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Province of Asti, Piedmont Region, Italy

Province of Asti
The Province of Asti is located in the center of Piedmont, a territory of hills crossed by the Tanaro River, with the province capital Asti right in the middle. The province is crossed by the so called Via Francigena, a network of itineraries followed since the early Middle Ages by pilgrims directed to Rome; this Via is sided by innumerable romanesque churches and abbeys. The hilly area called Monferrato is renowned for the quality of its wines, among them the moscato d'Asti, and the spumante, a typical fizzy wine used one festive occasions to toast.

Info

  • Area: 1,511 km²
  • Population: about 210,000 inhabitants
  • Zip/postal codes: from 14010 to 14100
  • Phone Area Codes: 011, 0141, 0144
  • Car Plate: AT
  • Communes: 118 communes
  • According to an administrative reform from 1 Jan 2014, the Province is scheduled for suppression and fusion with the Province of Alessandria.

The Comuni in the Province

Agliano Terme | Albugnano | Antignano | Aramengo | Asti | Azzano d'Asti | Baldichieri d'Asti | Belveglio | Berzano di San Pietro | Bruno | Bubbio | Buttigliera d'Asti | Calamandrana | Calliano | Calosso | Camerano Casasco | Canelli | Cantarana | Capriglio | Casorzo | Cassinasco | Castagnole delle Lanze | Castagnole Monferrato | Castel Boglione | Castel Rocchero | Castell'Alfero | Castellero | Castelletto Molina | Castello di Annone | Castelnuovo Belbo | Castelnuovo Calcea | Castelnuovo Don Bosco | Cellarengo | Celle Enomondo | Cerreto d'Asti | Cerro Tanaro | Cessole | Chiusano d'Asti | Cinaglio | Cisterna d'Asti | Coazzolo | Cocconato | Corsione | Cortandone | Cortanze | Cortazzone | Cortiglione | Cossombrato | Costigliole d'Asti | Cunico | Dusino San Michele | Ferrere | Fontanile | Frinco | Grana | Grazzano Badoglio | Incisa Scapaccino | Isola d'Asti | Loazzolo | Maranzana | Maretto | Moasca | Mombaldone | Mombaruzzo | Mombercelli | Monale | Monastero Bormida | Moncalvo | Moncucco Torinese | Mongardino | Montabone | Montafia | Montaldo Scarampi | Montechiaro d'Asti | Montegrosso d'Asti | Montemagno | Montiglio Monferrato | Moransengo | Nizza Monferrato | Olmo Gentile | Passerano Marmorito | Penango | Piea | Pino d'Asti | Piovà Massaia | Portacomaro | Quaranti | Refrancore | Revigliasco d'Asti | Roatto | Robella | Rocca d'Arazzo | Roccaverano | Rocchetta Palafea | Rocchetta Tanaro | San Damiano d'Asti | San Giorgio Scarampi | San Martino Alfieri | San Marzano Oliveto | San Paolo Solbrito | Scurzolengo | Serole | Sessame | Settime | Soglio | Tigliole | Tonco | Tonengo | Vaglio Serra | Valfenera | Vesime | Viale | Viarigi | Vigliano d'Asti | Villa San Secondo | Villafranca d'Asti | Villanova d'Asti | Vinchio

Provinces of Piedmont