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Solofra (Solofrano: Sulofra, IPA: [suˈloːfrə]) is a town and comune in the province of Avellino, in the Campania region of Southern Italy.
The town is bordered by Aiello del Sabato, Calvanico (SA), Contrada, Montoro Superiore and Serino. Its frazioni are the villages of Sant'Agata Irpina and Sant'Andrea Apostolo.
The Collegiata di San Michele Arcangelo was built in the 16th-17th centuries., and has rich interior decoration with canvases by the Guarino family, and an altarpiece of Giovanni Battista Lama.
Solofra is known as one of Italy's main centers for the tanning of leather.
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