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  1. Le ventiregionid’ItaliaThe 20 regions of italy Katie Frio

  2. Sicilia • Largest island of the Mediterranean Sea

  3. Calabria • One of oldest Italian regions

  4. Sardenga • Sardegna’s coast makes up ¼ of Italy’s entire coastline

  5. Basilicata • Most mountainous region of southern Italy

  6. Pugliua • Extends from the Fortore River in the northwest to Cape Santa Maria di Leuca at the tip of the Salentine Peninsula (the “heel” of Italy)

  7. Campania • Second most populated region in all of Italy

  8. Molise • Known for its poor region faming: cereals, pigs, and sheep are raised

  9. Abruzzo • The Mountains and Mediterranean are huge sources of climate for this region

  10. Lazio • Has the second largest economy of the nation

  11. Umbria • Only landlocked region in all of Italy

  12. Toscana • Known for landscapes, traditions, and artistic legacy

  13. Marche • the name of the region derives from the plural name of marca, originally referring to the medieval March of Ancona and nearby marches of Camerino and Fermo.

  14. Liguria • Most popular for delicious cuisine and gorgeous beaches

  15. Emilia Romagna • Bologna, its capital has one of Italy’s highest quality of life indices and advanced social services

  16. Piemonte • Latin name is derived from foot of the mountain, surrounded by mountains

  17. Valle D’Aosta • Heavily relies on tourism, French is spoken a lot because this region borders France

  18. Lombardia • 1/6 of Italian population lives here

  19. Trentino alto adige • Agriculture is key: farming and fishing. As well as mining: zinc, lead, and copper

  20. Veneto • Wealthiest, most developed and industrialized regions in Italy

  21. FruiliVenezia Giulia • Most northeastern region, and has a huge natural opening for the sea

  22. Now Fill Out The Map!