The province of Ancona (Italian: provincia di Ancona) is a province in the Marche region of central Italy. Its capital is the city of Ancona, and the province borders the Adriatic Sea. The city of Ancona is also the capital of Marche. To the north, the province is bordered by the Adriatic Sea, and the Apennine Mountains to the west.
Ancona ( / æŋˈkoʊnə /,  also US: / ænˈ -, ɑːnˈ -/,    Italian: [aŋˈkoːna] ( listen); Ancient Greek: Ἀγκών, romanized : Ankṓn) is a city and a seaport in the Marche region in central Italy, with a population of around 101,997 as of 2015. Ancona is the capital of the province of Ancona and of the region.
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Ancona has an area of 1,963.22 km2 (758 sq mi). The province is bordered to the northeast and east by the Adriatic Sea, to the northwest by the province of Pesaro and Urbino, to the west with Umbria (province of Perugia) and to the south with the province of Macerata. The main rivers in the province, from north to south, areː 1. Cesano 2. Misa 3. E...
There are 474,124 persons living in the province (1 January 2017), for a population densityof 241.5 inhabitants/km². Evolution of the population
There are 47 municipalities (or comuni) in the province; they are: The largest comune is Fabriano, with 272.08 km2 (105 sq mi) and the smallest is Concamarise, with 6.05 km2 (2 sq mi). Only two comuni have less than 1,000 inhabitants (2017)ː San Paolo di Jesi with 912 inhabitants, and Poggio San Marcellowith 685 inhabitants.Port of Ancona.Santa Maria della Piazza, Ancona.Pergolesi theater, Jesi.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The following is a list of the 49 municipalities ( comuni) of the Province of Ancona, Marche, Italy. List See also List of municipalities of Italy References ^ "Statistics". ISTAT (in Italian). v t e Marche · Comuni of the Province of Ancona Agugliano Ancona Arcevia Barbara Belvedere Ostrense Camerano
The Republic of Ancona was a medieval commune and maritime republic notable for its economic development and maritime trade, particularly with the Byzantine Empire and Eastern Mediterranean, although somewhat confined by Venetian supremacy on the sea. It enjoyed excellent relations with the Kingdom of Hungary, was an ally of the Republic of Ragusa, and maintained good relations with the Turks. All these relationships enabled it to serve as central Italy's gateway to the Orient. Included in the P
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