Umbria

Umbria is a region of modern central Italy. It is one of the smallest Italian regions and the only peninsular region that is landlocked. Its capital is Perugia. Assisi and Norcia are historical towns associated with St. Francis of Assisi, and St. Benedict.

Read more about Umbria:  Geography, History, Economy, Demographics, Government and Politics, Administrative Divisions

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Umbria - Administrative Divisions
... Umbria is divided into two provinces Perugia Terni Province Area (km²) Area (sq mi) Population Density (per km²) Density (per sq mi) Province of Perugia 6,334 2,446 ...
Lega Nord Umbria
... Lega Nord Umbria (North League Umbria) is a regionalist political party in Italy which is the "national" (hence, regional) section of Lega Nord in Umbria ... year for the party which entered the Regional Council of Umbria for the first time ...
Maria Rita Lorenzetti
... and a former president of the Italian region of Umbria ... In 2000 she was elected governor of Umbria becoming the first woman to serve as governor of Umbria, the fifth woman to serve as governor in Italy, and the first woman directly elected as governor of ...
Massa Martana
... and comune in the Monti Martani mountain range in the province of Perugia (Umbria) ... The territory of the commune includes three of Umbria's best Romanesque churches, each built in part of Roman stone the abbeys of S ... damage in an earthquake on May 12 1997, a precursor of the 1997 earthquake which damaged much of Umbria, including the Basilica and city of Assisi ...