1st municipality of Naples

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First Municipality of Naples
Municipalità 1
Prima Municipalità
Borough
Location within Naples
Location within Naples
Country  Italy
Municipality Naples
Established 2005
Seat Via Santa Maria degli
Angeli a Pizzofalcone, 1
Government
 • President Fabio Chiosi
 • Vice President Maurizio Tesorone
Area
 • Total 8.80 km2 (3.40 sq mi)
Population (2007)
 • Total 84,067
 • Density 9,600/km2 (25,000/sq mi)
Website M1 on Naples site

The First Municipality (In Italian: Prima Municipalità or Municipalità 1) is one of the ten boroughs in which the Italian city of Naples is divided.[1] It is the lesser-populated municipality.

Geography[edit]

The municipality is located by the coast in the south-western area of the city. It is extended from the western branch of the Port of Naples to the borders with Nisida (part of Bagnoli).

Its territory includes the zones of Mergellina, Piedigrotta, Borgo Santa Lucia, Borgo Marinari, Marechiaro and Rione Amedeo.

Administrative division[edit]

The First Municipality is divided into 3 quarters:

Quarter Population Area (km²)
Chiaia
41,423
2.71
Posillipo
23,311
5.17
San Ferdinando
17,939
0.92
Total
84,067
8.80

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Municipalities in Naples at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 40°48′20″N 14°12′12″E / 40.80556°N 14.20333°E / 40.80556; 14.20333