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Province of Viterbo, Lazio Region, Italy

The Province of Viterbo was established by Royal Decree on 2 January 1927, and included the historical area called Tuscia, the heart of the Etruscan civilization in Latium.

Province of Viterbo

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Area: 3,612 km² -- Population: about 300,000 inhabitants -- Zip/postal codes: 01100, 01010-01039 -- Phone Area Codes: 0761, 0763, 0766, 06 -- Car Plate: VT -- Communes: 60 communes -- Official website: http://www.provincia.viterbo.it/ -- According to an administrative reform from 1 Jan 2014, the Province is scheduled for suppression and fusion with the Province of Rieti.

The Comuni in the Province of Viterbo

Acquapendente | Arlena di Castro | Bagnoregio | Barbarano Romano | Bassano in Teverina | Bassano Romano | Blera | Bolsena | Bomarzo | Calcata | Canepina | Canino | Capodimonte | Capranica | Caprarola | Carbognano | Castel Sant'Elia | Castiglione in Teverina | Celleno | Cellere | Civita Castellana | Civitella d'Agliano | Corchiano | Fabrica di Roma | Faleria | Farnese | Gallese | Gradoli | Graffignano | Grotte di Castro | Ischia di Castro | Latera | Lubriano | Marta | Montalto di Castro | Monte Romano | Montefiascone | Monterosi | Nepi | Onano | Oriolo Romano | Orte | Piansano | Proceno | Ronciglione | San Lorenzo Nuovo | Soriano nel Cimino | Sutri | Tarquinia | Tessennano | Tuscania | Valentano | Vallerano | Vasanello | Vejano | Vetralla | Vignanello | Villa San Giovanni in Tuscia | Viterbo | Vitorchiano

Accommodation in the Province of Viterbo

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