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Flag of Italy
Land Area 294,140 km2
Water Area 7,200 km2
Total Area 301,340km2 (#71)
Population 62,007,540 (#23)
Population Density 210.81/km2
Government Type Parliamentary Republic
GDP (PPP) $2,220.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $36,300
Currency Euro (EUR)
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Italy's climate varies rather dramatically north to south. In November it can be overcast and freezing in Milan, partly cloudy and 70 degrees in Rome, and hot and sunny in Palermo.

In the mountain regions of the north, summers are usually cooler than the southern reaches of the country, and winters bring very cold temperatures and snow, often heavy.

Directly to the south of the Alps in the Po River Valley (from Turin to Venice) summers are warm and humid, with frequent thunderstorms; the fall months are pleasant but can be a bit foggy and chilly, and winter brings dense fog, cold temperatures, and snow is rather common central and west.

The coastal areas of Italy experience much milder winters and are generally hot and dry in summer. The further south, the hotter and drier conditions become.

In central and southern Italy, the winter months are very mild, summers are usually hot and dry, and sunny sky's are the norm. In far southern Italy and on Sicily, temps reach a bit higher in summer, while fall and winter can be rainy.

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HIGH TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 45/7 (Feb) 46/7 (Mar) 57/13 (Apr) 61/16

(May) 72/22 (Jun) 80/26 (Jul) 82/28 (Aug) 77/24

(Sep) 72/22 (Oct) 61/16 (Nov) 49/9 (Dec) 41/4

LOW TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 24/-4 (Feb) 25/-4 (Mar) 35/1 (Apr) 43/6

(May) 50/10 (Jun) 60/15 (Jul) 62/16 (Aug) 59/14

(Sep) 57/13 (Oct) 47/8 (Nov) 35/1 (Dec) 22/-5


HIGH TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 55/13 (Feb) 54/12 (Mar) 61/15 (Apr) 64/17

(May) 73/22 (Jun) 79/26 (Jul) 85/29 (Aug) 83/28

(Sep) 80/26 (Oct) 74/22 (Nov) 67/19 (Dec) 60/15

LOW TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 47/8 (Feb) 46/7 (Mar) 49/9 (Apr) 53/11

(May) 61/15 (Jun) 68/19 (Jul) 74/23 (Aug) 73/22

(Sep) 70/20 (Oct) 63/17 (Nov) 57/13 (Dec) 51/10


HIGH TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 53/11 (Feb) 52/11 (Mar) 61/16 (Apr) 66/18

(May) 79/25 (Jun) 85/29 (Jul) 91/32 (Aug) 85/29

(Sep) 81/26 (Oct) 71/21 (Nov) 62/16 (Dec) 52/11

LOW TEMPERATURES ( Fahrenheit/Celsius )

(Jan) 35/1 (Feb) 36/2 (Mar) 42/5 (Apr) 49/9

(May) 62/16 (Jun) 67/19 (Jul) 72/21 (Aug) 67/19

(Sep) 62/16 (Oct) 54/11 (Nov) 47/8 (Dec) 40/4

This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.

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Italy regions & their capitals

Region Capital Quick Reference
Abruzzo L'Aquila
Aosta Valley Aosta
Apulia Bari
Basilicata Potenza
Calabria Catanzaro
Campania Napoli
Emilia-Romagna Bologna
Friuli-Venezia Giulia Trieste
Lazio Rome
Liguria Genoa
Lombardy Milano
Marche Ancona
Molise Campobasso
Piedmont Turin
Sardinia Cagliari Sardinia
Sicily Palermo Sicily
Trentino-South Tyrol Trento
Tuscany Florence
Umbria Perugia
Veneto Venice

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