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Italy Cities by Population


300 cities shown of 6193 total Italy cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Roma 2,563,241
2. Milano 1,306,661
3. Napoli 988,972
4. Torino 865,263
5. Palermo 672,175
6. Genova 601,951
7. Florence 371,517
8. Bologna 371,217
9. Bari 316,532
10. Catania 313,110
11. Venice 270,816
12. Verona 253,208
13. Messina 252,026
14. Trieste 211,184
15. Padova 204,870
16. Taranto 202,033
17. Brescia 187,567
18. Reggio di Calabria 180,353
19. Mestre 176,000
20. Modena 175,502
21. Prato 172,499
22. Cagliari 164,249
23. Parma 163,457
24. Livorno 156,274
25. Foggia 155,203
26. Perugia 149,125
27. Reggio nell'Emilia 141,877
28. Salerno 138,188
29. Ravenna 134,631
30. Ferrara 130,992
31. Rimini 128,656
32. Siracusa 123,657
33. Sassari 120,729
34. Monza 120,204
35. Pescara 116,286
36. Bergamo 113,143
37. Forli 108,335
38. Latina 107,898
39. Vicenza 107,223
40. Terni 105,018
41. Trento 104,946
42. Pinocchio di Ancona 102,117
43. Novara 100,910
44. Ancona 100,507
45. Giugliano in Campania 97,999
46. Andria 95,653
47. Piacenza 95,594
48. Catanzaro 95,251
49. Udine 95,030
50. Bolzano - Bozen 94,989
51. Barletta 92,094
52. Arezzo 91,589
53. La Spezia 91,391
54. Pesaro 91,086
55. Cesena 90,948
56. Torre del Greco 90,607
57. Lido di Roma 90,000
58. Pisa 89,694
59. Brindisi 89,081
60. Alessandria 85,438
61. Pistoia 84,274
62. Lecce 83,303
63. Casoria 81,888
64. Lucca 81,862
65. Varese 80,511
66. Treviso 80,144
67. Sesto San Giovanni 78,850
68. Pozzuoli 78,754
69. Como 78,680
70. Marsala 77,784
71. Busto Arsizio 75,916
72. Caserta 75,208
73. Guidonia 75,025
74. Cosenza 72,998
75. Gela 72,774
76. Cinisello Balsamo 72,050
77. Asti 71,276
78. Grosseto 71,263
79. Pavia 71,214
80. Cremona 70,887
81. Lamezia Terme 70,501
82. Nicastro 70,288
83. Potenza 69,060
84. Ragusa 68,956
85. L'Aquila 68,503
86. Trapani 68,346
87. Quartu Sant'Elena 68,040
88. Guidonia Montecelio 67,516
89. Castellammare di Stabia 66,929
90. Massa 66,769
91. Carrara 65,034
92. Imola 64,348
93. Altamura 64,167
94. Molfetta 62,546
95. Afragola 62,319
96. Savona 62,167
97. Benevento 61,791
98. Carpi 61,476
99. Caltanissetta 61,438
100. Viareggio 61,103
101. Portici 60,218
102. Crotone 60,010
103. Viterbo 59,308
104. Matera 57,785
105. Manfredonia 57,704
106. Fano 57,529
107. Vigevano 57,450
108. Marano di Napoli 57,448
109. Cerignola 57,366
110. Bitonto 56,929
111. Ercolano 56,738
112. Aprilia 56,028
113. San Severo 55,861
114. Vittoria 55,317
115. Agrigento 54,619
116. Legnano 53,797
117. Faenza 53,641
118. Aversa 53,369
119. Moncalieri 53,350
120. Trani 53,139
121. Avellino 52,703
122. Modica 52,639
123. Siena 52,625
124. Cava de' Tirreni 52,616
125. Chieti 52,486
126. Cuneo 52,334
127. Chioggia 51,779
128. Bisceglie 51,718
129. Ascoli Piceno 51,375
130. Foligno 51,130
131. Teramo 51,023
132. Bagheria 50,854
133. San Giorgio a Cremano 50,763
134. Campobasso 50,762
135. San Remo 50,608
136. Fiumicino 50,535
137. Mazara del Vallo 50,377
138. Battipaglia 50,359
139. Rovigo 50,289
140. Rho 50,246
141. Acireale 50,190
142. Scandicci 50,136
143. Civitavecchia 50,032
144. Rivoli 49,792
145. Tivoli 49,342
146. Pordenone 49,122
147. Martina Franca 48,756
148. Frosinone 48,636
149. Cologno Monzese 48,262
150. Velletri 48,236
151. Torre Annunziata 48,011
152. Casalnuovo di Napoli 47,940
153. Nichelino 47,791
154. Mantova 47,790
155. Scafati 47,082
156. Settimo Torinese 46,982
157. Vercelli 46,967
158. Bollate 46,781
159. Lecco 46,723
160. Monopoli 46,708
161. Collegno 46,641
162. Nocera Inferiore 46,540
163. Gallarate 46,361
164. Sesto Fiorentino 46,054
165. Biella 45,740
166. Paterno 45,725
167. Acerra 45,688
168. Paderno Dugnano 45,444
169. Olbia 45,366
170. San Benedetto del Tronto 45,054
171. Corato 44,971
172. Empoli 44,094
173. Alghero 44,000
174. Misterbianco 43,995
175. Pomezia 43,960
176. Alcamo 43,890
177. Rieti 43,785
178. Capannori 42,454
179. Gravina in Puglia 42,154
180. Senigallia 41,550
181. Barcellona-Pozzo di Gotto 41,258
182. Macerata 40,875
183. Lodi 40,805
184. Bassano del Grappa 40,736
185. Montesilvano 40,700
186. Pomigliano d'Arco 40,519
187. Sciacca 40,240
188. Jesi 40,008
189. Marcianise 39,876
190. Sassuolo 39,852
191. Imperia 39,458
192. Seregno 39,206
193. Grugliasco 38,725
194. Fasano 38,667
195. Arzano 38,510
196. Cascina 38,359
197. Avezzano 38,337
198. Civitanova Marche 38,299
199. Corigliano Calabro 38,241
200. Voghera 38,183
201. Licata 37,976
202. Spoleto 37,889
203. Citta di Castello 37,889
204. Maddaloni 37,546
205. Schio 37,444
206. Caltagirone 37,373
207. Campi Bisenzio 37,249
208. Rozzano 37,207
209. Caivano 36,966
210. Anzio 36,952
211. Saronno 36,895
212. Nuoro 36,678
213. Terracina 36,633
214. Quarto 36,543
215. Francavilla Fontana 36,274
216. Nettuno 36,080
217. Ciampino 36,074
218. Modugno 35,980
219. Eboli 35,842
220. Rossano 35,835
221. Lanciano 35,798
222. Gorizia 35,667
223. Venaria Reale 35,660
224. Merano 35,505
225. Fermo 35,502
226. San Dona di Piave 35,417
227. Vasto 35,362
228. Mira 35,355
229. Casale Monferrato 35,244
230. Lucera 35,162
231. Cantu 35,153
232. Conegliano 35,100
233. Desio 35,069
234. Belluno 35,050
235. Formia 34,931
236. Adrano 34,490
237. Lissone 34,450
238. Rende 34,421
239. Monterotondo 34,376
240. Pinerolo 34,360
241. Melito di Napoli 34,208
242. Aosta 34,062
243. Vibo Valentia 33,957
244. Piombino 33,925
245. Riccione Marina 33,887
246. Augusta 33,820
247. Albano Laziale 33,692
248. Rovereto 33,422
249. Corsico 33,273
250. Somma Vesuviana 33,261
251. Segrate 33,199
252. Cesano Maderno 33,094
253. Casalecchio di Reno 33,029
254. Crema 32,981
255. Ostuni 32,901
256. Chieri 32,868
257. Cassino 32,762
258. Frattamaggiore 32,731
259. Nola 32,730
260. Marino 32,706
261. Cisterna di Latina 32,584
262. San Donato Milanese 32,354
263. Pagani 32,349
264. Milazzo 32,108
265. Monreale 31,964
266. Pioltello 31,936
267. Grottaglie 31,894
268. Manduria 31,747
269. Canicatti 31,713
270. Sant'Antimo 31,672
271. Gubbio 31,616
272. Lugo 31,603
273. Limbiate 31,551
274. Castelfranco Veneto 31,486
275. Brugherio 31,470
276. Canosa di Puglia 31,445
277. San Giuliano Milanese 31,295
278. Avola 31,289
279. Oristano 31,169
280. Favara 31,098
281. Verbania 31,070
282. Sarno 31,059
283. Fondi 31,023
284. Partinico 31,003
285. Massafra 30,923
286. Santa Maria Capua Vetere 30,745
287. Rosignano Marittimo 30,581
288. Nardo 30,520
289. Castelvetrano 30,518
290. Carbonia 30,447
291. San Giuliano Terme 30,392
292. Termoli 30,255
293. Camaiore 30,206
294. Marigliano 30,083
295. Formigine 30,073
296. Mugnano di Napoli 30,069
297. Fabriano 30,019
298. Ladispoli 29,968
299. Alba 29,910
300. Angri 29,761



