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Frattamaggiore is located in Italy
Location of Frattamaggiore in Italy
Coordinates: 40°56′N 14°17′E / 40.933°N 14.283°E / 40.933; 14.283Coordinates: 40°56′N 14°17′E / 40.933°N 14.283°E / 40.933; 14.283
Country Italy
Region Campania
Metropolitan city Naples (NA)
 • Mayor Marco Antonio Del Prete (Democratic Party (Italy))
 • Total 5.32 km2 (2.05 sq mi)
Elevation 44 m (144 ft)
Population (31 August 2017)[1]
 • Total 29,929
 • Density 5,600/km2 (15,000/sq mi)
Demonym(s) Frattesi
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code 80027
Dialing code 081
Patron saint St. Sosius
Saint day 23 September
Website Official website

Frattamaggiore (locally also known as Fratta) is a comune in the Metropolitan City of Naples, Campania, Italy. It is located 15 kilometers north of Naples and 15 kilometers southwest of Caserta. It was awarded the title of "City of art" in 2008 and named Benedictine city in 1997.

It is located in the Naples hinterland. It is bordered by the comuni of Afragola, Cardito, Crispano, Frattaminore, Grumo Nevano, and Sant'Arpino.


The first records of Frattamaggiore date to 921 AD, although the area was probably settled in pre-Roman times. The people of Atella built a watchtower in response to the Vandal invasion of 455 AD, around which refugees from Miseno settled when their town was razed by the Saracens; here they also built a Catholic temple in honour of Sossius, now the patron saint of Frattamaggiore.


Frattamaggiore is served by:


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