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Insular Italy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Insular Italy (Italian: Italia insulare or just Isole) is one of the five official statistical regions of Italy used by the National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT ...

Insular Italy - Languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Insular Italy is available in 9 languages. Return to Insular Italy. Languages. català; español; français; italiano; 日本語; Latina; русский; sardu

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Geography. Insular Italy occupies one-sixth of the national territory in surface area. Territorially, both Sicily and Sardinia include several minor islands and ...

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Geography . Insular Italy occupies one-sixth of the national territory in surface area. Territorially, both Sicily and Sardinia include several minor islands and ...

Insular Italy: Cities and Information - Comuni-Italiani.it

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INSULAR ITALY - Limoneimports.com

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Insular Italy (Isole) is an official region of Italy and is made up of the islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and several additional minor islands. The photo above is a ...

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Palermo lies in a basin, formed by the rivers Papireto, Kemonia and Oreto. The basin was named during the 9th century Conca d'Oro (the Golden Basin) by the Arabs. it ...

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Insular Italy: Sicily - Sardinia. Main tourist attractions: Catania, Palermo, Isole Eolie, Trapani, Cefalù, Modica, Noto, Ragusa, Siracusa, Etna, Taormina ...