What type of region is Italy?
Italy is a peninsula with two large islands, which are named Sicily and Sardina. There are mountains and coastlines in the country of Italy.
Chianti - a type of wine from the Chianti region of Tuscany Italy.
from north to south each and every region has it's type of wine
There are many varieties, and each part of Italy produces its own type. In Corsica, it is considered a regional flavour.
what region is italy located
Mortadella is an italian pork product and there isn t a particular region, because there are many type of mortadella. but the most popular is from Emilia Romagna Region
The second smallest region of Italy is Molise. It is the newest region of Italy. The capital cities are Campobasso and Isernia. It is on the east coast of Italy. It is made of 55% mountains. The third smallest region of Italy is Liguria. The capital city of this region is Genoa. This is the region that Christopher Columbus was from.
The poorest region of Italy is basilicata.
The Lombardy region of Italy is located near Switzerland and Canton Ticino. You can get more information about Lombardy at the Wikipedia. Once on the page, type "Lombardy" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.
Yes Sicily, an island, is the largest region in Italy.
The capital of the Campania region in Italy is Naples.
The capital of Italy is Roma and it is in the region Lazio
Verona is located in the Veneto region, which is in northern Italy.
No, Lombardy is a region in northern Italy and Tuscany is a region in central Italy
In Italy where is the largest region for organic wine?
Rome is in the Lazio Region of Italy. It is also the capital city of the region.
The Mediterranean region.
Veneto I believe is the region.
Florence is in the Tuscany region of Italy.
Genoa , Italy...in Northern Italy
Bari in the southern part of Italy, right on the heel. It is in the Puglia region, on the coast of the Adriatic Sea.
Northeastern Italy The Veneto Region.
Valle d'Aosta is the smallest region it is in Italy
It is in the Northwestern region of Italy.
Rome is in central Italy, in the region of Lazio.
Arno river is in the Tuscany region of Italy.
Sicily is a Region of Italy,The Capital is Palermo.
The region is Lazio.
Tuscany region is beautiful
An example of a cultural region is little Italy
Naples (in Italian, Napoli) is in the region of Campania.
It's not question thst can be simply answered, but I guess that one would automatically say that Lombardy is the "main" region of Italy because it is the economic center of the country and that Milano, the capital of the region is the most populous city in Italy.
No Lazio is not the largest region in Italy. Lazio is only 5.7% of Italy's area. Sicily is 8.55%. Piedmont is 8.4%.
Rome is the capital city of Italy. It is located in the Lazio region.
Italy has one region that's it
Valle d'Aosta is the smallest of the twenty regions in Italy.
Italy is in central Europe, near the Mediterranean Sea.
Apart from the northern region, Italy has a Mditerranean climate
The Chianti region of Italy is known for its wine, of the same name. This is a fresh but tasty red, which goes wonderfully with the local food, but is widely available outside the region.
The difference is that Tuscany is a region within the Country of Italy.
The most famous region in Italy is Rome & Milan.
Yes. It is in the region of Veneto, Italy. Same region as Venice.
The region of Venetian (Veneto)
Perugia is the capital city of the region in Italy known as Umbria in central Italy. It is located on the Tiber River and was an important Roman Stronghold.
The answer is UMBRIA.
No it is not. Holland is a region in the Netherlands.
Italy is a country itself. It is near France, Spain and Portugal.
The capital city of Italy is Rome and it is found in Lazio
Something or someone from the Tuscany or Toscana region in Italy. The capital of such region is Florence or Florencia.