Sapri, (Salerno)
Sapri is a town and comune in the province of Salerno in the Campania region of south-western Italy. It is one of the southernmost towns of the region of Cilento and its population is 6,809.HistoryIt was here in June–July 1857 that the republican revolutionary Carlo Pisacane brought the Sapri expedition. Pisacane and about 300 of his companions were killed in the suppression of the expedition.GeographyThe town is a port on Tyrrhenian Sea, located in the southern part of Campania, close to the border with Basilicata. The town is far 10 km from Maratea (PZ), 8 km from Policastro Bussentino and almost 100 km from Salerno.DemographicsTwin towns Ripatransone, ItalyGallerySee alsoCilentoSapri CalcioCilentan CoastReferencesExternal links(Italian) Comune of Sapri(Italian) Pro Loco Sapri(Italian) website