Regions of Italy

Can you name the 20 regions of Italy?
Quiz by scorp1970
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Last updated: January 8, 2020
First submittedDecember 21, 2011
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Capital
Region
L'Aquila
Abruzzo
Aosta
Aosta Valley
Bari
Apulia
Potenza
Basilicata
Catanzaro
Calabria
Naples
Campania
Bologna
Emilia-Romagna
Trieste
Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Rome
Lazio
Genoa
Liguria
Milan
Lombardy
Ancona
Marche
Campobasso
Molise
Turin
Piedmont
Cagliari
Sardinia
Palermo
Sicily
Florence
Tuscany
Trento
Trentino-Alto Adige
Perugia
Umbria
Venice
Veneto
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Level 36
Apr 27, 2015
I am curious as to why there are the Italian spellings of some cities, (i.e. Firenze for Florence) but some are spelt the English way? (i.e. Naples for Napoli) Not that it really effects the quiz in any way... Just seems inconsistent. Anyways, wonderful quiz by the way!
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Level ∞
Sep 12, 2015
This has been corrected.
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Level 71
May 2, 2021
Curious why spelled is spelled spelt by Brits when everyone knows that spelt is a grain.
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Level 77
Jul 30, 2021
Curious as to why some people are unable to accept that spelling differences exist between different countries.
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Level 42
Apr 21, 2022
curious as to who asked
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Level 74
Aug 11, 2015
The one that always gets me is Piedmont, although Friuli is tricky. I remember Molise because it is kind of the political barrier between the North and South, and I remember Basilicata because it's my favorite region. I love this quiz :D
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Level 68
Feb 20, 2017
Quite true, but Abruzzo is still considered Southern Italy (or Mezzogiorno)
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Level 56
Jan 16, 2020
lmao, basilicata is literally the worst region of italy, there is nothing there
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Level 30
May 12, 2020
Matera
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Level 59
Aug 18, 2016
Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line.
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Level 49
Apr 1, 2017
Trentino-Alto Adige could also be South Tyrol, because that's what it has been called historically.
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Level 63
Apr 5, 2017
South Tyrol is only a part of Trentino-Alto Adige, so they are not the same thing.
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Level 50
Dec 10, 2021
south tirol is only alto adige. there's another part in the entire region
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Level 73
Jun 27, 2017
As a wine lover, not too difficult (they're also the wine regions of Italy). Alto Adige should be accepted I feel
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Level 33
Jun 28, 2017
6/20 and I am from neighboring Croatia :P
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Level 58
Jul 3, 2017
Was left with two to get, time ticking away, then noticed that the table with the answers listed the regions alphabetically and could work out what was missing from that. So thanks a lot JetPunk for helping! :-)
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Level 37
May 16, 2020
Too easy for an italian...
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Level 54
Jul 9, 2020
Wow, this quiz was submitted in 2011? This is one of the oldest quizzes on the site!
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Level 42
Nov 20, 2020
Can you please allow "Le Marche" for Marche?
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Level 75
Mar 20, 2021
I was expecting South Tyrol here.
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Level 50
Dec 10, 2021
south tyrol is a part of trentino-alto adige. it corresponds to alto adige
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Level 50
Jun 11, 2021
Maybe accept FVG for Friuli-Venezia-Giulia? It's the abbreviation for it.
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Level 21
May 5, 2022
Well it's not like you have to type the whole thing. Just "Friuli"
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Level 55
Nov 28, 2021
Please except 'Bolzano' or 'South Tyrol' for Trentino-Alto Adige. Google Maps call it Bolzano, and historically it's South Tyrol, so you should accept both.
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Level 50
Dec 10, 2021
south tyrol is only a part of trentino-alto adige. it corresponds to alto adige