Pisa (PI) (Tuscany)

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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.

Pisa (PI) (Tuscany)

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