Soveria Mannelli

Soveria Mannelli, (Catanzaro)

Soveria Mannelli is a town and comune in the province of Catanzaro, in the Calabria region of southern Italy. Geography The town is bordered by Bianchi (CS), Carlopoli, Colosimi, Decollatura, Gimigliano, Pedivigliano. History On 30 August 1860, a Sicilian army under General Ghio was disbanded in Soveria Mannelli. This was an important event in the Expedition of the Thousand, which allowed Giuseppe Garibaldi to capture Naples eight days later. Famous citizens Rosario Rubbettino (1941–2000), the Italian publisher, was born in the town. Notes and references Mario Felice Marasco, Soveria Mannelli e il suo territorio, Notizie e dati tratti dagli appunti di Ivone Sirianni, San Vito al Tagliamento: Tipografia Sanvitese Ellerani, 1969 Mario Gallo, Soveria Mannelli, Saggi e documentazione storica, Cosenza: Due Emme, 1991

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