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Palermo Province

Province of Palermo
Province

Map highlighting the location of the province of Palermo in Italy
Country  Italy
Region Sicilia
Capital(s) Palermo
Comuni 82
Government
 • President Francesco Musotto
Area
 • Total 4,992 km2 (1,927 sq mi)
Population (2012)
 • Total 1,249,533
 • Density 250/km2 (650/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 90010, 90010-90035, 90037-90049, 90100
Telephone prefix 091, 0921, 0924
Vehicle registration PA
ISTAT 082

The Province of Palermo (Italian: Provincia di Palermo; Sicilian: Pruvincia di Palermu) is a province in the autonomous region of Sicily, a major island in Southern Italy. Its capital is the city of Palermo. The Province of Palermo has 82 comuni (see Comunes of the Province of Palermo), 1,249,533 inhabitants, (24.9% of the Sicilian population) and is 4,992 km² (19.4% of the Sicilian territory).

External links

  • (Italian) Province website
  • (English) Pictures, history, tourism, gastronomy, books, local products, local surnames, transportation in the province of Palermo

Coordinates: 38°06′56″N 13°21′41″E / 38.11556°N 13.36139°E / 38.11556; 13.36139

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