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Where is Sardinia, Italy?

Location of region of Sardinia on a map

Sardinia is a region found in the nation of Italy. Home to 1,639,362 people, it is the 11th largest division in Italy in terms of population.

Sardinia gained its current status as a region in the year 1948. The government of Sardinia is lead by Francesco Pigliaruand is based in the region capital of Cagliari (Population: 149,257).

The most populous cities in Sardinia are: Cagliari (Population: 149,257), Sassari (Population: 91,895), Quartu Sant'Elena (Population: 66,620).

Sardinia Region - Quick Facts

Country Italy
Region Type Region
ISO Code IT_88
Time Zone CEST
Year of Establishment 1948
Capital Cagliari (Population: 149,257)
Head of Government Francesco Pigliaru
Total Population 1,639,362
Total Area 24,090 sq km (9,301 sq miles)
Population Density 68.1 sq km (176.3 sq miles)
This page was last modified on July 24, 2015.

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