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  1. Italy (True Books: Geography: Countries) by Christine Petersen, David Petersen, et all 2002-03
  2. Around the World Italy by Noel Graveline, 1996-12
  3. Italy in Pictures (Visual Geography. Second Series) by Alison Behnke, 2002-10
  4. Industrial Geography of Italy (Croom Helm industrial geography series) by M King, 1985-09
  5. Italy in Pictures (Visual Geography Series) by E. W. Egan, 1977-06
  6. The Industrial Geography of Italy (Croom Helm Industrial Geography Series) by Russell King, 1985-12
  7. Western Mediterranean Europe: A Historical Geography of Italy, Spain, and Southern France Since the Neolithic by Catherine Delano-Smith, 1980-04
  8. The Teaching of Geography in Switzerland and North Italy: Being the Report Presented to the Court of the University of Wales on a Visit to Switzerland ... 1898, as Gilchrist Travelling Student (1899) by Joan Bernice Reynolds, 2009-07-08
  9. Berlusconi's Italy: Mapping Contemporary Italian Politics by Michael E. Shin, John A. Agnew, 2008-03-28
  10. Questione Meridionale in Southern Italy (University of Durham. Dept. of Geography. Research papers series) by Russell King, 1972-03
  11. Place and Politics in Modern Italy (University of Chicago Geography Research Papers) by John A. Agnew, 2002-10-01
  12. C isfor Ciao: An Italy Alphabet (Discover the World) by Elissa Grodin, Mario Cuomo, 2008-12-09
  13. Italy (Country Explorers) by Madeline Donaldson, 2010-08
  14. Italy (Major World Nations) by Kathryn Bonomi, Christine Schlank, 1998-05

1. Geography Of Italy - Map Of Italy Geography
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    Italy, Land Area: 116,305 sq mi (301,230 sq km), including the islands Sardinia and Sicily, just slightly larger than the U.S. state of Arizona. zSB(3,3) Italy, Population: Just over 58 million people. Italy Capital: Rome, population around 2.5 million within city limitsItaly's largest city. Mountain Ranges: There are two major mountain ranges in Italy, the Alps and the Appennino or Apennines. The Alps, divided into regions called, from west to east the Occidentali , the Centrali , and the Orientali , border with France, Austria and Switzerland. The backbone of Italy is formed by the north-south trending Appennino chain. You may hear of the

    2. Italy's Geography
    Italy’s shaped like a boot. Most of the land is covered by mountains and is divided into eight different regions. One of the eight regions is the Alpine Slope, which runs up to
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    Italyís shaped like a boot. Most of the land is covered by mountains and is divided into eight different regions. One of the eight regions is the Alpine Slope, which runs up to the northern most part of Italy. The landscape has huge mountains and very deep valleys. Forests of beech, oak, and chestnut trees grow on the lower levels of the mountain. Low bushes still only grow on the higher levels of the mountains. The highest mountaintops just have rocks and glaciers. The rivers get their water from the melting snow. The hydroelectric plants along the coast of the Alpine River provide a lot of Italyís electric power. The Po Valley is the second land region. Itís also called the North Italian Plain. The Italian Plain stretches between the Alps in the north and the Apennine Mountains in the south. Waterways grow from the melting snow from those mountains when they cross the valley. They feed into Italyís longest river. The Po floods periodically, but flooding is controlled by a system of dikes. The Po Valley is the richest and most modern agricultural region in Italy, and its land is almost totally cultivated. It is also Italyís most densely populated region, with a lot of cities and a growing number of industrial suburban towns. Milan and Turin, in the western part of the valley, are at the center of the most heavily industrialized part of Italy. During the 1800ís, much of this land was drained and turned into farmland. The Adriatic Plains is the third lan d region. It is a small region north of the Adriatic Sea. Its eastern edge borders Slovenia. The plainís eastern half is known as the Carso. It is a limestone plateau and is not good for farming.

