Showing posts with label Abbreviations for Italian Provinces. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Abbreviations for Italian Provinces. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Abbreviations for Italian Provinces

You may have noticed two letter abbreviations after a city name in some of my posts. Italy uses a system of two letter abbreviations to identify the province in which a village/town/city is located. Verona for example is typivally identified as Verona (VR) which signifies the city of Verona in the province of Verona. Below are the two letter abbreviations of all the provinces in Italy:

AG Agrigento AL Alessandria AN Ancona AO Aosta
AP Ascoli Piceno AQ L'Aquila AR Arezzo AT Asti
AV Avellino BA Bari BG Bergamo BI Biella
BL Belluno BN Benevento BO Bologna BR Brindisi
BS Brescia BZ Bolzano CA Cagliari CB Campobasso
CE Caserta CH Chieti CL Caltanisetta CN Cuneo
CO Como CR Cremona CS Cosenza CT Catania
CZ Catanzaro EN Enna FE Ferrara FG Foggia
FI Firenze FO Forlì-Cesena FR Frosinone GE Genova
GO Gorizia GR Grosseto IM Imperia IS Isernia
KR Crotone LC Lecco LE Lecce LI Livorno
LO Lodi LT Latina LU Lucca MC Macerata
ME Messina MI Milano MN Mantova MO Modena
MS Massa Carrara MT Matera NA Napoli NO Novara
NU Nuoro OR Oristano PA Palermo PC Piacenza
PD Padova PE Pescara PG Perugia PI Pisa
PN Pordenone PO Prato PR Parma PT Pistoia
PU Pesaro-Urbino PV Pavia PZ Potenza RA Ravenna
RC Reggio Calabria RE Reggio Emilia RG Ragusa RI Rieti
RN Rimini RO Rovigo RM Roma SA Salerno
SI Siena SO Sondrio SP La Spezia SR Siracusa
SS Sassari SV Savona TA Taranto TE Teramo
TN Trento TO Torino TP Trapani TR Terni
TS Trieste TV Treviso UD Udine VA Varese
VB Verbano VC Vercelli VE Venezia VI Vicenza
VR Verona VT Viterbo VV Vibo Valentia


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