Umbria is a region in . It is one of the smaller regions of Italy, has no large cities and a total population of less than a million but what it lacks in size it makes up for in the beauty of its agricultural land and in a large number of fascinating small towns to visit.

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is a city in the Italian region of . It has an important university that attracts many foreign students, is a major center of medieval art, has a stunningly beautiful central area and is home of the Umbria Jazz Festival.

is a small medieval town of about 25,000 people perched on a hill in , the heart of .

is a city in . By car, from Rome, take Autostrada A1 north, towards Florence, then exit at Orte.

is a city in . Designed to be impregnable, it was founded by the Etruscans on the top of a steep hill made of tufa, a volcanic ash stone.


is in the northwest corner of in Italy.

is a village in nearby . is between and .

is a city in between and .

is a lovely small walled medieval city in in central .

is a small hilltown in . It overlooks the east bank of the river Tiber, and is both impressive from a distance and has impressive views from its centre.

is a city in the north of in Italy.

is in the region of . It is mainly an industrial town and as a result was heavily bombed by the Allies during the Second World War.

is a hill town in southern in Italy, south of and north of .

is a town in Umbria, 10 km southeast of .

is a town in the centre of the region of in central .

is a city in the region of . is a small but lovely city with an ancient past.

is a city and hill town in the south of the Italian region of .

is a city in the province of in northern in .

is a slightly unusual town for Umbria in that it is not a hill town but flat, lying in the plain of the Topino river.

is a city in central in Italy. is an important rail center and one of the more industrialized towns of .

No, this is not a hoax. is the real name of this industrial town in southern , Italy.

is a city in in central Italy. is a peaceful hill town in a beautiful panoramic position between two tributaries of the Tiber river.

is a city in in Italy. This city is noted for its beautiful red brickwork.


  • Location: , ,
  • Population: 901,000
  • Latitude of center: 43° or 43° north
  • Longitude of center: 12.5° or 12° 30' east
  • Elevation: 355 meters (1165 feet)
  • Neighbors: , and
  • GeoNames ID: 3165048

Other Names for Umbria

  • Afrikaans: Umbrië
  • Arabic: أومبريا
  • Aragonese: Umbría
  • Armenian: Ումբրիա
  • Arpitan: Ombrie
  • Belarusian: Умбрыя
  • Bosnian: Umbrija
  • Bulgarian: Умбрия
  • Catalan: Úmbria
  • Chechen: Умбри
  • Chinese: 翁布里亚
  • Chuvash: Умбрия
  • Cornish: Umbri
  • Croatian: Umbrija
  • Czech: Umbrie
  • Dutch: Umbrië
  • Esperanto: Umbrio
  • French: Ombrie
  • Friulian: Umbrie
  • Galician: Umbría
  • Georgian: უმბრია
  • German: Umbrien
  • Greek: Ούμπρια
  • Hakka Chinese: Vung-pu-lî-â
  • Hebrew: אומבריה
  • Icelandic: Úmbría
  • Italian: Umbria
  • Japanese: ウンブリア州
  • Kazakh: Умбрия
  • Korean: 움브리아 주
  • Latvian: Umbrija
  • Ligurian: Umbïa
  • Lithuanian: Umbrija
  • Luxembourgish: Umbrien
  • Marathi: अंब्रिया
  • Mazanderani: اومبریا
  • Northern Frisian: Umbrien
  • Occitan (post 1500): Ómbria
  • Ossetian: Умбри
  • Panjabi: ਅੰਬਰੀਆ
  • Persian: اومبریا
  • Portuguese: Úmbria
  • Russian: Умбрия
  • Scots: Umbrie
  • Serbian: Умбрија
  • Serbo-Croatian: Umbrija
  • Slovenian: Umbrija
  • Spanish: Región de Umbría
  • Spanish: Umbría
  • Swedish: Umbrien
  • Thai: แคว้นอุมเบรีย
  • Tosk Albanian: Umbrien
  • Ukrainian: Умбрія
  • Urdu: امبریا
  • Venetian: Onbria
  • Western Frisian: Umbrje
  • Western Panjabi: صوبہ امبریا
  • Yue Chinese: 翁布利亞
  • Regione Umbria
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