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Caserta is known as the "Versailles of Naples" because of the Royal Palace built by the Bourbon King (Charles III) in the 18th Century. The enchanting palace overlooking the huge square is one of the most sumptuous buildings in Italy. It has over 1,200 rooms and his full of chandeliers, richly gilded frescos, tapestries and history. In 1945 it was the headquarters of the Supreme Command of the Allied Force in the Mediterranean. The extraordinary gardens are 3 km long and their crowning glory is the great cascade, a 75 meters high waterfall which can be clearly seen from the palace.