Italy is a boot-shaped peninsula that extends into the central Mediterranean Sea. Italy has scenic mountains and coastal areas, and includes the islands of Sardinia and Sicily.

Geography of Lucca

Lucca, Italy, a city in Tuscany. It lies near the Ligurian Sea, about 165 miles (265 km) northwest of Rome.

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    Geography of Italy

    Italy, or the Italian Republic (Italian: Italia or Republica Italiana), a country in southern Europe. See more »

  • Geography of Rome

    Geography of Rome

    Rome (Italian: Roma), Italy, the nation's capital and largest city and the capital of Roma province and Latium (also known as Lazio) region. See more »

  • Geography of Milan

    Geography of Milan

    Milan (Italian:Milano), Italy, the capital of Lombardy region. Milan is Italy's second largest city, ranking next to Rome. See more »

  • Geography of Amalfi

    Geography of Amalfi

    Amalfi, Italy, a seaside resort town on the Gulf of Salerno, an arm of the Tyrrhenian Sea. See more »

  • Geography of Ancona

    Geography of Ancona

    Ancona, Italy, a seaport, the capital of Ancona Province, and the chief city of Marche Region. See more »

  • Geography of Bari

    Geography of Bari

    Bari,(ancient name: Barium), Italy, the capital of the Apulia region. The city is on the Adriatic Sea, about 140 miles (225 km) east of Naples. See more »

  • Geography of Bergamo

    Geography of Bergamo

    Bergamo, Italy, a city in Bergamo province, Lombardy. It lies in the foothills of the Alps, about 25 miles (40 km) northeast of Milan. See more »

  • Geography of Bologna

    Geography of Bologna

    Bologna, Italy, the capital of Emilia-Romagna region. The city lies in the Po River valley at the foot of the Apennines. See more »

  • Geography of Carrara

    Geography of Carrara

    Carrara, Italy, a city in the region of Tuscany, near the Ligurian Sea. It is noted for Carrara marble, a fine, white stone quarried in the surrounding hills and shipped from the port of Marina di Carrara to all parts of the world. See more »

  • Geography of Catania

    Geography of Catania

    Catania, Italy, a major seaport and an important industrial center. The city is on the east coast of Sicily, at the foot of Mount Etna, and several times has suffered damage from eruptions of the volcano and from earthquakes. See more »

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