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he term "casino" is a confusing linguistic false friend for translators.
Casino is of Italian origin ; the rootcasa(house) originally meant a small country villa , summerhouse , or social club . During the 19th century, the termcasinocame to include other public buildings where pleasurable activities took place; such edifices were usually built on the grounds of a larger Italian villa or palazzo , and were used to host civic town functions, including dancing, gambling, music listening, and sports; examples in Italy include Villa Farnese and Villa Giulia , and in the US the Newport Casino in Newport, Rhode Island . In modern-day Italian—the source-language of the word—acasinois either a brothel (also calledcasa chiusa, literally "closed house"), a mess , or a noisy environment, while a gaming house is speltcasinò, with an accent.   .
Not all casinos were used for gaming. The Catalina Casino , a famous landmark overlooking Avalon Harbor on Santa Catalina Island, California , has never been used for traditional games of chance, which were already outlawed in California by the time it was built. The Copenhagen Casino was a theatre, known for the mass public meetings often held in its hall during the 1848 Revolution , which made Denmark a constitutional monarchy . Until 1937, it was a well-known Danish theatre. The Hanko Casino in Hanko, Finland —one of that town's most conspicuous landmarks—was never used for gambling. Rather, it was a banquet hall for the Russian nobility which frequented this spa resort in the late 19th century and is now used as a restaurant.
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