Province of Pesaro and Urbino facts for kids
|Province of Pesaro and Urbino
Pesaro e Urbino
The Ducal Palace of Urbino
Map with the province of Pesaro and Urbino, in red, in Italy
|• Total||2,567.78 km2 (991.43 sq mi)|
|Population (31 December 2015)|
|• Density||140.8068/km2 (364.6881/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CETU (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
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The province is also known as "Riviera of Hills". It is mostly covered by hills and is popular for its beaches..
Pesaro and Urbino has an area of 1,963.22 km2 (758 sq mi). The province is surrounded by the state of San Marino and Emilia-Romagna in the north, Umbria and Tuscany in the west, Ancona in the south and the Adriatic Sea on the east.
|San Marino||Emilia-Romagna||Adriatic Sea|
|Pesaro and Urbino|
The main rivers in the province, from north to south, are (all of them flow to the east into tfe Adriatic Sea)ː
- Conca; its mouth is between Cattolica and Misano Adriatico.
- Foglia; its mouth is in Pesaro.
- Metauro; its mouth is in Fano.
- Cesano, that forms partially the limit with the province of Ancona; its mouth is near Senigallia.
The province has 59 comuni. The comuni with more people (over 8,000) living in them areː
The largest comune is Urbino, with 226.50 km2 (87 sq mi) and the smallest is Gabicce Mare, with 4.94 km2 (2 sq mi). The comune with least inhabitants is Frontino, with 293 inhabitants.
Twinned and partner towns
The province of Pesaro and Urbino is twinned with:
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