Umbria

Umbria (╦łumbrja), is a region of historic and modern central Italy. It is the only Italian region having neither a coastline nor a border with other countries. It includes the Lake Trasimeno, Cascata delle Marmore, and is crossed by the River Tiber. The regional capital is Perugia. Umbria is known for its landscapes, traditions, history, artistic...
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Umbria

noun a mountainous region in central Italy
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Umbria

Mountainous or hilly landlocked region of Italy in the central Apennines, including the provinces of Perugia and Terni; area 8,456 sq km/3,265 sq mi; population (2001 est) 815,600. Its capital is Perugia, and the River Tiber rises in the region; it is on the Nera, the region's other principal river, at Terni that several hydroel...
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Umbria

region, central Italy, including the provinces of Perugia and Terni. It lies roughly equidistant between Rome (south) and Florence (north). The ... [1 related articles]
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Umbria

The Italian region with the capital Perugia is in the heart Italy and is one of the few that does not border on a sea. Viticulture existed in Umbria on both sides of the river Tiber already before the Romans at the time of the Etruscan and the eponymous Umbrier. Archaeological finds and more than 3,000 years old, painstakingly driven into the volca...
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Umbria

Umbria (OOm'brēä) , region (1991 pop. 811,831), 3,265 sq mi (8,456 sq km), central Italy. Perugia is the capital of the landlocked region, which is divided into the provinces of Perugia and Terni (named for their capitals). Crossed by the Apennines in the east, Umbria is almost entire...
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Umbria

[n] - a mountainous region in central Italy
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