Italy Regions

Novara (NO) / Verbano (VB) (Piedmont)

Region of Piedmont (Turin) in Northern Italy. Surface 3594 sq.km.; 88 communes; industry and tourism. Main centers: Verbania, Domodossola, Arona, Omegna, Galliate, Borgomanero, Oleggio.

Nuoro (NU) (Sardinia)

Region of Sardinia (Cagliari) in Southern Italy. Surface 7272 sq.km.; 100 communes; agriculture, breeding, light industries, tourism. Main centers: Macomer, Bosa, Dorgali, Oliena, Siniscola, Orune, Bitti, Lanusei, Fonni.

Padua (PD) (Veneto)

Region of Veneto (Venice) in Northern Italy. Surface 2142 sq.km.; 104 communes; agriculture, breeding, industries. Main centers: Monselice, Este, Cittadella, Piove di Sacco, Abano Terme, Montagnana.

Palermo (PA) (Sicily)

Region of Sicily (Palermo) in Southern Italy. Surface 5016 sq.km.; 82 communes; agriculture, fishing, industries, tourism. Main centers: Bagheria, Partinico, Termini Imerese, Monreale, Carini, Corleone, Misilmeri, Cefalu'.

Pavia (PV) (Lombardy)

Region of Lombardy (Milan) in Northern Italy. Surface 2965 sq.km.; 190 communes; agriculture, breeding, industries of all kinds. Main centers: Vigevano, Voghera, Stradella, Broni, Mortara.

Perugia (PG) (Umbria)

Region of Umbria (Perugia) in Central Italy. Surface 6334 sq.km.; 59 communes; agriculture, breeding, industries, tourism. Main centers: Spoleto, Foligno, Citta' di Castello, Gubbio, Assisi, Todi, Marsciano, Castiglione del Lago, Umbertide, Gualdo Tadino.

Pesaro-Urbino (PS) (Marche)

Region of Marche (Ancona) in Central Italy. The largest province in Marche. Surface 2893 sq.km.; 67 communes; agriculture, fishing, light industries, tourism. Main centers: Urbino, Fano, Fossombrone, Pergola, Novafeltria, Urbania, Cagli.

Pescara (PE) (Abruzzi)

Region of Abruzzi (L'Aquila) in Southern Italy. The smallest province in the region. Surface 1225 sq.km.; 46 communes; agriculture, fishing, industries, tourism. Main centers: Penne, Loreto Aprutino, Citta' Sant'Angelo, Popoli, Montesilvano, Spoltore.

Piacenza (PC) (Emilia-Romagna)

Region of Emilia-Romagna (Bologna) in Northern Italy. Surface 2589 sq.km.; 48 communes; industries of all kinds, tourism. Main centers: Fiorenzuola d'Arda, Castel San Giovanni, Borgonovo Val Tidone, Carpaneto Piacentino, Monticelli d'Ongina, Cortemaggiore, Bobbio.

Pisa (PI) (Tuscany)

Region of Tuscany (Florence) in Central Italy. Surface 2448 sq.km.; 39 communes; agriculture, breeding, industries of all kinds, underground resources. Main centers: Cascina, Pontedera, San Giuliano Terme, San Miniato, Volterra, Pomarance, Vecchiano, Santa Croce sull'Arno, Ponsacco.

Pistoia (PT) (Tuscany)

Region of Tuscany (Florence) in Central Italy. Surface 965 sq.km.; 22 communes; agriculture, industries, tourism. Main centers: Montecatini Terme, Pescia, Quarrata, Agliana, Monsummano Terme.

Pordenone (PN) (Friuli-Venezia Giulia)

Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Trieste) in Northern Italy. Surface 2273 sq.km.; 51 communes; agriculture, breeding, industries. Main centers: Pordenone, Sacile, Cordenons, San Vito al Tagliamento, Spilimbergo, Maniago, Azzano Decimo, Aviano, Porcia.

Potenza (PZ) (Basilicata)

Region of Basilicata (Potenza) in Southern Italy. Surface 6545 sq.km.; 100 communes; agriculture, industries. Main centers: Melfi, Lavello, Rionero in Vulture, Avigliano, Muro Lucano, Marsico Nuovo, Lauria, Palazzo San Gervasio, Bella, Lagonegro.

Ragusa (RG) (Sicily)

Region of Sicily (Palermo) in Southern Italy. Surface 1614 sq.km.; 12 communes; agriculture, industry. Main centers: Vittoria, Modica, Comiso, Scicli, Ispica.

Ravenna (RA) (Emilia-Romagna)

Region of Emilia-Romagna (Bologna) in Northern Italy. The smallest province of the region. Surface 1860 sq.km.; 18 communes; agriculture, breeding, tourism. Main centers: Faenza, Lugo, Cervia, Bagnacavallo, Alfonsine, Brisighella, Conselice.