Metropolitan cities of Italy

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Metropolitan cities of Italy.

The metropolitan cities of Italy (Italian: città metropolitane d'Italia) are administrative divisions of Italy, which are a type of sub-provinces.

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Metropolitan city Area (km2) Population
(May 2020)
Population
Density (/km2)
Date Mayor
Rome (Roma) 5,352 4,323,664 811 3 April 2014 Roberto Gualtieri (PD)
Milan (Milano) 1,575 3,274,499 2,064 3 April 2014 Giuseppe Sala (PD)
Naples (Napoli) 1,171 3,076,675 2,634 3 April 2014 Gaetano Manfredi (Independent)
Turin (Torino) 6,827 2,246,423 329 3 April 2014 Stefano Lo Russo (PD)
Palermo 5,009 1,245,826 250 4 August 2015 Leoluca Orlando (Independent)
Bari 3,821 1,222,171 328 3 April 2014 Antonio Decaro (PD)
Catania 3,574 1,101,463 310 4 August 2015 Salvo Pogliese (FI)
Bologna 3,702 1,017,225 274 11 October 2021 Matteo Lepore (PD)
Florence (Firenze) 3,514 1,000,111 288 3 April 2014 Dario Nardella (PD)
Venice (Venezia) 2,462 849,173 347 3 April 2014 Luigi Brugnaro (Independent)
Genoa (Genova) 1,839 831,786 457 3 April 2014 Marco Bucci (FI)
Messina 3,266 618,459 192 4 August 2015 Cateno De Luca (UdC)
Reggio Calabria 3,183 539,079 172 3 April 2014 Giuseppe Falcomatà (PD)
Cagliari 1,248 429,667 345 4 February 2016 Paolo Truzzu (Brothers of Italy)