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Province of Perugia, Umbria

Province of Perugia
The Province of Perugia, the larger of the two provinces in Umbria, covered all of Umbria until 1927, when the Terni Province was formed in the southern part of the region.

Provinces of Umbria

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  • Area: 6,334 km²
  • Population: about 660,000 inhabitants
  • Population Density: 104 per sq km
  • Zip/postal codes: 06100, 06010-06089
  • Phone Area Codes: 075, 0578, 0742, 0743
  • Car Plate: PG
  • Communes: 59 communes
  • Official website: http://www.provincia.perugia.it/ -- According to an administrative reform from 1 Jan 2014, the Province is scheduled to include also the Province of Terni.
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The Comuni in the Province

Assisi | Bastia | Bettona | Bevagna | Campello sul Clitunno | Cannara | Cascia | Castel Ritaldi | Castiglione del Lago | Cerreto di Spoleto | Citerna | Città della Pieve | Citta di Castello | Collazzone | Corciano | Costacciaro | Deruta | Foligno | Fossato di Vico | Fratta Todina | Giano Dell'Umbria | Gualdo Cattaneo | Gualdo Tadino | Gubbio | Lisciano Niccone | Magione | Marsciano | Massa Martana | Monte Castello di Vibio | Monte Santa Maria Tiberina | Montefalco | Monteleone di Spoleto | Montone | Nocera Umbra | Norcia | Paciano | Panicale | Passignano sul Trasimeno | PERUGIA | Piegaro | Pietralunga | Poggiodomo | Preci | San Giustino | Sant'Anatolia di Narco | Scheggia e Pascelupo | Scheggino | Sellano | Sigillo | Spello | Spoleto | Todi | Torgiano | Trevi | Tuoro sul Trasimeno | Umbertide | Valfabbrica | Vallo di Nera | Valtopina.