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Comune Di Trentola
Naples

The Comune in Trentola Ducenta a  small town near the larger city of Aversa and just a short distance from Naples, Italy. Trentola Ducenta is quiet rural town for the most part but home to a one of the many small "US Style" shopping centers or malls know as the "Jambo".

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