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Nicastro

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Nicastro was a small town in the province of Catanzaro, in the Calabria region of southern Italy.

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Google previewA Tour Through the Southern Provinces of the Kingdom of Naples (1821)

by Keppel Richard Craven

Nicastro is a straggling town of 5000 inhabitants, the seat of a bishop, and a Sott' Intendente. Its houses are mean, and all of them roofed with the brightest red tiles, which presented novel, but by no means pleasing objects. A ruined castle on a conical hill, rising from amidst all these modern constructions, appeared much more in unison with the wildness of the surrounding scene, U U 2 SOUTHERN PROVINCES OF NAPLES. 331.

Google previewA Tour through the Southern Provinces of the Kingdom of Naples ... To which is subjoined a sketch of the immediate circumstances attending the late revolution. [With plates, including maps.] (1821)

by Keppel Richard CRAVEN (Hon.)

Nicastro is a straggling town of 5000 inhabitants, the seat of a bishop, and a Sott Intendente. Its houses are mean, and all of them roofed with the brightest red tiles , which presented novel, but by no means pleasing objects. A ruined castle on a ...

Google previewThe Monthly Review (1832)

by Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths

Nicastro is a large well built town, situated at the entrance of Hither Calabria. The woody hills with which it is almost surrounded, and the lofty towers of an old castle that commands it, give to the place an appearance quite romantic and picturesque. 'We have spent two days in exploring the localities of the bay, with which it is necessary that we make ourselves well acquainted. The mountains that environ it stretch out towards the sea on the one side as far as Cape Suvero, and on the ...

Google previewCalabria During a Military Residence of Three Years (1832)

In a Series of Letters by Duret de Tavel

Nicastro is a large, well built town, situated at the entrance of hither Calabria The woody hills with which it is almost surrounded, and the lofty towers of an old castle that commands it, give to the place an appearance quite romantic and picturesque. We have spent two days in exploring the localities of the bay, with which it is necessary that we make ourselves well acquainted. The mountains that environ it stretch out towards the sea on the one side as far as Cape Suvero, and on the ...

Google previewA Tour Through the Southern Provinces of the Kingdom of Naples to which is Subjoined a Sketch of the Immediate Circumstances Attending the Late Revolution by Richard Keppel Craven (1821)

by Keppel Richard Craven, Gino Doria

Nicastro is a straggling town of 5000 inhabitants, the seat of a bishop, and a Sott' Intendente. Its houses are mean, and all of them roofed with the brightest red tiles , which presented novel, but by no means pleasing objects. A ruined castle on a ...

Google previewThe Athenaeum (1832)

by James Silk Buckingham, John Sterling, Frederick Denison Maurice, Henry Stebbing, Charles Wentworth Dilke, Thomas Kibble Hervey, William Hepworth Dixon, Norman Maccoll, John Middleton Murry, Vernon Horace Rendall

Nicastro is a large, well-built town, situated at the entrance of hither Calabria. The woody hills with which it is almost surrounded, and the lofty towers of an old castle that commands it, give to the place an appearance quite romantic and picturesque. “We have spent two days in exploring the localities of the bay, with which it is necessary that we make ourselves well acquainted. The mountains that environ it stretch out towards the sea on the one side as far as Cape Suvero, and on the ...

Google previewThe Athenæum (1832)

Nicastro is a large, well-built town, situated at the entrance of hither Calabria. The woody hills \vilh which it is almost surrounded, and the lofty towers of an old castle that commands it, give to the place an appearance quite romantic and picturesque. “We have spent two days in exploring the localities of the bay, with which it is necessary that we make ourselves well acquainted. The mountains that environ it stretch out towards the sea on the one side as far as Cape Suvero, and on the ...

Google preview“The” Athenaeum (1832)

Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music and the Drama

Nicastro is a large, well-built town, situated at the entrance of hither Calabria. The woody hills with which it is almost surrounded, and the lofty towers of an old castle that commands it, give to the place an appearance quite romantic and picturesque. “We have spent two days in exploring the localities of the bay, with which it is necessary that we make ourselves well acquainted. The mountains that environ it stretch out towards the sea on the one side as far as Cape Suvero, and on the ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1823)

NICASTRO, an episcopal town of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Marine Mammals (2017)

by Bernd Würsig, J.G.M. Thewissen, Kit M. Kovacs

Nicastro, A.J., ...

Google previewA Geographical Dictionary, Or Universal Gazetteer (1817)

Ancient and Modern ... by Joseph Emerson Worcester

Eufemia, Girace, Squillace, Nicastro, and Reggio. Population Calabrita, t. Eu.Turkey, in the Morea; 33 W. Corinth, 40 E. Chiarenza. Calabrito ...

Google previewThe General Gazetteer: Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary, Etc. [With Maps.] (1762)

by Richard BROOKES (M.D.)

of Nicastro, L'on.

Google previewUniversal Gazetteer and Geographical Dictionary (1845)

More Complete Than Any Hitherto Published. With Maps by John Thomson

Nicastro. MAIDEN BRADLEY, a vil. and pa. in Wiltshire. Pop. 659. MAIDEN CREER, a river of the United States, in Pennsylvania, which joins the Schuylkill. MAlden Newtown, a to. and pa. in Dorsetshire. Pop. 520. MA (DENHEAD, a to. in Berkshire, pa. of Bray, on the Thames, ...

Google previewDictionary of Geography, Descriptive, Physical, Statistical, and Historical, Forming a Complete General Gazetteer of the World (1853)

by Alexander Keith Johnston

Nicastro. Pop. 2,600. Near this the English, under Sir J. Stuart, defeated a greatly superior French force, 4th July 1809.

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