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Originally appearing in Volume V05, Page 290 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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CAPRERA, an island off the N.E. coast of Sardinia, about 1 m. in length. It is connected by a bridge with La Maddalena. Its chief interest lies in its connexion with Garibaldi, who first established himself there in 1854, and died there on the 2nd of June 1882. His tomb is visited on this anniversary by Italians from all parts. Roman remains, including a bust of Maximian, have been found upon the island.
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CAPRAIA (anc. Capraria, from Lat. capra, wild-goat)...
CAPRI (anc. Capreae)

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