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What was Garibaldi's expedition's route?

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Garibaldi's expedition sets off in Genoa to then Tuscany. The expedition then leads to Sicily and crosses the island, then moving back onto the mainland of Italy in the south. Then, the expedition goes north to Naples, just south of Rome.

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