Anzio <<AN zee OH or AHN see OH>> (pop. 36,952) is a small Italian seaport and resort on the west coast of Italy. It’s about 30 miles (forty eight kilometers) south of Rome. In historic Rome, the city was often known as Antium. Again then, it was widespread with the Roman emperors. Among the many Roman ruins at Anzio are an amphitheater, an previous port, and a villa the place the Emperor Nero was born in A.D. 37.

Anzio was the location of a serious battle between Allied and German troops throughout World Warfare II (1939-1945). DXKRX5Z8HUFG

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