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The province of Oristano
Oristano
(Italian: provincia di Oristano, Sardinian: provìntzia de Aristanis) is a province in the autonomous island region of Sardinia
Sardinia
in Italy. Its capital is the city of Oristano. It has an area of 3,040 square kilometres (1,170 sq mi), a total population of 160,746 (2016), and a population density of 53.7 people per square kilometer. There are 78 municipalities (comuni) in the province).[2]

Contents

1 History 2 Communes 3 References 4 External links

History[edit] The province of Oristano
Oristano
is the smallest province in Sardinia
Sardinia
and was formed from sections of the provinces of Cagliari and Nuoro. It occupies roughly the same area as the Giudicato of Arborea
Giudicato of Arborea
of the High Middle Ages.[3] It borders Nuoro, Cagliari and the Sea of Sardinia.[4] A large area of the province's coastline is part of the gulf of Oristano, and the land in the province is mainly flat and there is some marshland. The province contains Santa Giusta
Santa Giusta
(commune) and Tharros
Tharros
(former city), which both date from the Carthaginian Republic's rule of the area.[4] The town Arborea
Arborea
was founded by Benito Mussolini's fascist regime as Mussolinia to be an experimental town, for which, farmers were moved from Emilia Romagna and Veneto. The River Tirso flows through the province of Oristano
Oristano
from the province of Nuoro,[4] and its mouth is located at the Gulf of Oristano. Temo is the only other river to flow through the province. The town of Bosa
Bosa
is located in the region alongside a river and its medieval fortifications remain.[3] The province of Oristano
Oristano
was formed in 1975[3] and had been largely unaffected/undamaged by tourism.[5] Communes[edit] The province has a total of 78 communes, the largest of which are:[4][6]

Commune Population

Oristano 32,821

Terralba 10,309

Cabras 8,860

Marrubiu 5,023

Ghilarza 4,629

Mogoro 4,623

Santa Giusta 4,622

Arborea 3,992

Samugheo 3,407

Uras 3,081

References[edit]

^ "Provincia Oristano". ISTAT. Retrieved 9 July 2017.  ^ "Oristano". Upinet. Archived from the original on 7 August 2007. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ a b c Ros Belford; Martin Dunford; Celia Woolfrey (2003). Italy. Rough Guides. p. 1080. ISBN 978-1-84353-060-2.  ^ a b c d Roy Palmer Domenico (2002). The Regions of Italy: A Reference Guide to History and Culture. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 262. ISBN 978-0-313-30733-1.  ^ "Province of Oristano". Charming Sardinia. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ "Oristano" (in Italian). Comuni-Italiani. Retrieved 1 August 2015. 

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Coordinates: 39°54′N 8°35′E / 39.900°N 8.583°E / 39.900; 8.583

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The province of Oristano
Oristano
(Italian: provincia di Oristano, Sardinian: provìntzia de Aristanis) is a province in the autonomous island region of Sardinia
Sardinia
in Italy. Its capital is the city of Oristano. It has an area of 3,040 square kilometres (1,170 sq mi), a total population of 160,746 (2016), and a population density of 53.7 people per square kilometer. There are 78 municipalities (comuni) in the province).[2]

Contents

1 History 2 Communes 3 References 4 External links

History[edit] The province of Oristano
Oristano
is the smallest province in Sardinia
Sardinia
and was formed from sections of the provinces of Cagliari and Nuoro. It occupies roughly the same area as the Giudicato of Arborea
Giudicato of Arborea
of the High Middle Ages.[3] It borders Nuoro, Cagliari and the Sea of Sardinia.[4] A large area of the province's coastline is part of the gulf of Oristano, and the land in the province is mainly flat and there is some marshland. The province contains Santa Giusta
Santa Giusta
(commune) and Tharros
Tharros
(former city), which both date from the Carthaginian Republic's rule of the area.[4] The town Arborea
Arborea
was founded by Benito Mussolini's fascist regime as Mussolinia to be an experimental town, for which, farmers were moved from Emilia Romagna and Veneto. The River Tirso flows through the province of Oristano
Oristano
from the province of Nuoro,[4] and its mouth is located at the Gulf of Oristano. Temo is the only other river to flow through the province. The town of Bosa
Bosa
is located in the region alongside a river and its medieval fortifications remain.[3] The province of Oristano
Oristano
was formed in 1975[3] and had been largely unaffected/undamaged by tourism.[5] Communes[edit] The province has a total of 78 communes, the largest of which are:[4][6]

Commune Population

Oristano 32,821

Terralba 10,309

Cabras 8,860

Marrubiu 5,023

Ghilarza 4,629

Mogoro 4,623

Santa Giusta 4,622

Arborea 3,992

Samugheo 3,407

Uras 3,081

References[edit]

^ "Provincia Oristano". ISTAT. Retrieved 9 July 2017.  ^ "Oristano". Upinet. Archived from the original on 7 August 2007. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ a b c Ros Belford; Martin Dunford; Celia Woolfrey (2003). Italy. Rough Guides. p. 1080. ISBN 978-1-84353-060-2.  ^ a b c d Roy Palmer Domenico (2002). The Regions of Italy: A Reference Guide to History and Culture. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 262. ISBN 978-0-313-30733-1.  ^ "Province of Oristano". Charming Sardinia. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ "Oristano" (in Italian). Comuni-Italiani. Retrieved 1 August 2015. 

