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The Royal Palace of Caserta is a former royal residence for the Bourbon kings of Naples. It was the largest palace and one of the largest buildings erected in Europe during the 18th century. During World War II the palace the HQ of the Supreme Allied Commander. In April 1945 German forces in Italy signed their unconditional of forces at the palace. In 1997 the palace was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

   

Caserta

Some of the vintage furniture displayed at the Royal Palace of Caserta.

Some of the vintage furniture displayed at the Royal Palace of Caserta.
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Some of the many statues displayed as a part of the fountain in the park of the Royal Palace of Caserta.

Some of the many statues displayed as a part of the fountain in the park of the Royal Palace of Caserta.
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One of the many extremely beautiful ceiling paintings at the Royal Palace of Caserta.

One of the many extremely beautiful ceiling paintings at the Royal Palace of Caserta.
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The part of the park at the Royal Palace of Caserta which is the furthest away from the palace itself.

The part of the park at the Royal Palace of Caserta which is the furthest away from the palace itself.
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One of the many extremely beautiful chandeliers at the Royal Palace of Caserta.

One of the many extremely beautiful chandeliers at the Royal Palace of Caserta.
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Some of the many statues displayed as a part of the fountain in the park of the Royal Palace of Caserta.

Some of the many statues displayed as a part of the fountain in the park of the Royal Palace of Caserta.
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