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Spezzano Albanese

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Spezzano Albanese (Arbëreshë: Spixan) is a municipality in the Province of Cosenza, Calabria, southern Italy. It is located on a 320-high hill commanding the plain of Sibari and the Esaro river valley. It originated from Albanian emigration in the 15th century. Sights include the archaeological site of Torre Mordillo, whose excavated Bronze Age remains and a necropolis dating from the 18th century BC up to the early Hellenistic Age; the Torre Scribla what remains of a Norman fortress originally including two towers; and the Sanctuary of Madonna delle Grazie, a Catholic from the 16th century. References Sources Serra, Alessandro (1987). Spezzano Albanese nelle vicende storiche sue e dell'Italia (1470 - 1945). Spezzano Albanese: Edizioni Trimograf. External links Linguistical Portal of Spezzano Albanese (Italian) (English) (Albanian)

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