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Coordinates: 39°54′N 8°35′E / 39.900°N 8.583°E / 39.900; 8.583

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The province of Oristano
Oristano
(Italian: provincia di Oristano, Sardinian: provìntzia de Aristanis) is a province in the autonomous island region of Sardinia
Sardinia
in Italy. Its capital is the city of Oristano. It has an area of 3,040 square kilometres (1,170 sq mi), a total population of 160,746 (2016), and a population density of 53.7 people per square kilometer. There are 78 municipalities (comuni) in the province).[2]

Contents

1 History 2 Communes 3 References 4 External links

History[edit] The province of Oristano
Oristano
is the smallest province in Sardinia
Sardinia
and was formed from sections of the provinces of Cagliari and Nuoro. It occupies roughly the same area as the Giudicato of Arborea
Giudicato of Arborea
of the High Middle Ages.[3] It borders Nuoro, Cagliari and the Sea of Sardinia.[4] A large area of the province's coastline is part of the gulf of Oristano, and the land in the province is mainly flat and there is some marshland. The province contains Santa Giusta
Santa Giusta
(commune) and Tharros
Tharros
(former city), which both date from the Carthaginian Republic's rule of the area.[4] The town Arborea
Arborea
was founded by Benito Mussolini's fascist regime as Mussolinia to be an experimental town, for which, farmers were moved from Emilia Romagna and Veneto. The River Tirso flows through the province of Oristano
Oristano
from the province of Nuoro,[4] and its mouth is located at the Gulf of Oristano. Temo is the only other river to flow through the province. The town of Bosa
Bosa
is located in the region alongside a river and its medieval fortifications remain.[3] The province of Oristano
Oristano
was formed in 1975[3] and had been largely unaffected/undamaged by tourism.[5] Communes[edit] The province has a total of 78 communes, the largest of which are:[4][6]

Commune Population

Oristano 32,821

Terralba 10,309

Cabras 8,860

Marrubiu 5,023

Ghilarza 4,629

Mogoro 4,623

Santa Giusta 4,622

Arborea 3,992

Samugheo 3,407

Uras 3,081

References[edit]

^ "Provincia Oristano". ISTAT. Retrieved 9 July 2017.  ^ "Oristano". Upinet. Archived from the original on 7 August 2007. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ a b c Ros Belford; Martin Dunford; Celia Woolfrey (2003). Italy. Rough Guides. p. 1080. ISBN 978-1-84353-060-2.  ^ a b c d Roy Palmer Domenico (2002). The Regions of Italy: A Reference Guide to History and Culture. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 262. ISBN 978-0-313-30733-1.  ^ "Province of Oristano". Charming Sardinia. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ "Oristano" (in Italian). Comuni-Italiani. Retrieved 1 August 2015. 

External links[edit]

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Sardinia

Provinces

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History

Nuragic era Judicatus Kingdom Monarchs Viceroys Mining

Politics

Elections in Sardinia List of Presidents of Sardinia Political parties Nationalism

Culture

Flag Music Tourist attractions Archaeological and artistic sights People (Sardinians • Catalans
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Abbasanta Aidomaggiore Albagiara Ales Allai Arborea Ardauli Assolo Asuni Baradili Baratili San Pietro Baressa Bauladu Bidonì Bonarcado Boroneddu Bosa Busachi Cabras Cuglieri Curcuris Flussio Fordongianus Genoni Ghilarza Gonnoscodina Gonnosnò Gonnostramatza Laconi Magomadas Marrubiu Masullas Milis Modolo Mogorella Mogoro Montresta Morgongiori Narbolia Neoneli Norbello Nughedu Santa Vittoria Nurachi Nureci Ollastra Oristano Palmas Arborea Pau Paulilatino Pompu Riola Sardo Ruinas Sagama Samugheo San Nicolò d'Arcidano San Vero Milis Santa Giusta Santu Lussurgiu Scano di Montiferro Sedilo Seneghe Senis Sennariolo Siamaggiore Siamanna Siapiccia Simala Simaxis Sini Siris Soddì Solarussa Sorradile Suni Tadasuni Terralba Tinnura Tramatza Tresnuraghes Ulà Tirso Uras Usellus Villa Sant'Antonio Villa Verde Villanova Truschedu Villaurbana Zeddiani Zerfaliu

