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Emilia Romagna - Geographical Position

This is one of the largest Italian regions (the sixth), an intermediate zone linking the north with the centre of the country, the part of continental Italy joining the Italian peninsula; as such, it is of great importance from the point of view of communications.

Stretching as far as the Adriatic sea to the east, EmiliaRomagna borders with Veneto to the north-east, with Lombardy to the north and north-west, with Piedmont and Liguria to the west, with Tuscany to the south and with the Marches and the Republic of San Marino to the south-east, and there is close coincidence of administrative and physical boundaries, delineated by easily distinguishable natural features: the Po river to the north (except for the Oltrep Mantovano, part of Lombardy), the Apennine ridge separating the Po Valley slopes from the Tuscany-Marches to the south, and the Adriatic coast to the east.

Capital of the Emilia-Romagna region, Bologna is situated 54 m. above sea level, in a pleasant position at the foot of the outlying Apennine ramifications, at the mouth of the plain of the Reno and Savena valleys.

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