ⓘ Padua metropolitan area


ⓘ Padua metropolitan area

The Paduan metropolitan area is the urban agglomeration of the city of Padua in Veneto, Italy.

It was created as Metropolitan conference of Padua in law No. 37 of March 25, 2003. In any case, not now recognized by the Italian Republic with the città metropolitane cities, which will be opened for the replacement of the province.

It can be considered as one of the main parts of Metropolitan Venice around Venice.

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