Coordinates: 39°54′N 8°35′E / 39.900°N 8.583°E / 39.900; 8.583

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The province of Oristano
Oristano
(Italian: provincia di Oristano, Sardinian: provìntzia de Aristanis) is a province in the autonomous island region of Sardinia
Sardinia
in Italy. Its capital is the city of Oristano. It has an area of 3,040 square kilometres (1,170 sq mi), a total population of 160,746 (2016), and a population density of 53.7 people per square kilometer. There are 78 municipalities (comuni) in the province).[2]

Contents

1 History 2 Communes 3 References 4 External links

History[edit] The province of Oristano
Oristano
is the smallest province in Sardinia
Sardinia
and was formed from sections of the provinces of Cagliari and Nuoro. It occupies roughly the same area as the Giudicato of Arborea
Giudicato of Arborea
of the High Middle Ages.[3] It borders Nuoro, Cagliari and the Sea of Sardinia.[4] A large area of the province's coastline is part of the gulf of Oristano, and the land in the province is mainly flat and there is some marshland. The province contains Santa Giusta
Santa Giusta
(commune) and Tharros
Tharros
(former city), which both date from the Carthaginian Republic's rule of the area.[4] The town Arborea
Arborea
was founded by Benito Mussolini's fascist regime as Mussolinia to be an experimental town, for which, farmers were moved from Emilia Romagna and Veneto. The River Tirso flows through the province of Oristano
Oristano
from the province of Nuoro,[4] and its mouth is located at the Gulf of Oristano. Temo is the only other river to flow through the province. The town of Bosa
Bosa
is located in the region alongside a river and its medieval fortifications remain.[3] The province of Oristano
Oristano
was formed in 1975[3] and had been largely unaffected/undamaged by tourism.[5] Communes[edit] The province has a total of 78 communes, the largest of which are:[4][6]

Commune Population

Oristano 32,821

Terralba 10,309

Cabras 8,860

Marrubiu 5,023

Ghilarza 4,629

Mogoro 4,623

Santa Giusta 4,622

Arborea 3,992

Samugheo 3,407

Uras 3,081

References[edit]

^ "Provincia Oristano". ISTAT. Retrieved 9 July 2017.  ^ "Oristano". Upinet. Archived from the original on 7 August 2007. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ a b c Ros Belford; Martin Dunford; Celia Woolfrey (2003). Italy. Rough Guides. p. 1080. ISBN 978-1-84353-060-2.  ^ a b c d Roy Palmer Domenico (2002). The Regions of Italy: A Reference Guide to History and Culture. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 262. ISBN 978-0-313-30733-1.  ^ "Province of Oristano". Charming Sardinia. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ "Oristano" (in Italian). Comuni-Italiani. Retrieved 1 August 2015. 

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Province of Oristano.

(in Italian) Official website

v t e

Sardinia

Provinces

Cagliari Nuoro Oristano Sassari South Sardinia

History

Nuragic era Judicatus Kingdom Monarchs Viceroys Mining

Politics

Elections in Sardinia List of Presidents of Sardinia Political parties Nationalism

Culture

Flag Music Tourist attractions Archaeological and artistic sights People (Sardinians • Catalans
Catalans
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Corsicans
• Italians)

Languages

Italian Sardinian (Logudorese, Campidanese) Sassarese Gallurese Algherese Catalan Tabarchino Ligurian

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Sardinia
Sardinia
· Comuni of the Province of Oristano

Abbasanta Aidomaggiore Albagiara Ales Allai Arborea Ardauli Assolo Asuni Baradili Baratili San Pietro Baressa Bauladu Bidonì Bonarcado Boroneddu Bosa Busachi Cabras Cuglieri Curcuris Flussio Fordongianus Genoni Ghilarza Gonnoscodina Gonnosnò Gonnostramatza Laconi Magomadas Marrubiu Masullas Milis Modolo Mogorella Mogoro Montresta Morgongiori Narbolia Neoneli Norbello Nughedu Santa Vittoria Nurachi Nureci Ollastra Oristano Palmas Arborea Pau Paulilatino Pompu Riola Sardo Ruinas Sagama Samugheo San Nicolò d'Arcidano San Vero Milis Santa Giusta Santu Lussurgiu Scano di Montiferro Sedilo Seneghe Senis Sennariolo Siamaggiore Siamanna Siapiccia Simala Simaxis Sini Siris Soddì Solarussa Sorradile Suni Tadasuni Terralba Tinnura Tramatza Tresnuraghes Ulà Tirso Uras Usellus Villa Sant'Antonio Villa Verde Villanova Truschedu Villaurbana Zeddiani Zerfaliu

Coordinates: 39°54′N 8°35′E / 39.900°N 8.583°E / 39.900; 8.583

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 144228791 GND: 4276157-

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