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Province of Reggio Emilia, Emilia‑Romagna

The Province of Reggio Emilia is crossed by three rivers, the Po, Enza and Secchia, and by a network of canals, among them the most famous is the Naviglio, used since the Middle Ages to reach Ferrara and Venice. The name comes from the Roman Via Emilia, which has connected the region to Rome for 2000 years.

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  • Area: 2,293 km²
  • Population: over 480,000 inhabitants
  • Zip/postal codes: 42010-42025, 42028, 42030-42035, 42037, 42039-42049, 42100
  • Phone Area Codes: 0522, 0536
  • Car Plate: RE
  • Communes: 45 communes
  • Official website: www.provincia.re.it -- According to an administrative reform from 1 Jan 2014, the Province is scheduled for fusion with the Province of Modena.
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The Comuni in the Province

Albinea | Bagnolo in Piano | Baiso | Bibbiano | Boretto | Brescello | Busana | Cadelbosco di Sopra | Campagnola Emilia | Campegine | Canossa | Carpineti | Casalgrande | Casina | Castellarano | Castelnovo di Sotto | Castelnovo ne' Monti | Cavriago | Collagna | Correggio | Fabbrico | Gattatico | Gualtieri | Guastalla | Ligonchio | Luzzara | Montecchio Emilia | Novellara | Poviglio | Quattro Castella | Ramiseto | Reggio nell'Emilia | Reggiolo | Rio Saliceto | Rolo | Rubiera | San Martino in Rio | San Polo d'Enza | Sant'Ilario d'Enza | Scandiano | Toano | Vetto | Vezzano sul Crostolo | Viano | Villa Minozzo.

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