The interactive map allows you to locate anywhere in Italy centred on Google Maps through the search box. Zoom delivers specific portions of the map, more and more detailed. You can create counter position through the “MARK” button and drag them to any point of crosstalk. The map so personalized can be sent by email by clicking on the “Email” or printed easily by clicking on the “print” button. The “TOP” command takes you back to overview creating a counter for the last position shown.
Note: you can move the counters by dragging them. To erase double click.
The Link button allows you to update the address of the page to the current scroll position (remembering the last report submitted).
List of Regions/States in Italy Based on Administrative Devisions
The list of administrative divisions of Italy into regions is based on the Constitutional Charter, which came into force in 1948. The current number of 20 was reached in 1963 with the demerger of Abruzzo and Molise into two separate entities. Five regions have special status: Aosta Valley, Trentino-Alto Adige, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Sicily and Sardinia. The powers of the region Trentino-Alto Adige are shared between the two autonomous provinces of Trento and Bolzano. Each region has its own legislative, administrative, regulatory and financial autonomy.
A List Regional Capitals of Italy
The regional capital is the main village where the Council and the Regional Council, as well as the different national administrative bodies devices branch. Minus a few exceptions, the capital coincides with the most important city and populated the region. Except, every regional capital city is both the capital of its province. Below the list of Italian regional capitals, with the respective international phone number and the name of the inhabitants.
|Friuli Venezia Giulia||Trieste||040||Trieste|
|Brands||Ancona||071||anconitani or anconetani|
|Valle d’Aosta||Aosta||0165||aostan brothers|