Sarah. In Italy, they pronounce it like " you" and over here it gets the juh sound. Its the same though. A cousin of ours went to Roccacaramonica several years ago looking for remaining relatives and asking for DeJulio they all said there was no one. Finally he tried the other pronounciation and found them.
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