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Marsciano

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Country  Italy
Demonym(s)  Marscianesi
Area  161.6 km²
Local time  Monday 6:12 PM
Postal code  06055
Elevation  184 m (604 ft)
Time zone  CET (UTC+1)
Province  Province of Perugia
Region  Umbria
Dialling code  075
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Province / Metropolitan city  Province of Perugia (PG)
Frazioni  Badiola, Cascina, Castello delle Forme, Castiglione della Valle, Cerqueto, Cerro, Compignano, Marsciano Stazione, Mercatello, Migliano, Monte Vibiano Vecchio, Morcella, Olmeto, Pallotta, Papiano, Pieve Caina, San Biagio della Valle, San Valentino della Collina, Sant'Apollinare, Sant'Elena, Schiavo, Spina, Via Larga, Villanova di Marsciano
Weather  12°C, Wind N at 19 km/h, 42% Humidity

Marsciano is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Perugia in the Italian region Umbria, located about 25 km south of Perugia. As of December 2010, it had a population of 18,770 and an area of 161.6 km².

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Map of Marsciano, Province of Perugia, Italy

The municipality of Marsciano contains the frazioni (subdivisions, mainly villages and hamlets) Badiola, Cascina, Castello delle Forme, Castiglione della Valle, Cerqueto, Cerro, Compignano, Marsciano Stazione, Mercatello, Migliano, Monte Vibiano Vecchio, Morcella, Olmeto, Pallotta, Papiano, Pieve Caina, San Biagio della Valle, San Valentino della Collina, Sant'Apollinare, Sant'Elena, Schiavo, Spina, Via Larga, and Villanova di Marsciano.

Marsciano borders the following municipalities: Collazzone, Deruta, Fratta Todina, Perugia, Piegaro, San Venanzo, Todi.

Rivers

The municipality is watered by the little Nestore River, a tributary of the Tiber. Marsciano's eastern border with neighboring Collazzone is marked by the River Tiber itself.

Notable people

  • Trebonianus Gallus (Monte Vibiano Vecchio, 206 – Terni, 253), Roman emperor from 251 to 253.
  • Francesco Satolli (Marsciano, 1839 – Rome, 1910), cardinal of the catholic church.
  • Luigi Salvatorelli (Marsciano, 1886 – Rome, 1974), historian and journalist.
  • Mariangelo da Cerqueto (Cerqueto, 1915 – Perugia, 2002), friar and creator of Frate Indovino.
  • Franca Maria Corneli (Marsciano, 1915 – Perugia, 2007), a poet of the Futurism movement
  • Antonio Ranocchia (Marsciano, 1915 – Perugia, 1989), sculptor.
  • Walter Luchetti (Marsciano, 1937), agronomist and former minister of the Republic.
  • Mario Ceccobelli (Marsciano, 1941), bishop of the catholic church.
  • Franco Miseria (Marsciano, 1949), choreographer
  • Giancarlo Antognoni (Marsciano, 1954) former footballer, world champion with Italy national football team in 1982.
  • Walter Sabatini (Marsciano, 1955), former footballer and coach, now director of AS Roma.
  • Marco Bocci (Marsciano, 1978), actor.
  • Monia Baccaille (Marsciano, 1984), road cyclist.
  • References

    Marsciano Wikipedia


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