Province of Monza and Brianza

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The Province of Monza and Brianza (in the local idiom: "Pruincia de Munscia e Briansa") is a province of Lombardy, Italy. It was created (with part of the province of Milan) on May 12, 2004, but became effective in 2009. It has an area of 405.49 km² and a population (2010 census) of 850,321.

Communes of the Province of Monza and Brianza[change | change source]

A list of its 55 communes follows:

  • Agrate Brianza
  • Aicurzio
  • Albiate
  • Arcore
  • Barlassina
  • Bellusco
  • Bernareggio
  • Besana in Brianza
  • Biassono
  • Bovisio-Masciago
  • Briosco
  • Brugherio
  • Burago di Molgora
  • Busnago
  • Camparada
  • Caponago
  • Carate Brianza
  • Carnate
  • Cavenago di Brianza
  • Ceriano Laghetto
  • Cesano Maderno
  • Cogliate
  • Concorezzo
  • Cornate d'Adda
  • Correzzana
  • Desio
  • Giussano
  • Lazzate
  • Lentate sul Seveso
  • Lesmo
  • Limbiate
  • Lissone
  • Macherio
  • Meda
  • Mezzago
  • Misinto
  • Monza
  • Muggiò
  • Nova Milanese
  • Ornago
  • Renate
  • Roncello
  • Ronco Briantino
  • Seregno
  • Seveso
  • Sovico
  • Sulbiate
  • Triuggio
  • Usmate Velate
  • Varedo
  • Vedano al Lambro
  • Veduggio con Colzano
  • Verano Brianza
  • Villasanta
  • Vimercate

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