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my state italy
My state, Italy 

Italy is a peninsula that stretches out over the Mediterranean Sea. It is bordered to the north by France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia, it is washed by the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west by the Ionian Sea to the south, and east by the Adriatic sea. Are part of Italy also the two island: sicily and sardinia.

the mountains

The mountain ranges extend for most of the nation. The Alps are a mountain range located on the northern border of Italy. The highest peaks are found in the Western Alps (some are the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc and Monte Rosa.) The Apennine mountain chain runs down the peninsula, from Liguria to Sicily, the Gran Sasso in Abruzzo, is its highest peak .

The Mountains
the plains

Only a quarter of the Italian territory is made up of plains, and the Padana plain, an expanse of the River Po and its affluents, is the largest of all. Below, the TavolieredellePuglie and the Salento Plain.

The Plains
rivers and lakes

Italy, for the presence of several mountain ranges, with snowfields and glaciers, lakes and spring waters, is rich in waterways. The longest rivers and far-reaching belong to the Alpine region while the Apennine rivers, with the exception of the Tiber and Arno, ran short. The most important river is the Po, which crosses the Padana plain. The largest Italian lakes, in order are the lake of Garda, Lake Maggiore and Lake Como.

Rivers, and Lakes