    3. Italy Geography 1995 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resourc
    Italy Geography 1995 Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System
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      Location: Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea Map references: Africa, Europe, Standard Time Zones of the World Area:
      total area: 301,230 sq km
      land area: 294,020 sq km
      comparative area: slightly larger than Arizona
      note: includes Sardinia and Sicily Land boundaries: total 1,899.2 km, Austria 430 km, France 488 km, Holy See (Vatican City) 3.2 km, San Marino 39 km, Slovenia 199 km, Switzerland 740 km Coastline: 4,996 km Maritime claims:
      continental shelf: 200-m depth or to depth of exploitation territorial sea: 12 nm International disputes: none Climate: predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south Terrain: mostly rugged and mountainous; some plains, coastal lowlands Natural resources: mercury, potash, marble, sulfur, dwindling natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, coal
  • 4. Italy - Geography
    Italy is located in Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia.
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    Geography Italy Location: Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia Geographic coordinates: 42 50 N, 12 50 E Map references: Europe Area: total: 301,230 sq km
    note: includes Sardinia and Sicily
    water: 7,210 sq km
    land: 294,020 sq km Area - comparative: slightly larger than Arizona Land boundaries: total: 1,932.2 km border countries: Austria 430 km, France 488 km, Holy See (Vatican City) 3.2 km, San Marino 39 km, Slovenia 232 km, Switzerland 740 km Coastline: 7,600 km Maritime claims: territorial sea: 12 nm continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation Climate: predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south

    5. Italy Geography 2000 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resourc
    Italy Geography 2000 Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System
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      Location: Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia Geographic coordinates: 42 50 N, 12 50 E Map references: Europe Area:
      total: 301,230 sq km land: 294,020 sq km water: 7,210 sq km note: includes Sardinia and Sicily Area - comparative: slightly larger than Arizona Land boundaries: total: 1,932.2 km border countries: Austria 430 km, France 488 km, Holy See (Vatican City) 3.2 km, San Marino 39 km, Slovenia 232 km, Switzerland 740 km Coastline: 7,600 km Maritime claims: continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation territorial sea: 12 nm Climate: predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south Terrain: mostly rugged and mountainous; some plains, coastal lowlands Elevation extremes: lowest point: Mediterranean Sea m highest point: Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco) 4,807 m Natural resources: mercury, potash, marble, sulfur, dwindling natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, coal, arable land Land use: arable land: permanent crops: permanent pastures: forests and woodland: other: 21% (1993 est.)
  • 6. Italy Geography 2002 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resourc
    Italy Geography 2002 Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System
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    SOURCE: 2002 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK
      Location Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia Geographic coordinates 42 50 N, 12 50 E Map references Europe Area
      total: 301,230 sq km
      note: includes Sardinia and Sicily
      water: 7,210 sq km
      land: 294,020 sq km Area - comparative slightly larger than Arizona Land boundaries total: 1,932.2 km border countries: Austria 430 km, France 488 km, Holy See (Vatican City) 3.2 km, San Marino 39 km, Slovenia 232 km, Switzerland 740 km Coastline 7,600 km Maritime claims continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation territorial sea: 12 NM Climate predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south Terrain mostly rugged and mountainous; some plains, coastal lowlands Elevation extremes lowest point: Mediterranean Sea m highest point: Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco) de Courmayeur 4,748 m (a secondary peak of Mont Blanc)
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    Italy Geography. Area tota l 301,230 sq km, note includes Sardinia and Sicily water 7,210 sq km land 294,020 sq km Area comparative slightly larger than Arizona
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    Italy Geography
    Area:
    tota l: 301,230 sq km, note: includes Sardinia and Sicily
    water : 7,210 sq km
    land : 294,020 sq km Area - comparative : slightly larger than Arizona Land boundaries : total: 1,932.2 km
    border countries : Austria 430 km, France 488 km, Holy See (Vatican City) 3.2 km, San Marino 39 km, Slovenia 232 km, Switzerland 740 km Coastline : 7,600 km
    Maritime claims : continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation territorial sea: 12 NM Climate : predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south Terrain : mostly rugged and mountainous; some plains, coastal lowlands Elevation extremes : lowest point: Mediterranean Sea m highest point: Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco) de Courmayeur 4,748 m (a secondary peak of Mont Blanc) Natural resources : mercury, potash, marble, sulfur, natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, coal, arable land Land use : arable land: 28%, permanent crops: 9%, other: 63% (1998 est.) Irrigated land : 26,980 sq km (1998 est.) Natural hazards : regional risks include landslides, mudflows, avalanches, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, flooding; land subsidence in Venice Environment - current issues : air pollution from industrial emissions such as sulfur dioxide; coastal and inland rivers polluted from industrial and agricultural effluents; acid rain damaging lakes; inadequate industrial waste treatment and disposal facilities

