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stephenshephard Says: Only a few of the rooms of this huge palace are open to the public, but they are well worth seeing, being a mixture of opulent and grand, and charming and bizarre.My favourite room was the Hall of the Nativity Scene. The model of the stable at Bethlehem, in Italian presipio,...
The villages that make up the district around Caserta are:
Casertavecchia... ancient place of public power until the 11th century
Casolla... my great grandfather's village
Falciano... former seat of church power (16th century)
Sala di Caserta
Santa Barbara... my great grandmother's village
Updated Jul 31, 2007
You can hike up either side of the water fall to its source, but if you take either the more gentle route or the straight up the side one, do make sure that you have good gripping shoes. Apart from the water and splashes, its littered with leaf and therefore very slippery.
Updated Apr 4, 2011