Province of Vicenza

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Province of Vicenza
Province
Villa Cordellina Lombardi
Villa Cordellina Lombardi, Vicenza
Map with the province of Vicenza in Italy
Map with the province of Vicenza, in red, in Italy
Country  Italy
Region Veneto
Capital Vicenza
Comuni 120
Government[1]
 • President Achille Variati
Area[2]
 • Total 2,722.53 km2 (1,051.17 sq mi)
Population (1 January 2016)[3]
 • Total 867,314
 • Density 318.5691/km2 (825.0902/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 36100, 36010-36078
Telephone prefix 0424, 0444, 0445
ISO 3166 code IT-VI
Vehicle registration VI
ISTAT 024
Website Official website

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

Geography[change | change source]

Map of the Vicenza province

The province of Vicenza has an area of 2,722.53 km2 (1,051.17 sq mi). The southern part is largely flat (the Pianura Padana, here known as Pianura veneta) except for a group of small hills (the Berici Hills), south of the city of Vicenza. There are many high mountains in the northern part of the province; the highest mountain of the province is Cima Dódici 45°59′51″N 11°28′5″E / 45.99750°N 11.46806°E / 45.99750; 11.46806 (Cima Dódici)) that is 2,336 m (7,664 ft) high and is on the border with the province of Trento (Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region).[4]

The province is rich in water; the main rivers in the province are:

  1. Brenta, 174 km (108 mi); and
  2. Bacchiglione, 118 km (73 mi)
Veneto provinces.

The province of Vicenza borders to the north with the Trento province (Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol region), to the northeast with the Belluno province, to the east with the Treviso province, to the south with the Padua province, and to the west with the Verona province.

Population[change | change source]

As of 1 January 2016, there are 867,314 persons living in the province,[3] for a population density of 318.6 inhabitants/km².

Evolution of the population in the Vicenza province

Municipalities[change | change source]

There are 120 municipalities (or comuni) in the province; they are:

  1. Agugliaro
  2. Albettone
  3. Alonte
  4. Altavilla Vicentina
  5. Altissimo
  6. Arcugnano
  7. Arsiero
  8. Arzignano
  9. Asiago
  10. Asigliano Veneto
  11. Barbarano Vicentino
  12. Bassano del Grappa
  13. Bolzano Vicentino
  14. Breganze
  15. Brendola
  16. Bressanvido
  17. Brogliano
  18. Caldogno
  19. Caltrano
  20. Calvene
  21. Camisano Vicentino
  22. Campiglia dei Berici
  23. Campolongo sul Brenta
  24. Carrè
  25. Cartigliano
  26. Cassola
  27. Castegnero
  28. Castelgomberto
  29. Chiampo
  30. Chiuppano
  31. Cismon del Grappa
  32. Cogollo del Cengio
  33. Conco
  34. Cornedo Vicentino
  35. Costabissara
  36. Creazzo
  37. Crespadoro
  38. Dueville
  39. Enego
  40. Fara Vicentino
  41. Foza
  42. Gallio
  43. Gambellara
  44. Gambugliano
  45. Grisignano di Zocco
  46. Grumolo delle Abbadesse
  47. Isola Vicentina
  48. Laghi
  49. Lastebasse
  50. Longare
  51. Lonigo
  52. Lugo di Vicenza
  53. Lusiana
  54. Malo
  55. Marano Vicentino
  56. Marostica
  57. Mason Vicentino
  58. Molvena
  59. Monte di Malo
  60. Montebello Vicentino
  61. Montecchio Maggiore
  62. Montecchio Precalcino
  63. Montegalda
  64. Montegaldella
  65. Monteviale
  66. Monticello Conte Otto
  67. Montorso Vicentino
  68. Mossano
  69. Mussolente
  70. Nanto
  71. Nogarole Vicentino
  72. Nove
  73. Noventa Vicentina
  74. Orgiano
  75. Pedemonte
  76. Pianezze
  77. Piovene Rocchette
  78. Pojana Maggiore
  79. Posina
  80. Pove del Grappa
  81. Pozzoleone
  82. Quinto Vicentino
  83. Recoaro Terme
  84. Roana
  85. Romano d'Ezzelino
  86. Rosà
  87. Rossano Veneto
  88. Rotzo
  89. Salcedo
  90. San Nazario
  91. San Pietro Mussolino
  92. San Vito di Leguzzano
  93. Sandrigo
  94. Santorso
  95. Sarcedo
  96. Sarego
  97. Schiavon
  98. Schio
  99. Solagna
  100. Sossano
  101. Sovizzo
  102. Tezze sul Brenta
  103. Thiene
  104. Tonezza del Cimone
  105. Torrebelvicino
  106. Torri di Quartesolo
  107. Trissino
  108. Val Liona
  109. Valdagno
  110. Valdastico
  111. Valli del Pasubio
  112. Valstagna
  113. Velo d'Astico
  114. Vicenza
  115. Villaga
  116. Villaverla
  117. Zanè
  118. Zermeghedo
  119. Zovencedo
  120. Zugliano

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 Vicenza &&&&&&&&&0112953.&&&&&0112,953 80.57 1,401.9 39
2 Bassano del Grappa &&&&&&&&&&043372.&&&&&043,372 47.06 921.6 129
3 Schio &&&&&&&&&&039355.&&&&&039,355 66.21 594.4 200
4 Valdagno &&&&&&&&&&026234.&&&&&026,234 50.22 522.4 230
5 Arzignano &&&&&&&&&&025844.&&&&&025,844 34.19 755.9 118
6 Thiene &&&&&&&&&&024363.&&&&&024,363 19.70 1,236.7 147
7 Montecchio Maggiore &&&&&&&&&&023664.&&&&&023,664 30.54 774.9 72
8 Lonigo &&&&&&&&&&016391.&&&&&016,391 49.42 331.7 31
9 Malo &&&&&&&&&&014951.&&&&&014,951 30.53 489.7 116
10 Cassola &&&&&&&&&&014619.&&&&&014,619 12.74 1,147.5 92
11 Romano d'Ezzelino &&&&&&&&&&014478.&&&&&014,478 21.35 678.1 132
12 Rosà &&&&&&&&&&014417.&&&&&014,417 24.32 592.8 96

Gallery[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Il Presidente" (in Italian). Provincia di Vicenza. Retrieved 19 May 2017. 
  2. "Provincia di Vicenza" (in Italian). Tuttitalia.it. Retrieved 19 May 2017. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Statistiche demografiche ISTAT" (in Italian). Demo.istat.it. Retrieved 19 May 2017. 
  4. "Cima Dódici, Italy". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 19 May 2017. 
  5. "Comuni in provincia di Vicenza per popolazione" (in Italian). Tuttitalia.it. Retrieved 19 May 2017. 

Other websites[change | change source]