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Italia (Italisc: Italia [iˈtaːlja] (About this sound listen) oþþe sēo Italisc: Repubblica Italiana [reˈpubblika itaˈljaːna][3][4][5][6]) is cyneƿīse on ƿesternum Europan, and sēo dǣleþ landmǣru mid Francland, Sƿissland, Ēastrīce, Slofenia, Halig Marinus, and Faticanburg. His heafodburh is Rōmburg. Eotolƿare spricaþ Italisc.

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Lēodƿeard Cyneƿīse
Ambihtlicu sprǣc Italisc sprǣc
Hēafodstōl Rōm
42°30′N 12°30′E / 42.5°N 12.5°E / 42.5; 12.5
Brego Foresittend
Sergio Mattarella
Forma Þegn Giuseppe Conte
Brādnes 301,340 km²
Menniscu 60,483,973[1]
Þiccnes 201.3 būend/km²
Gelēafan Crīstendōm
GDP Getæl: 2.026 mld USD[2]
For ǣlcum hēafde: 33,353 USD[2]
Feoh Euro (€) (EUR)
Tīdgyrdel Eallic tīd +1 Winter
Eallic tīd +2 Summor
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Sprecungrīm +39
Wægnplatung IT
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Italia hæfþ manig īegland, hƿǣron Sicilia is mǣste and Sardinia oðre.

FrumanĀdihtan

  1. National demographic estimate, December 2017. ISTAT. Writen fram the original on 6 August 2017. Begieten on 15 June 2018.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Italy. International Monetary Fund. Begieten on 15 May 2019.
  3. Search the agreements database
  4. Italy: The World Factbook
  5. Country names. Writen fram the original on 19 May 2011.
  6. BBC News – Italy profile – Facts. BBC News. Writen fram the original on 25 September 2013.
Land on Europan
AlbaniaAndorraAzerbaijan1BelgiceBosnia and HerzegofinaCeclandCipros2CrecalandCroatiaDenemearcĒastrīceEstlandFaticanburg (Pāpseld) • FinnlandFranclandGeāned CynerīceHƿītrusslandĪrlandĪslandItaliaLetseburgLettlandLēohtenstānLiþþuaniaMelitaMoldofaMonacoNiðerlandNorþmæcedoniaNorþƿegPolalandPortugalPulgaralandRumǣniaRussland1San MarinoScearpbeorgasSerbiaSlofaciaSlofeniaSpēonlandSƿeartbeorgSƿēolandSƿisslandTyrcland1ÞēodsclandUcrægnaUngerland
Selfrīcsiendlica landbūnessa: Ēalendisca ĪegaAcrotiri and Ðecelia2CalpisCēsarēaFaroisca ĪegaGuernseyIan MagenManīeg
1. Þēod dǣllīce on Asie. 2. Geƿunelīce gesett tō Asie be eorþmetunge, ac nāþȳlǣs oft gedēmed sƿā Europisc for þēaƿe and stǣrlicum racum.