Campania is a region found in the nation of Italy. Home to 5,766,810 people, it is the 2nd largest division in Italy in terms of population.
Campania gained its current status as a region in the year 1948. The government of Campania is lead by Vincenzo De Lucaand is based in the region capital of Napoli (Population: 959,470).
The most populous cities in Campania are: Napoli (Population: 959,470), Salerno (Population: 125,797), Torre del Greco (Population: 85,897), Giugliano in Campania (Population: 80,269), Caserta (Population: 72,844).
Campania Region - Quick Facts
|Year of Establishment||1948|
|Capital||Napoli (Population: 959,470)|
|Head of Government||Vincenzo De Luca|
|Total Area||13,595 sq km (5,249 sq miles)|
|Population Density||424.2 sq km (1,098.6 sq miles)|
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