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Apulia

Regione Puglia
Zone South Italy
Capital Bari
President Raffaele Fitto
Provinces Bari
Brindisi
Foggia
Lecce
Taranto
Municipalities 258
Area 19,000 km²
Population
 - Total
 - Density

4,000,000
210/km²
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Map higlighting the location of Puglia in Italy

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Apulia is a region of Italy (called Puglia in Italian), bordering on Molise to the north-west, Campania to the south-west, Basilicata to the south, the Adriatic Sea to the east and the Ionian Sea to the south-east. It is close to Albania, which is 80 km across the Adriatic. The region covers 19,223 km² and has a population of 4.02 million.

The regional capital is Bari. The region is divided into five provinces: Bari, Taranto, Foggia, Lecce and Brindisi.

Other towns include:


Regions of Italy
Regular Regions
Abruzzo | Basilicata | Calabria | Campania | Emilia-Romagna | Lazio (Latium) | Liguria | Lombardia (Lombardy) | Marche | Molise | Piemonte (Piedmont) | Puglia (Apulia) | Toscana (Tuscany) | Umbria | Veneto |
Regions with special autonomous status
Friuli-Venezia Giulia | Sardegna (Sardinia) | Sicilia (Sicily) | Trentino-Alto Adige (Trentino-South Tyrol) | Valle d'Aosta (Aosta Valley)