Province of Parma, Emilia‑Romagna
The territory of the province of Parma can be divided into 3 different areas: the plain in the north, bordering the Po river; the hills in the center, and the Appennine mountains in the south. The area is known as the "food valley", for its world-famous gourmet traditions, being the homeland of renowned pork products as the prosciutto of Parma and parmesan cheese, and the seat of important Italian food-processing industries, as Barilla and Parmalat. But a great history welcomes the tourist as well, with magnificent castles and art cities.
- Area: 3,449 km²
- Population: about 400,000 inhabitants
- Zip/postal codes: 43010-43100
- Phone Area Codes: 0521, 0524, 0525
- Car Plate: PR
- Communes: 47 communes
- Official website: www.provincia.parma.it -- According to an administrative reform from 1 Jan 2014, the Province is scheduled for suppression and fusion with the Province of Piacenza.
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Provinces of Emilia-Romagna
The Comuni in the Province
Albareto | Bardi | Bedonia | Berceto | Bore | Borgo Val di Taro | Busseto | Calestano | Collecchio | Colorno | Compiano | Corniglio | Felino | Fidenza | Fontanellato | Fontevivo | Fornovo di Taro | Langhirano | Lesignano de Bagni | Medesano | Mezzani | Monchio delle Corti | Montechiarugolo | Neviano degli Arduini | Noceto | Palanzano | Parma | Pellegrino Parmense | Polesine Parmense | Roccabianca | Sala Baganza | Salsomaggiore Terme | | San Secondo Parmense | Sissa | Solignano | Soragna | Sorbolo | Terenzo | Tizzano Val Parma | Tornolo | Torrile | Traversetolo | Trecasali | Valmozzola | Varano de Melegari | Varsi | Zibello