Province of Treviso

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Province of Treviso
Province
Duomo of Treviso
Duomo of Treviso
Map with the province of Treviso in Italy
Map with the province of Treviso, in red, in Italy
Coordinates: 45°40′20″N 12°14′32″E / 45.67222°N 12.24222°E / 45.67222; 12.24222Coordinates: 45°40′20″N 12°14′32″E / 45.67222°N 12.24222°E / 45.67222; 12.24222
Country  Italy
Region Veneto
Capital Treviso
Comuni 95
Government[1]
 • President Stefano Marcon
Area[2]
 • Total 2,479.83 km2 (957.47 sq mi)
Population (1 January 2016)[3]
 • Total 885,447
 • Density 357.0596/km2 (924.7800/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 31100, 31010-31059
Telephone prefix 0421, 0422, 0423, 0434, 0438
ISO 3166 code IT-TV
Vehicle registration TV
ISTAT 026
Website Official website

The Province of Treviso (Italian: Provincia di Treviso) is a province in the Veneto region of Italy. Its capital is the city of Treviso.

Geography[change | change source]

The province of Treviso has an area of 2,479.83 km2 (957.47 sq mi) and is formed mainly by plains but there are hills in the northern part. In the border with the Belluno province, there are some mountains over 1,000 m (3,300 ft) high, found mainly in the Dolomites, part of the eastern Alps; the highest mountain of the province is Monte Grappa 45°52′24″N 11°47′57″E / 45.87333°N 11.79917°E / 45.87333; 11.79917 (Monte Grappa)) that is 3,342 m (10,965 ft) high and is on the border with the Belluno and Vicenza provinces.[4].

The province is rich in water; the main river is the Piave river that flows through the province from north to south.

Veneto provinces.

The province of Treviso borders to the north with the Belluno province, to the east with the Friuli Venezia Giulia region (Pordenone province), to the south with the Padua province and the Metropolitan City of Venice, and to the west with the Vicenza province.

Population[change | change source]

As of 1 January  2016 (2016 -01-01), there are 885,447 persons living in the province,[3] for a population density of 357.1 inhabitants/km².

Evolution of the population in the Treviso province

Municipalities[change | change source]

There are 95 municipalities (or comuni) in the province; they are:

  1. Altivole
  2. Arcade
  3. Asolo
  4. Borso del Grappa
  5. Breda di Piave
  6. Caerano di San Marco
  7. Cappella Maggiore
  8. Carbonera
  9. Casale sul Sile
  10. Casier
  11. Castelcucco
  12. Castelfranco Veneto
  13. Castello di Godego
  14. Cavaso del Tomba
  15. Cessalto
  16. Chiarano
  17. Cimadolmo
  18. Cison di Valmarino
  19. Codognè
  20. Colle Umberto
  21. Conegliano
  22. Cordignano
  23. Cornuda
  24. Crespano del Grappa
  25. Crocetta del Montello
  26. Farra di Soligo
  27. Follina
  28. Fontanelle
  29. Fonte
  30. Fregona
  31. Gaiarine
  32. Giavera del Montello
  33. Godega di Sant'Urbano
  34. Gorgo al Monticano
  35. Istrana
  36. Loria
  37. Mansuè
  38. Mareno di Piave
  39. Maser
  40. Maserada sul Piave
  41. Meduna di Livenza
  42. Miane
  43. Mogliano Veneto
  44. Monastier di Treviso
  45. Monfumo
  46. Montebelluna
  47. Morgano
  48. Moriago della Battaglia
  49. Motta di Livenza
  50. Nervesa della Battaglia
  51. Oderzo
  52. Ormelle
  53. Orsago
  54. Paderno del Grappa
  55. Paese
  56. Pederobba
  57. Pieve di Soligo
  58. Ponte di Piave
  59. Ponzano Veneto
  60. Portobuffolè
  61. Possagno
  62. Povegliano
  63. Preganziol
  64. Quinto di Treviso
  65. Refrontolo
  66. Resana
  67. Revine Lago
  68. Riese Pio X
  69. Roncade
  70. Salgareda
  71. San Biagio di Callalta
  72. San Fior
  73. San Pietro di Feletto
  74. San Polo di Piave
  75. San Vendemiano
  76. San Zenone degli Ezzelini
  77. Santa Lucia di Piave
  78. Sarmede
  79. Segusino
  80. Sernaglia della Battaglia
  81. Silea
  82. Spresiano
  83. Susegana
  84. Tarzo
  85. Trevignano
  86. Treviso
  87. Valdobbiadene
  88. Vazzola
  89. Vedelago
  90. Vidor
  91. Villorba
  92. Vittorio Veneto
  93. Volpago del Montello
  94. Zenson di Piave
  95. Zero Branco

Largest municipalities[change | change source]

The following shows the 12 comuni with the population,[3] and the area and altitude.[5]

No. Comune Population
(2016)
Area
(km²)
Density Altitude
(m)
1 Treviso &&&&&&&&&&083731.&&&&&083,731 55.58 1,506.5 15
2 Conegliano &&&&&&&&&&034891.&&&&&034,891 36.38 959.1 72
3 Castelfranco Veneto &&&&&&&&&&033234.&&&&&033,234 51.61 643.9 43
4 Montebelluna &&&&&&&&&&031228.&&&&&031,228 49.01 637.2 109
5 Vittorio Veneto &&&&&&&&&&028232.&&&&&028,232 82.80 341.0 138
6 Mogliano Veneto &&&&&&&&&&027659.&&&&&027,659 46.26 597.9 8
7 Paese &&&&&&&&&&021968.&&&&&021,968 38.09 576.7 32
8 Oderzo &&&&&&&&&&020379.&&&&&020,379 42.35 481.2 13
9 Villorba &&&&&&&&&&018056.&&&&&018,056 30.53 591.4 26
10 Vedelago &&&&&&&&&&016873.&&&&&016,873 61.85 272.8 43
11 Preganziol &&&&&&&&&&016749.&&&&&016,749 23.10 725.1 12
12 Roncade &&&&&&&&&&014369.&&&&&014,369 61.78 232.6 8

Gallery[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Governo" (in Italian). Provincia di Treviso. http://www.provincia.treviso.it/index.php/governo/presidente. Retrieved 11 April 2017.
  2. "Provincia di Treviso" (in Italian). Tuttitalia.it. http://www.tuttitalia.it/veneto/provincia-di-treviso/. Retrieved 11 April 2017.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Statistiche demografiche ISTAT" (in Italian). Demo.istat.it. http://demo.istat.it/pop2016/index.html. Retrieved 11 April 2017.
  4. "Monte Grappa, Italy". Peakbagger.com. http://www.peakbagger.com/peak.aspx?pid=10129. Retrieved 11 April 2017.
  5. "Comuni in provincia di Treviso per popolazione" (in Italian). Tuttitalia.it. http://www.tuttitalia.it/veneto/provincia-di-treviso/89-comuni/popolazione/. Retrieved 11 April 2017.

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