Central Regions - Provinces and Main Towns, Population Density, Agriculture & Industry

"Central Regions - Provinces and Main Towns, Population Density, Agriculture & Industry " submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Tuesday 10th January 2012

Central Regions - Italy

Italy Central Regions, provinces and main towns

. inhabitants of main town sq.km inhabitants of province density
Tuscany (Florence) 22 992 3 581 051 156
Arezzo 90 810 3 232 318 157 98
Florence 379 331 3 880 952 013 271
Grosseto 72 523 4 504 216 905 48
Livorno 163 741 1 213 335 657 276
Lucca 85 246 1 773 375 876 212
Massa - Carrara 68 687 1 156 200 530 173
Pisa 93 509 2 448 384 800 157
Pistoia 86 274 965 267 995 277
Prato 169 680 365 224 380 614
Siena 64 989 3 821 251 118 66
Umbria (Perugia) 8 456 807 552 95
Perugia 154 348 6 334 608 988 96
Terni 108 564 2 122 223 564 105
Marche (Ancona) 9 693 1 412 404 146
Ancona 399 498 1 940 441 417 228
Ascoli Piceno 53 298 2 087 368 567 176
Macerata 142 782 2 774 300 932 108
Pesaro and Urbino 187 412 2 892 340 488 118
Latium (Rome) 17 203 5 001 684 290
Frosinone 44 644 3239 492 395 152
Latina 111 738 2251 505 086 225
Rieti 45 079 2749 150 794 55
Rome 2 649 759 5352 3 802 961 711
Viterbo 60 632 3612 291 448 74

Density of the population - Central Region

central region Density of the population
Fig: Graph of central region
Density of the population

In the center of Italy live nearly 11 milions of Italians (19% of the total population), occupied both in agricalture and growing industry. This part of Italy is less urbanized than the territory of north containing only seven towns with more than 100 000 inhabitants and two great urban agglomerates: Florence and Rome. The latter is a partuclar case in Italian urbanistic system, it is more than a city, it is a city-region as it concentrates 1/5 of the whole population of the central Italy.

Agriculture, breeding and fishing
(the place held by the region in the total production in Italy)
. wheat maize barley rice potato tomato grape wine grape wine olive oil sheep cattle fish
Tuscany 7 6 5 6 11 9 9 6 6 7 7 5 8 3
Umbria 12 9 13 - 18 14 - 14 16 12 12 11 15 -
Marche 4 10 7 - 14 13 - 11 11 13 13 10 10 5
Latium 8 7 4 - 6 6 4 5 5 5 5 5 2
Fruit production
(the place held by the region in the total production in Italy)
. apple pear peach orange leamon mandarin nut
Tuscany 12 10 7 10 6 7 5
Umbria 16 19 16 - - - -
Marche 11 12 12 - - - 10
Latium 9 7 5 7 8 8 3

Industry

italy central region industry
Fig: italy central region industry
As you visit 'Central Regions - Provinces and Main Towns, Population Density, Agriculture & Industry ' you may also like following articles . . .

Southern Regions - Provinces and Main Towns, Population Density, Agriculture & Industry

Southern Regions of Italy - Provinces and Main Towns . inhabitants of main town sq.km inhabitants density Abruzzi (L'Aquila) 10 794 1 217

Northern Regions - Provinces and Main Towns, Population Density, Agriculture & Industry

Northern Regions of Italy - Provinces and Main Towns Regions, provinces and main towns . inhabitants of main town sq.km inhabitants density Valle d'

Tuscany (Florence) - Central Regions

The name Tuscany comes from the ancient Roman denomination of the region Tuscia and the people Tusci (or Etruscans) who settled here for a long time. Area: 22

Florence (FI) / Prato (O) (Tuscany)

Region of Tuscany (Florence) in Central Italy. Surface 3880 sq.km.; Florence - 44 communes, Prato - 7 communes; agriculture (wine, olive), breeding, industries

Umbria (Perugia) - Central Regions

The name Umbria comes from the name of the ancient people Umbrians who before the Roman epoch lived on the territory of the region. The modern Umbria was