Province of Monza e Brianza, Lombardy
The Province of Monza-Brianza was officially established on May 12, 2004, with its own administrative authority starting from 2009, with communes previously part of the province of Milano.
The territory of the new province Monza-Brianza is rich in history and art. Especially the Brianza is a land of castles and towers, beautiful countryside mansions with richly frescoed walls, and a was the center of the Languebard reign in medieval times.
- Area: 405,49 km²
- Population: about 830,000 inhabitants
- Phone Area Codes: 039, 0362, 02
- Car Plate: MB
- Communes: 55 communes -- According to an administrative reform from 1 Jan 2014, the Province is scheduled for suppression and fusion with the Metropolitan City of Milano.
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Provinces of Lombardy
The Comuni in the Province
Agrate Brianza | Aicurzio | Albiate | Arcore | Barlassina | Bellusco | Bernareggio | Besana in Brianza | Biassono | Bovisio-Masciago | Briosco | Brugherio | Burago di Molgora | Busnago | Camparada | Caponago | Carate Brianza | Carnate | Cavenago di Brianza | Ceriano Laghetto | Cesano Maderno | Cogliate | Concorezzo | Cornate d'Adda | Correzzana | Desio | Giussano | Lazzate | Lentate sul Seveso | Lesmo | Limbiate | Lissone | Macherio | Meda | Mezzago | Misinto | Monza | Muggiò | Nova Milanese | Ornago | Renate | Roncello | Ronco Briantino | Seregno | Seveso | Sovico | Sulbiate | Triuggio | Usmate Velate | Varedo | Vedano al Lambro | Veduggio con Colzano | Verano Brianza | Villasanta | Vimercate