    8. Italy Geography 2007, CIA World Factbook
    Italy Geography 2007 http//www.allcountries.org/wfb2007/italy/italy_geography.html SOURCE 2007 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK
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    Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia Geographic coordinates:
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    total: 301,230 sq km land: 294,020 sq km water: 7,210 sq km note: includes Sardinia and Sicily Area - comparative: slightly larger than Arizona Land boundaries: total: 1,932.2 km border countries: Austria 430 km, France 488 km, Holy See (Vatican City) 3.2 km, San Marino 39 km, Slovenia 232 km, Switzerland 740 km Coastline: 7,600 km Maritime claims: territorial sea: 12 nm continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation Climate: predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south Terrain: mostly rugged and mountainous; some plains, coastal lowlands Elevation extremes: lowest point: Mediterranean Sea m highest point: Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco) de Courmayeur 4,748 m (a secondary peak of Mont Blanc)

    9. Italy - Geography
    Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia
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    Italy - Geography
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    Geography Italy Location: Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia Geographic coordinates: 42 50 N, 12 50 E Map references: Europe Area: total: 301,230 sq km
    note: includes Sardinia and Sicily
    water: 7,210 sq km
    land: 294,020 sq km Area - comparative: slightly larger than Arizona Land boundaries: total: 1,932.2 km
    border countries: Austria 430 km, France 488 km, Holy See (Vatican City) 3.2 km, San Marino 39 km, Slovenia 232 km, Switzerland 740 km Coastline: 7,600 km Maritime claims: territorial sea: 12 nm
    continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation Climate: predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south Terrain: mostly rugged and mountainous; some plains, coastal lowlands Elevation extremes: lowest point: Mediterranean Sea m highest point: Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco) de Courmayeur 4,748 m (a secondary peak of Mont Blanc) Natural resources: coal, mercury, zinc, potash, marble, barite, asbestos, pumice, fluorospar, feldspar, pyrite (sulfur), natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, arable land

    10. Italy Geography
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    11. Italy : Geography, Population Cities, Map, Flag, Gdp Gnp Economy, Tourism Travel
    Italy geography, maps, flag, statistics, photos and cultural information about Italy.
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    12. Geography Of Italy - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Italy is located in southern Europe and comprises the short, sandalshaped Italian Peninsula, the land between the peninsula and the Alps, and a number of islands including Sicily and
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    Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (October 2010) Topographic map of Italy Italy's cities and main towns Italy viewed from space. southern Italy and Sicily on the map Italy is located in southern Europe and comprises the short, sandal-shaped Italian Peninsula , the land between the peninsula and the Alps , and a number of islands including Sicily and Sardinia Corsica Italy borders with Switzerland France Austria Slovenia ... Tyrrhenian and Ligurian Sea Highest peak in Italy is Mont Blanc Italy is a mountainous country, with the Alps as the northern boundary and the Apennine Mountains forming the backbone of the peninsula, but in between the two lies a large plain in the valley of the Po Cottian Alps to the Adriatic. Worldwide-known mountains in Italy are Matterhorn (Cervino), Monte Rosa Gran Paradiso in the West Alps, and Bernina Stelvio and Dolomites along the eastern side of the Alps Most of Italy's rivers drain either into the Adriatic Sea (like Po

