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Province of Terni
Palazzo Bazzani in Terni, the provincial seat
Map with the province of Terni, in red, in Italy
|• Total||2,127.18 km2 (821.31 sq mi)|
(31 December 2015)
|• Density||107.6876/km2 (278.9097/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
|Telephone prefix||075, 0744, 0763|
The province of Terni was created in 1927 when the old Province of the Umbria, created in 1860, was divided in two provinces, the Perugia and Terni provinces.
The province of Terni has an area of 2,127.18 km2 (821 sq mi), one-third of both the area and population of the Umbria region.
The province is bordered to the north with the province of Perugia, to the east, south and west with the Lazio (the Rieti and Viterbo provinces) and to north-west with the Tuscany (province of Siena).
The highest mountain in the province is Monte Aspra (altitude of 1,652 m (5,420 ft).), in the eastern part of the province, with an
There are two fluvial parks, to protect two rivers and their areas around them, in the province of Terni: Parco fluviale del Tevere ("Fluvial park of the Tiber") and Parco fluviale del Nera ("Fluvial park of the Nera").
The province of Terni has 33 comuni. There are only four comuni with more than 10,000 people living in them; they areː
The largest comune is Orvieto, with 281.27 km2 (109 sq mi) and the three smallest are Attigliano (10.51 km2 [4 sq mi] ), Montefranco (10.09 km2 [4 sq mi] ) and Penna in Teverina (10.00 km2 [4 sq mi] ). Only two comuni have less than 1,000 inhabitantsː Parrano with 534 inhabitants, and Polino with 233 inhabitants
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