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  1. L’Italia

  2. La carta dell’Italia

  3. L’Abruzzo

  4. 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.

  5. Le province dell’Abruzzo

  6. Lo stemma dell’Abruzzo

  7. La bandiera dell’Abruzzo

  8. Parco nazionale d’Abruzzo

  9. Gli Appennini:Corno Grande

  10. La valle d’Aosta

  11. 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.

  12. Lo stemma della valle d’Aosta

  13. La bandiera della valle d’Aosta

  14. Castello di Fenis

  15. la Basilicata

  16. 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.

  17. Le province della Basilicata

  18. Lo stemma della Basilicata

  19. La bandiera della Basilicata

  20. Castello di Melfi

  21. La Calabria

  22. 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

  23. Le province della Calabria

  24. Lo stemma della Calabria

  25. La bandiera della Calabria

  26. La Cattolica di Stilo

  27. La Campania

  28. 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.

  29. Le province della Campania

  30. Lo stemma della Campania

  31. La bandiera della Campania

  32. Castel Nuovo in Napoli

  33. L’Emilia-Romagna

  34. 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

  35. Le province dell’Emilia-Romagna

  36. Lo stemma dell’Emilia Romagna

  37. La bandiera dell’Emilia Romagna

  38. Castello Estense in Ferrara

  39. 2012 Ferrari

  40. Il Friuli-Venezia Giulia

  41. 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.

  42. Le province del Friuli Venezia Giulia

  43. Lo stemma del Friuli Venezia Giulia

  44. La bandiera del Friuli Venezia Giulia

  45. Lignano Sabbiadoro

  46. Monte Zoncolan

  47. Monte Zoncolan – Giro d’Italia

  48. Il Lazio

  49. 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.

  50. Le province del Lazio