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      Naples, (Italian: Napoli), Italy, the capital of Campania region and of Naples province. The city is on the Bay of Naples, an arm of the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 120 miles (190 km) southeast of Rome. Naples is third largest city in Italy and is the commercial and industrial center for much of the south. It is also a world tourist center. Chief industries are the manufacture of textiles, chemicals, and metals; food processing; and shipbuilding. The city is well served by roads, highways, and railways, and has an international airport. Naples is the leading passenger port in Italy and is one of the major cargo ports. Naples is a city of historic castles, palaces, and churches. Castel dell' Ovo was built in Roman times. The 13th-century Castel Nuovo was occupied by early French and Spanish rulers of Naples. In the 17th-century Palazzo Reale lived the Spanish Bourbon rulers. San Gennaro is a 13th-century Gothic cathedral. The church of Santa Chiara, in the city's old quarter, dates from the 14th century. Many art treasures are housed in historic sites throughout the city. The University of Naples, founded in 1224 by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II, is the leading educational institution. Others include the Oriental Institute and a conservatory of music. The National Archeological Museum has one of the largest collections of Greco-Roman artifacts in the world. The building was constructed in the 16th century and became the home of the museum in the late 18th century. The opera house, Teatro San Carlo, built in 1737, is one of Italy's most renowned theaters.

    15. Geography And Map Of Italy
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    More Italy Information CIA Factbook ... Geography Home Page Italy Introduction Italy Background: Italy became a nation-state in 1861 when the city-states of the peninsula, along with Sardinia and Sicily, were united under King Victor EMMANUEL II. An era of parliamentary government came to a close in the early 1920s when Benito MUSSOLINI established a Fascist dictatorship. His disastrous alliance with Nazi Germany led to Italy's defeat in World War II. A democratic republic replaced the monarchy in 1946 and economic revival followed. Italy was a charter member of NATO and the European Economic Community (EEC). It has been at the forefront of European economic and political unification, joining the Economic and Monetary Union in 1999. Persistent problems include illegal immigration, organized crime, corruption, high unemployment, sluggish economic growth, and the low incomes and technical standards of southern Italy compared with the prosperous north. zSB(3,3)

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    Italy Geography and Facts Location: Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia Geographic coordinates: 42 50 N, 12 50 E Map references: Europe Area: total: 301,230 sq km land: 294,020 sq km water: 7,210 sq km note: includes Sardinia and Sicily Area - comparative: slightly larger than Arizona Land boundaries: total: 1,932.2 km border countries: Austria 430 km, France 488 km, Holy See (Vatican City) 3.2 km, San Marino 39 km, Slovenia 232 km, Switzerland 740 km Coastline: 7,600 km Maritime claims: continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation territorial sea: 12 nm Climate: predominantly Mediterranean; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south

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    18. Italy: History, Geography, Government, & Culture ‚ÄĒ Infoplease.com
    Information on Italy ‚ÄĒ geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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    Italy is not among the large countries, its square compounds all 301 thousand km 2, that is comparable with terrain of small Norway. The country is had in the central part of
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    he Geography of Italy has two mountain ranges, namely the Alps and the Apennines. The Apennine mountain range is the literal backbone of the country, surrounding the northwestern
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    The diverse and exquisite nature of the Geography of Italy accounts for its attractiveness which has made the country a popular traveler's destination. The country is basically a peninsula with a unique boot shape, extending into the blue waters of the Mediterranean. Surrounded by seas on all three sides, Italy possesses a distinct beauty of its own.
    The geographical features of Italy are varied; the south-western corner of the country is enveloped by Tyrrhenian Sea, while Adriatic Sea takes care of its north-eastern parts. The south-eastern Ionian Sea and the Ligurian Sea located in north-west Italy encircle the country from al possible sides and act as a shield of safety for Italy. The Geography of Italy has two mountain ranges, namely the Alps and the Apennines. The Apennine mountain range is the literal backbone of the country, surrounding the north-western parts, from where it goes to join the Alps. The natural position of both these mountain ranges acquires the shape of an arc and this semicircular topography strengthens the northern boundaries of Italy against ant possible foreign invasions and encroaches. Mont Blanc, popularly known as Monte Bianco, 4810 meters or 5,781 feet above sea levels, is the highest Italian mountain summit. The land also has two reputed volcanoes, among which Mount Vesuvius (1,281 m) close to Naples is presently in a dormant state. The other volcanic peak in Sicily, Mount Etna (3,326 m) is still very active, that seldom poses threat to the inhabitants of Italy.

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