Province of Terni, Umbria Region, Italy
The province was established in 1927, with the southern part of the Umbria region. Among the most important towns are Terni, the province capital and a key railway station in central Italy, Narni and Orvieto.
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Area: 2,122 km² -- Population: about 230,000 inhabitants -- Population Density: 110 per sq km -- Zip/postal codes: 05100, 05010-05039 -- Phone Area Codes: 075, 0744, 0763 -- Car Plate: TR -- Communes: 33 communes -- Official Website: http://www.provincia.terni.it/ -- According to an administrative reform from 1 Jan 2014, the Province is scheduled for suppression and fusion with the Province of Perugia.
The Comuni in the Province of Terni
Acquasparta | Allerona | Alviano | Amelia | Arrone | Attigliano | Avigliano Umbro | Baschi | Calvi dell'Umbria | Castel Giorgio | Castel Viscardo | Fabro | Ferentillo | Ficulle | Giove | Guardea | Lugnano in Teverina | Montecastrilli | Montecchio | Montefranco | Montegabbione | Monteleone d'Orvieto | Narni | Orvieto | Otricoli | Parrano | Penna in Teverina | Polino | Porano | San Gemini | San Venanzo | Stroncone | Terni