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Giacomo Girolamo Casanova (2 April 1725—4 June 1798) was a famous Venetian adventurer and writer. He was born in Venice. He is best known for having had many affairs with women. He died in Dux, Bohemia, (now Duchcov, Czech Republic).
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- J. Rives Childs (1988). Casanova: A New Perspective. .