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Giffoni Valle Piana

Giffoni Valle Piana, (Salerno)

Giffoni Valle Piana is a town and comune in the province of Salerno in the Campania region of south-west Italy. Economy is mostly based on agriculture, with the presence of a small number of light industries and services firms. History Giffoni area was the seat of the ancient town of Picenza, which was destroyed two times by the Romans in the course of their conquest of southern Italy. Geography The town is situated in an hill zone by the Picentini mountains. The municipality is extended from the urban and industrial area between Salerno and Pontecagnano to the mountain range at the borders with the Province of Avellino. It borders with the municipalities of Acerno, Calvanico, Giffoni Sei Casali, Montecorvino Pugliano, Montecorvino Rovella, Montella, Pontecagnano Faiano, Salerno, San Cipriano Picentino and Serino. Giffoni is divided into 14 frazioni and Mercato, commonly also identified simply as Giffoni Valle Piana, is the administrative seat. The other parisehs are Catelde, Chiaravallisi, Chieve, Curti, Curticelle, Ornito, San Giovanni, Santa Caterina, Santa Maria a Vico, Sardone, Sovvieco, Terravecchia and Vassi. Giffoni Film Festival From 1971 the town hosts the biggest international children's film festival of the world. People from Giffoni Valle Piana Pierpaolo Cavaliero is a songwriter, pornoattor Italy See also Monti Picentini Giffoni Sei Casali References External links Media related to Giffoni Valle Piana at Wikimedia Commons Official website (Italian)

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