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L’Italia. La carta dell’Italia. L’Abruzzo. L’Abruzzo. Capital: L’Aquila Area: 4156 sq mi; 3.58% Population: 1.3 million; 2.22% Provinces: 4 The biggest nature area of Europe. One of most mountainous regions of Italy. Le province dell’Abruzzo. Lo stemma dell’Abruzzo.

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L’Italia


La carta dell’Italia


L’Abruzzo


L’Abruzzo

  • Capital: L’Aquila

  • Area: 4156 sq mi; 3.58%

  • Population: 1.3 million; 2.22%

  • Provinces: 4

  • The biggest nature area of Europe.

  • One of most mountainous regions of Italy.


Le province dell’Abruzzo


Lo stemma dell’Abruzzo


La bandiera dell’Abruzzo


Parco nazionale d’Abruzzo


Gli Appennini:Corno Grande


La valle d’Aosta


la Valle d’Aosta

  • Capital: Aosta

  • Area: 1,260 sq mi; 1.08%

  • Population: 128,000; .21%

  • Provinces: 1

  • French is also an official language here.

  • Autonomous region with special statute – home rule to take into account linguistic and cultural minorities.

  • Smallest, least populated region.

  • Only region with no provinces.

  • Monte Bianco – highest peak in the Alps.

  • Fenis Castle dates from the 13th century.


Lo stemma della valle d’Aosta


La bandiera della valle d’Aosta


Castello di Fenis


la Basilicata


la Basilicata

  • Capital: Potenza

  • Area: 3,859 sq mi; 3.32%

  • Population: 591,000; .99%

  • Provinces: 2

  • Also called Lucania by Italians in reference to the region’s original name, dating back to the 5th century BC.

  • Castle of Melfi dates back to the 11th century.


Le province della Basilicata


Lo stemma della Basilicata


La bandiera della Basilicata


Castello di Melfi


La Calabria


la Calabria

  • Capital: Catanzaro

  • Area: 5,820 sq mi; 5.00%

  • Population: 2 million; 3.37%

  • Provinces: 5

  • At the “toe” of the Italian peninsula

  • 3 mountain ranges: Pollino, La Sila, Aspromonte


Le province della Calabria


Lo stemma della Calabria


La bandiera della Calabria


La Cattolica di Stilo


La Campania


la Campania

  • Capital: Napoli

  • Area: 5,250 sq mi; 4.51%

  • Population: 5.9 million; 9.75%

  • Provinces: 5

  • Castel Nuovo is a medieval castle in Naples begun in 1279 by Charles I of Anjou.

  • Reggia di Caserta is a former royal residence for the Bourbon kings of Naples.


Le province della Campania


Lo stemma della Campania


La bandiera della Campania


Castel Nuovo in Napoli


L’Emilia-Romagna


l’Emilia Romagna

  • Capital: Bologna

  • Area: 8,666 sq mi; 7.34%

  • Population: 4.4 million; 7.17%

  • Provinces: 9

  • One of richest, most developed regions of Europe

  • Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Ducati produced here.

  • Home of Bologna university, one of oldest in the world


Le province dell’Emilia-Romagna


Lo stemma dell’Emilia Romagna


La bandiera dell’Emilia Romagna


Castello Estense in Ferrara


2012 Ferrari


Il Friuli-Venezia Giulia


Il Friuli Venezia Giulia

  • Capital: Trieste

  • Area: 3,034 sq mi; 2.61%

  • Population: 1.2 million; 2.05%

  • Provinces: 4

  • Autonomous region with special statute.

  • Lignano Sabbiadoro is an important summer resort on the Adriatic.

  • The Alps end here.


Le province del Friuli Venezia Giulia


Lo stemma del Friuli Venezia Giulia


La bandiera del Friuli Venezia Giulia


Lignano Sabbiadoro


Monte Zoncolan


Monte Zoncolan – Giro d’Italia


Il Lazio


Il Lazio

  • Capital: Roma

  • Area: 6,655 sq mi; 5.71%

  • Population: 5.7 million; 9.33%

  • Provinces: 5

  • 3rd most populated region; 2nd richest region.

  • Includes Roma, the capital and largest city of Italy.

  • The Capture of Rome on September 20, 1870

  • Completed Italian unification when Lazio was incorprated into the Kingdom of Italy.


Le province del Lazio


Lo stemma del Lazio


La bandiera del Lazio


Monte Circeo


La Via Appia Antica


La Liguria


La Liguria

  • Capital: Genova

  • Area: 2,093 sq mi; 1.80%

  • Population: 1.6 million; 2.70%

  • Provinces: 4

  • Popular tourist region.

  • Cinque Terre is made up of 5 villages on the Italian Riviera.


Le province della Liguria


Lo stemma della Liguria


La bandiera della Liguria


Cinque Terre


Cinque Terre - Manarola


Cinque Terre - Vernazza


La Lombardia


la Lombardia

  • Capital: Milano

  • Area: 9,206 sq mi; 7.92%

  • Population: 9.9 million; 16.17%

  • Provinces: 12

  • Most populous and richest Italian region.

