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Pietradefusi —  Comune  — Comune di Pietradefusi Pietradefusi Location of Pietradefusi in Italy Coordinates: 41°03′N 14°53′E / 41.05°N 14.883°E / 41.05; 14.883Coordinates: 41°03′N 14°53′E / 41.05°N 14.883°E / 41.05; 14.883 Country Italy Region Campania Province Avellino (AV) Frazioni Dentecane, Sant'Angelo a Cancelli, Sant'Elena Irpina, Pappaceci Government  - Mayor Giulio Belmonte Area  - Total 9 km2 (3.5 sq mi) Elevation 400 m (1,312 ft) Population (January 1, 2008)  - Total 2,524  - Density 280.4/km2 (726.3/sq mi) Time zone CET (UTC+1)  - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Postal code 83030 Dialing code 0825 Patron saint San Faustino Website Official website Pietradefusi is a comune in the province of Avellino, Campania, Italy. History According to some scholars, Pietradefusi lies on the site of the ancient Fusolae, a town cited by Livy as an allied of Hannibal during the Punic Wars, and which was later destroyed by the Romans. The origins of the town are medieval (cited first from 1298) and it was fiefdom of many noble families such as the De Souzi, the De Tocco and the Acquaviva, but was also governed a long time by the Santa Casa dell'Annunziata of Naples. The Jesuits remember the town because one of their generals Claudio of Aragona, was born here in the times of Francesco Borgia. Cardinal Niccolò Coscia was born here. Main sights and cultural events The Medieval Tower, located in the highest point of the town, was built in 1431 by Giacomo de Tocco. Around the Tower around the first dwellings rose. The church of Collegiata (1700). The facade is from 1596. Ruined during the French occupation in 1799, it was rebuilt in 1827. The church of St. Paulus (1800) situated in the center of Dentecane. According to the tradition, the church of S. Apollinare and S. Spirito (no more existing) housed frescoes by Giotto. Pietradefusi hosts is a Cinema Festival in September. v · d · eCampania · Comuni of the Province of Avellino Aiello del Sabato · Altavilla Irpina · Andretta · Aquilonia · Ariano Irpino · Atripalda · Avella · Avellino · Bagnoli Irpino · Baiano · Bisaccia · Bonito · Cairano · Calabritto · Calitri · Candida · Caposele · Capriglia Irpina · Carife · Casalbore · Cassano Irpino · Castel Baronia · Castelfranci · Castelvetere sul Calore · Cervinara · Cesinali · Chianche · Chiusano di San Domenico · Contrada · Conza della Campania · Domicella · Flumeri · Fontanarosa · Forino · Frigento · Gesualdo · Greci · Grottaminarda · Grottolella · Guardia Lombardi · Lacedonia · Lapio · Lauro · Lioni · Luogosano · Manocalzati · Marzano di Nola · Melito Irpino · Mercogliano · Mirabella Eclano · Montaguto · Montecalvo Irpino · Montefalcione · Monteforte Irpino · Montefredane · Montefusco · Montella · Montemarano · Montemiletto · Monteverde · Montoro Inferiore · Montoro Superiore · Morra De Sanctis · Moschiano · Mugnano del Cardinale · Nusco · Ospedaletto d'Alpinolo · Pago del Vallo di Lauro · Parolise · Paternopoli · Petruro Irpino · Pietradefusi · Pietrastornina · Prata di Principato Ultra · Pratola Serra · Quadrelle · Quindici · Rocca San Felice · Roccabascerana · Rotondi · Salza Irpina · San Mango sul Calore · San Martino Valle Caudina · San Michele di Serino · San Nicola Baronia · San Potito Ultra · San Sossio Baronia · Santa Lucia di Serino · Santa Paolina · Sant'Andrea di Conza · Sant'Angelo a Scala · Sant'Angelo all'Esca · Sant'Angelo dei Lombardi · Santo Stefano del Sole · Savignano Irpino · Scampitella · Senerchia · Serino · Sirignano · Solofra · Sorbo Serpico · Sperone · Sturno · Summonte · Taurano · Taurasi · Teora · Torella dei Lombardi · Torre Le Nocelle · Torrioni · Trevico · Tufo · Vallata · Vallesaccarda · Venticano · Villamaina · Villanova del Battista · Volturara Irpina · Zungoli