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Frattamaggiore (locally also known as Fratta) is a comune in the Province of Naples, Campania, Italy. It is located 15 kilometers north of Naples and 15 kilometers southwest of Caserta, on the borders of the agro aversano.

Population: 29,822

Latitude: 40° 56' 22.96" N
Longitude: 14° 16' 23.84" E

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