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Lombardy Region

Provinces of Lombardy Region
BergamoBresciaComo
CremonaLeccoLodi
MantovaMilanMonza e della Brianza
PaviaSondrioVarese
General Information
CapitalMilan
ZoneNorthern West Italy
Number of Municipalities1,527
Number of Provinces12
Lombardy Photo
From Estensi Gardens to Torrazzo in Cremona, from Pavia University to Borghi Palace, from Brescia Broletto to Bajona Tower in Bormio
Population
Total10,008,349
Males4,886,543
Females5,121,806
Useful Information
Population Namelombardi
Useful Link
Map of Lombardy
Official Site
Towns Twinning
Coat of Arms
Codes
Istat Code03
AbbreviationLOM
ISO 3166-2IT-25
NUTSITC4
Surface
Kmq23,863
Mountain40.5%
Hill12.4%
Plain47.1%
Etymology (name origin)
The name derives from the Latin Longobardia, meaning land of the Lombards, the German tribe that settled in Northern Italy in the Migration Period.
Geography
Lombardy borders Piedmont to the west, Switzerland to the north, Veneto and Trentino to the east and Emilia-Romagna to the south. 47,1% of the Lombardy territory is flat and 40,5% is mountainous. Part of the region is constituted by moraine. The Po Valley extends in the southern Lombardy while the northern areas are covered by the Alps, whose highest peak is Pizzo Zupò measuring 3,996 mt. The Alp chain is characterized by the presence of lakes of glacial origins, as the Lake Garda, the widest Italian lake, that stretches partially over the Lombardy territory. The region is crossed by the longest Italian watercourse, River Po. Other relevant rivers are Adda, Oglio and Ticino. This region has many national and regional parks.
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