Central Italy

Central contains several distinctive regions that have played a formidable role not only in Italian history, but in world history, as the centres of the Etruscan and Roman civilizations and of the Holy See of the Catholic Church.

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, the 'Eternal City', is the capital and largest city of and of the region.

is the capital of the region of in , with a population of about 366,500.

is a city in , , best known for its world-famous leaning tower.

The City is the world's smallest country both by area and by population, and is the center of Catholicism.


is a central region of . is more or less in the middle of the region but has numerous other attractions and would well repay a visit even if Rome did not exist.

is a region on 's west coast, on the Tyrrhenian sea.

is a region in . It is one of the smaller regions of Italy, has no large cities and …

is a central region of on the east coast composed of rolling hills and fertile plains at the base of the Apennine mountains.

is one of the twenty Italian regions. It is situated in the central part of , to the east of on the Adriatic Sea.

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Central Italy

  • Location: ,
  • Latitude of center: 42° 54' (42.9°) north
  • Longitude of center: 13° east
  • Wikidata: Central Italy

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Other Names for Central Italy

French: Italie centrale, German: Mittelitalien, Italian: Italia centrale, Spanish: Italia central
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