Municipio I

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Municipio I di Roma
Municipio of Rome
Location of Municipio I of Rome
Location of Municipio I of Rome
Country Italy
Region Lazio
Comune Rome
Government
 • President Sabrina Alfonsi (PD)
Area
 • Total 7.69 sq mi (19.91 km2)
Population (2010)
 • Total 201,495
 • Density 26,200/sq mi (10,120/km2)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

The Municipio I, is an administrative subdivision of the city of Rome. It is the center of the municipality of Rome. It was firstly created by Rome's City Council on 19 January 2001 and it has a president who is elected during the mayoral elections.

Since 11 March 2013 its borders were modified and was expanded with the incorporation between Municipio I and Municpio XVII.[1]

Subdivision[edit]

Municipio I is divided into eleven localities:

Locality
Inhabitants
31 December 2010
1a Historical Center
39,288
1b Trastevere
21,749
1c Aventino
8,798
1d Testaccio
8,373
1e Esquilino
37,383
1f XX Settembre
10,670
1g Celio
4,524
1x Archeological Zone
1,102
17a Prati
20,538
17b Delle Vittorie
27,750
17c Eroi
21,199
Not localized
128
Rioni of Municipio I.

The localities of Prati, Delle Vittorie and Eroi were part of the former Municipio XVII until 2013.

The territory includes the following Rioni: R.I Monti, R.II Trevi, R.III Colonna, R.IV Campo Marzio, R.V Ponte, R.VI Parione, R.VII Regola, R.VIII Sant'Eustachio, R.IX Pigna, R.X Campitelli, R.XI Sant'Angelo, R.XII Ripa, R.XIII Trastevere, R.XV Esquilino, R.XVI Ludovisi, R.XVII Sallustiano, R.XVIII Castro Pretorio, R.XIX Celio, R.XX Testaccio e R.XXI San Saba.

Politics[edit]

Current allocation of seats in the Municipio I's parliamentary body as of the 2013 Rome municipal election:

In June 2013 Sabrina Alfonsi (PD) was elected president. The current majority is formed by Democratic Party and Left Ecology Freedom.

Education[edit]

Public libraries include Casa della Memoria e della Storia in Trastevere, Casa delle Traduzioni in Rione Trevi, Centrale Ragazzi in Rione Regola, Enzo Tortora in Rione Testaccio, Rispoli in Rione Pigna, and Romana Sarti in Rione Trevi. In addition Biblioteche federate include Biblioteca della Scuola popolare di musica Testaccio in Testaccio, Biblioteca di Statistica di Roma Capitale in the Circus Maximus area, and Scaffale d'arte Palaexpo in Rione Monti.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Roma, sì all'accorpamento dei municipi: il Consiglio li riduce da 19 a 15". Il Messaggero. 11 March 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "Biblioteche ed i Centri specializzati." City of Rome. Retrieved on 8 September 2012.

Coordinates: 41°53′35″N 12°28′58″E / 41.89306°N 12.48278°E / 41.89306; 12.48278