz·zuo·li

 (pōt-swō′lē)
A city of southern Italy west of Naples on the Bay of Pozzuoli, a section of the Bay of Naples. The city was founded by Greek exiles c. 529 bc and was an important commercial center during the Roman Empire.

Pozzuoli

(Italian potˈtswɔːli)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Italy, in Campania on the Gulf of Pozzuoli (an inlet of the Bay of Naples): in a region of great volcanic activity; founded in the 6th century bc by the Greeks. Pop: 78 754 (2001)

Poz•zuo•li

(pɒtˈswoʊ li)

n.
a seaport in SW Italy, near Naples. 70,350.
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