Northwest Italy

Northwest Italy consists of four of 's regions: , , and Valle d'Aosta. To the east lies , to the north is and to the west . The is mostly in Northwest Italy.

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is financially the most important city in , and home to the Borsa Italiana stock exchange. Photo: Daniel Case, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a northern region of , and with 10 million people is the most populous one. Photo: Paul Arps, CC BY 2.0.

is a region in the northwest of , next to the border with . Photo: Ford c prefect, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a region of north-western ; its capital is . Photo: JoJan, CC BY 3.0.


The is a region of in the , where there are the highest mountains in Europe, including , Monte Rosa and Gran Paradiso. Photo: Cruccone, CC BY 3.0.

Northwest Italy

Latitude of center
45.2054° or 45° 12' 19.5" north
Longitude of center
8.9623° or 8° 57' 44.4" east
73 metres (240 feet)
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Asturian: Italia noroccidental
  • Catalan: Itàlia nord-occidental
  • Chinese: 意大利西北部
  • Chinese: 義大利西北部
  • Chinese: 西北義大利
  • Dutch: Noordwest-Italië
  • Esperanto: Nordokcidenta Italio
  • French: Italie du Nord-Ouest
  • French: Italie nord-occidentale
  • German: Nordwestitalien
  • Greek: Βορειοδυτική Ιταλία
  • Hebrew: צפון-מערב איטליה
  • Italian: Italia nord-occidentale
  • Italian: Italia nordoccidentale
  • Italian: Nord-Ovest
  • Japanese: 北西イタリア
  • Ossetian: Цæгат-Ныгуылæн Итали
  • Persian: شمال غربی ایتالیا
  • Romanian: Italia de Nord-Vest
  • Russian: Северо-Западная Италия
  • Russian: Северо-западная Италия
  • Spanish: Italia noroccidental
  • Swedish: Nordvästra Italien
  • Vietnamese: Tây Bắc Ý
  • ITC

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