The Région of Venezia (into Venetian Rejon del Vèneto , in Italian Regione del Veneto ) is a Région of Italy the North-East of approximately 4,8 million inhabitants, whose capital is Venice. The spoken languages are the Vénitien, the Ladin (in the area of Cortina d' Ampezzo) and the Italian . Although only the last is officially recognized, a law for the official recognition of Venetian was approvée at the District council. Among the Italian areas, Venezia is, with the Sardinia, to see its inhabitants recognized like people with whole share.
It is delimited in the east by the area of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia, in north by the Austria, in the North-West by the Trentin-Haut-Adige, in the west by the Lombardy, in the south by the Emilie-Romagna and in the east by the Adriatic Sea (Golfe of Venice).
The geographical aspect most remarkable is without any doubt the lagoon of Venice.
The most important rivers are in the south the Po (with the Delta of Po) and the Adige, of which the valley goes back to the Col of Brenner, important point of passage towards the Austria, in the center the Brenta and north the Piave.
In the west, is the Lake Garda.
The notable reliefs are in the North-West the the Alps, in particular the Monts Lessini, the Plateau of Asiago and the Dolomites with the Glacier of the Marmolada and in the plain, of the hills, the mounts euganéens, of ic origin Volcan.
The east coast low and lagunaire. An important port: Mestre - Venice.
The republic of Venice remained independent until the end of the 18th century (1797), time to which it was yielded by Napoleon to the Austrians.
Venezia was cut down by its oriental party in 1945 with creation of a new area, the Friuli-Venezia Giulia, in order to give a " back pays" at the Town of Trieste following the annexation of Istrie by Yugoslavia de Tito.
the language most spoken in Venezia is the Vénitien, followed by Italian and, in the mountains, by the ladin and the cimbre, a German source language only spoken in this area. The bilingual road signs appears sometimes in double form (local language/Italian).
The area of Venezia is subdivided into seven provinces:
- Province of Belluno - See also: list of the 69 communes
- Province of Padoue - See also: list of the 104 communes
- Province of Rovigo - See also: list of the 50 communes
- Province of Trévise - See also: list of the 95 communes
- Province of Venice - See also: list of the 44 communes
- Province of Vérone - See also: list of the 98 communes
- Province of Vicence - See also: list of the 121 communes
- Official site of the '' Regione del Veneto ''
- Tourism in Venezia
- Gate of Venezia
- cultural Site of Venezia
- cultural Site of Valpolicella
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