Province of Verona

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Province of Verona
Province
Loggia del Consiglio in Verona
Loggia del Consiglio in Verona, the provincial seat.
Map with the province of Verona in Italy
Map with the province of Verona, in red, in Italy
Country  Italy
Region Veneto
Capital Verona
Comuni 98
Government
 • President Antonio Pastorello[1]
Area[2]
 • Total 3,096.39 km2 (1,195.52 sq mi)
Population (1 January 2016)[3]
 • Total 922,383
 • Density 297.8898/km2 (771.5310/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 37121-37142 Verona, 37010-37069
Telephone prefix 045, 0442
ISO 3166 code IT-VR
Vehicle registration VR
ISTAT 023
Website Official website

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

Geography[change | change source]

The province of Verona has an area of 3,096.39 km2 (1,195.52 sq mi), the second largest province in the Veneto region, after the Belluno province, and is the most western of the provinces of the region. Most of its territory is almost flat, with few mountains. The highest point of the province is Cima Valdritta, that is 2,218 m (7,277 ft) high.[4].

The main river in the province is the Adige; it flows through the capital of the province. To the west of the province is the Lake Garda (Italian: Lago di Garda), the largest lake of Italy.

The climate in the city of Verona is Humid Subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification: Cfa).[5]

Veneto provinces.

The province of Verona borders to the north with the Trento (Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region), to the east with the Vicenza and Padua provinces, to the southeast with the Rovigo province, to the south and west with the Lombardy region (Mantua province) and to the northwest with the Brescia province (Lombardy region).

Population[change | change source]

As of 1 January 2016, there are 922,383 persons living in the province,[3] for a population density of 297.9 inhabitants/km².

Evolution of the population

Municipalities[change | change source]

There are 98 municipalities (or comuni) in the province; they are:

  1. Affi
  2. Albaredo d'Adige
  3. Angiari
  4. Arcole
  5. Badia Calavena
  6. Bardolino
  7. Belfiore
  8. Bevilacqua
  9. Bonavigo
  10. Boschi Sant'Anna
  11. Bosco Chiesanuova
  12. Bovolone
  13. Brentino Belluno
  14. Brenzone sul Garda
  15. Bussolengo
  16. Buttapietra
  17. Caldiero
  18. Caprino Veronese
  19. Casaleone
  20. Castagnaro
  21. Castel d'Azzano
  22. Castelnuovo del Garda
  23. Cavaion Veronese
  24. Cazzano di Tramigna
  25. Cerea
  26. Cerro Veronese
  27. Cologna Veneta
  28. Colognola ai Colli
  29. Concamarise
  30. Costermano sul Garda
  31. Dolcè
  32. Erbè
  33. Erbezzo
  34. Ferrara di Monte Baldo
  35. Fumane
  36. Garda
  37. Gazzo Veronese
  38. Grezzana
  39. Illasi
  40. Isola della Scala
  41. Isola Rizza
  42. Lavagno
  43. Lazise
  44. Legnago
  45. Malcesine
  46. Marano di Valpolicella
  47. Mezzane di Sotto
  48. Minerbe
  49. Montecchia di Crosara
  50. Monteforte d'Alpone
  51. Mozzecane
  52. Negrar
  53. Nogara
  54. Nogarole Rocca
  55. Oppeano
  56. Palù
  57. Pastrengo
  58. Pescantina
  59. Peschiera del Garda
  60. Povegliano Veronese
  61. Pressana
  62. Rivoli Veronese
  63. Roncà
  64. Ronco all'Adige
  65. Roverchiara
  66. Roverè Veronese
  67. Roveredo di Guà
  68. Salizzole
  69. San Bonifacio
  70. San Giovanni Ilarione
  71. San Giovanni Lupatoto
  72. San Martino Buon Albergo
  73. San Mauro di Saline
  74. San Pietro di Morubio
  75. San Pietro in Cariano
  76. San Zeno di Montagna
  77. Sanguinetto
  78. Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella
  79. Sant'Anna d'Alfaedo
  80. Selva di Progno
  81. Soave
  82. Sommacampagna
  83. Sona
  84. Sorgà
  85. Terrazzo
  86. Torri del Benaco
  87. Tregnago
  88. Trevenzuolo
  89. Valeggio sul Mincio
  90. Velo Veronese
  91. Verona
  92. Veronella
  93. Vestenanova
  94. Vigasio
  95. Villa Bartolomea
  96. Villafranca di Verona
  97. Zevio
  98. Zimella

The largest comune is Verona, with 198.92 km2 (77 sq mi) and the smallest is Concamarise, with 7.91 km2 (3 sq mi). The comune with fewest inhabitants is Ferrara di Monte Baldo, with 226 inhabitants.

Main comuni[change | change source]

The following shows the 10 comuni with more inhabitants with their population,[3] and their area and altitude.[6]

No. Comune Population
(2016)
Area
(km²)
Density Altitude
(m)
1 Verona &&&&&&&&&0258765.&&&&&0258,765 198.92 1,300.8 59
2 Villafranca di Verona &&&&&&&&&&033194.&&&&&033,194 57.34 578.9 54
3 Legnago &&&&&&&&&&025351.&&&&&025,351 79.27 319.8 16
4 San Giovanni Lupatoto &&&&&&&&&&025066.&&&&&025,066 19.01 1,318.6 42
5 San Bonifacio &&&&&&&&&&021284.&&&&&021,284 33.79 629.9 31
6 Bussolengo &&&&&&&&&&019938.&&&&&019,938 24.23 822.9 127
7 Sona &&&&&&&&&&017683.&&&&&017,683 41.15 429.7 169
8 Pescantina &&&&&&&&&&017128.&&&&&017,128 19.73 868.1 80
9 Negrar &&&&&&&&&&017119.&&&&&017,119 40.42 423.5 190
10 Cerea &&&&&&&&&&016529.&&&&&016,529 70.30 235.1 18

Gallery[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Presidente" (in Italian). Provincia di Verona. Retrieved 26 June 2017. 
  2. "Provincia di Verona" (in Italian). Tuttitalia.it. Retrieved 26 June 2017. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Statistiche demografiche ISTAT" (in Italian). Demo.istat.it. Retrieved 26 June 2017. 
  4. "Cima Valdritta, Italy". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 26 June 2017. 
  5. "Verona, Italy - Köppen Climate Classification". Weatherbase. Retrieved 26 June 2017. 
  6. "Comuni in provincia di Verona per popolazione" (in Italian). Tuttitalia.it. Retrieved 27 June 2017. 

Other websites[change | change source]