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{{About||the EU constituency|Central Italy (European Parliament constituency)}}







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LazioMarche}} MarcheToscana}} ToscanaUmbria}} Umbria|blank_name=Languages|blank_info= |blank1_name= â€“ Official languageItalian language>Italian|blank3_name= â€“ Other common languages|blank3_info={{unbulleted list|Central ItalianTuscan dialect>Tuscan}}|area_total_km2=58052|population_est=12067524AUTHOR=WEBSITE=WWW.DEMO.ISTAT.IT, |pop_est_as_of=2016 est.}}Central Italy ( or just ) is one of the five official statistical regions of Italy used by the National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT), a first-level NUTS region and a European Parliament constituency.

Regions

Central Italy encompasses four of the country's 20 regions: The southernmost and easternmost parts of Lazio (Sora, Cassino, Gaeta, Cittaducale, Formia, and Amatrice districts) are often included in Southern Italy (the so-called Mezzogiorno) for cultural and historical reasons, since they were once part of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and southern Italian dialects are spoken.As a geographical region, however, central Italy may also include the regions of Abruzzo and Molise,Source: Touring Club Italiano (TCI), "Atlante stradale d'Italia". 1999–2000 TCI Atlas. {{ISBN|88-365-1115-5}} (Northern Italy volume) – {{ISBN|88-365-1116-3}} (Central Italy volume) – {{ISBN|88-365-1117-1}} (Southern Italy volume)Source: De Agostini, "Atlante Geografico Metodico". {{ISBN|88-415-6753-8}}Source: Enciclopedia Italiana "Treccani" which are usually part of Southern Italy for cultural and historical reasons.

Politics

Marche, Tuscany and Umbria – together with Emilia-Romagna – are considered to be the most left-leaning regions in Italy, and together are also referred to as the "Red Belt".NEWS, The Guardian, 'Italians first': how the populist right became Italy's dominant force, 1 December 2018,weblink BOOK, 313, The Regions of Italy: A Reference Guide to History and Culture, 2002,weblink Roy Palmer Domenico, NEWS, The Local, Italy's EU election results by region: Who won where?, 27 May 2019,weblink BOOK, 362, Western Europe 2003, 2002,weblink Lazio, particularly outside of Rome, is more politically conservative, a trait which it shares with Southern Italy.{{Citation needed |date=October 2019}}

See also

References

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