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italy_map_regions The Italian state is divided into regions. Each region is subdivided into a handful of provinces. The smallest administrative unit is a comune, which has a mayor and a local authority, but may contain just a few hundred residents.Each Italian region has its own character, its own regional cuisine & its own dialect


Region: Abruzzo – Capital City: L’Aquila
Region: Aosta Valley - Capital City: Aosta
Region: Apulia – Capital City: Bari
Region: Basilicata – Capital City: Potenza
Region: Calabria – Capital City: Catanzaro
Region: Campania – Capital City: Naples
Region: Emilia-Romagna - Capital City: Bologna
Region: Friuli-Venezia Giulia - Capital City: Trieste
Region: Lazio – Capital City: Rome
Region: Liguria – Capital City: Genoa
Region: Lombardy – Capital City: Milan
Region: Marche – Capital City: Ancona
Region: Molise – Capital City: Campobasso
Region: Piedmont – Capital City: Turin
Region: Sardinia - Capital City: Cagliari
Region: Sicily – Capital City: Palermo
Region: Tuscany – Capital City: Florence
Region: Trentino-Alto Adige - Capital City: Trento
Region: Umbria - Capital City: Perugia
Region: Veneto – Capital City: Venice

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