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Italy History

The origin of the term Italy, from Latin Italia, is uncertain. According to one of the more common explanations, the term was borrowed through Greek, from Oscan Vteli, meaning land of young cattle"" and named for the god of cattle, Mars. The bull was a symbol of the southern Italian tribes and is often depicted goring the Roman wolf as a defiant symbol of free Italy during the Samnite Wars."

The name Italia applied to a part of what is now southern Italy. According to Antiochus of Syracuse, it originally only referred to the southern portion of the Bruttium peninsula, but by his time Oenotrians and Italy had become synonymous, and the name also applied to most of Lucania as well. The Greeks gradually came to apply the name Italia"" to a larger region, but it was not until the time of the Roman conquests that the term was expanded to cover the entire peninsula."

Excavations throughout Italy reveal a modern human presence dating back to the Palaeolithic period some 200,000 years ago. In the 8th and 7th centuries BC Greek colonies were established all along Sicily and the southern part of the Italian Peninsula. Subsequently Romans referred to this area as Magna Graecia as it was so densely inhabited by Greeks. Ancient Rome was at first a small agricultural community founded circa 8th century BC that grew the next centuries into a colossal empire encompassing the whole Mediterranean Sea, in which Ancient Greek and Roman cultures merged into one civilization. This older civilization was so influential that parts of it survive in modern law, administration, philosophy and arts forming the ground where Western civilization is based upon. In its twelve-century existence, it transformed from a republic to monarchy and finally to autocracy. In steady decline since 2nd century AD, the empire finally broke into two parts in 285 AD: the Western Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire in the East. The western part under the pressure of Goths finally dissolved leaving the Italian peninsula divided into small independent kingdoms and feuding city states for the next 14 centuries, and the eastern part as the sole heir to Roman legacy.







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