  • Milano is the 2nd top tourist destination in Italy.

  • This region was settled in the 2nd millennium BC.


Le province della Lombardia


Lo stemma e La bandiera della Lombardia


Il duomo di Milano


Il Lago di Como


Le Marche


Le Marche

  • Capital: Ancona

  • Area: 3,616 sq mi; 3.22%

  • Population: 1.6 million; 2.61%

  • Provinces: 5

  • Named for the medieval March of Ancona.

  • Urbino is a walled city, also known for its Renaissance culture.


Le province delle Marche


Lo stemma delle Marche


La bandiera delle Marche


Il Palazzo Ducale di Urbino


Urbino – una città murata


Il Molise


Il Molise

  • Capital: Campobasso

  • Area: 1,714 sq mi; 1.47%

  • Population: 320,000; 0.54%

  • Provinces: 2

  • Molise split from Abruzzo and became the newest region in 1970.

  • It is the 2nd smallest region.


Lo stemma del Molise


La bandiera del Molise


Le province del Molise


Il Molise


Campobasso


Il Piemonte


Il Piemonte

  • Capital: Torino

  • Area: 9,808 sq mi; 8.43%

  • Population: 4.4 million; 7.38%

  • Provinces: 8

  • Its name means “at the foot of the mountains”; it is surrounded by the Alps on 3 sides.


Le province del Piemonte


Lo stemma del Piemonte


La bandiera del Piemonte


Monte Viso


Il Sacro Monte di Crea


La Puglia


La Puglia

  • Capital: Bari

  • Area: 7,474 sq mi; 6.43%

  • Population: 4 million; 6.84%

  • Provinces: 6

  • In 1240 Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II built Castel del Monte in Andria.

  • The region around Ostuni has existed since the stone age; the medieval town still stands.


Le province della Puglia


Lo stemma della Puglia


La bandiera della Puglia


El Castel del Monte


Le Grotte di Castellana


La Sardegna


la Sardegna

  • Capital: Cagliari

  • Area: 9,300 sq mi; 7.99%

  • Population: 1.6 million; 2.79%

  • Provinces: 8

  • It is the 2nd largest island in the Mediterranean Sea.

  • Autonomous region.

  • Permanent settlements date back to 6000 BC.


Le province della Sardegna


Lo stemma della Sardegna


La bandiera della Sardegna


Fordongianus


Il Supramonte


Villasimius


La Sicilia


la Sicilia

  • Capital: Palermo

  • Area: 9,927 sq mi; 8.53%

  • Population: 5 million; 8.44%

  • Provinces: 9

  • The largest island in the Mediterranean.

  • Autonomous region.

  • Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe.

  • Cave drawings by the Sicani date back to 8000 BC.


Le province della Sicilia


Lo stemma della Sicilia


La bandiera della Sicilia


L’Etna


Syracuse


San Giovanni degli Eremiti


La Toscana


la Toscana

  • Capital: Firenze

  • Area: 8,878 sq mi; 7.63%

  • Population: 3.7 million; 6.17%

  • Provinces: 10

  • Considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance.

  • Six locations have been designated as World Heritage Sites.


Le province della Toscana


Lo stemma della Toscana


La bandiera della Toscana


Il Centro storico di Firenze


La Piazza del Duomo, Pisa


Il Centro Storico di Siena


Il Centro storico della città di Pienza


Val d’Orcia


Il Trentino-Alto Adige


Il Trentino-Alto Adige

  • Capital: Trento

  • Area: 5,254 sq mi; 4.52%

  • Population: 1 million; 1.69%

  • Provinces: 2

  • Autonomous region.

  • Part of Holy Roman Empire in 8th century, then Austria-Hungary until annexed by Italy in 1919.


Le province del Trentino-Alto Adige


Lo stemma del Trentino-Alto Adige


La bandiera del Trentino-Alto Adige


Il Passo dello Stelvio


Parco Nazionale dello Stelvio


Riva del Garda


L’Umbria


l’Umbria

  • Capital: Perugia

  • Area: 3,265 km2; 2.81%

  • Population: 906,000; 1.48%

  • Provinces: 2

  • Only peninsular region that is landlocked.

  • Mostly hilly or mountainous land.

  • Home to 6 natural parks.

  • Assisi was the birthplace of St. Francis.


Le province dell’Umbria


Lo stemma dell’Umbria


La bandiera dell’Umbria


Assisi


Assisi


Il Veneto


Il Veneto

  • Capital: Venezia

  • Area: 7,104 sq mi; 6.10%

  • Population: 4.9 million; 8.11%

  • Provinces: 7

  • Venice, with its canals, is the primary tourist destination in Veneto.

  • It had been an independent state for more than 1000 years.


Le province del Veneto


Lo stemma del Veneto


La bandiera del Veneto


Belluno


Venezia


Il Canal Grande


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