Municipio XIX

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Municipio XIX
Location of Municipio XIX
Coordinates: 41°53′35″N 12°28′58″E / 41.89306°N 12.48278°E / 41.89306; 12.48278Coordinates: 41°53′35″N 12°28′58″E / 41.89306°N 12.48278°E / 41.89306; 12.48278
Country Italy
Municipality Rome
Government
 • President Alfredo Milioni
Area
 • Total 131.28 km2 (50.69 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 184,911
 • Density 1,400/km2 (3,600/sq mi)
Website comune.roma.it

The Municipio XIX was an administrative subdivision of the city of Rome. Following the administrative reform of 11 March 2013 it was suppressed and merged into the new, and coextensive, Municipio XIV.[1] Its territory is situated to the north-west part of the municipality of Rome.

Subdivision[edit]

Municipio XIX was divided in 8 urban zones:

M. XIX (Monte Mario)
19a Medaglie d'Oro 39,939
19b Primavalle 60,059
19c Ottavia 15,165
19d Santa Maria della Pietà 18,561
19e Trionfale 16,769
19f Pineto 2,080
19g Castelluccia 16,747
19h Santa Maria di Galeria 2,605
Not located 5,493
Total 177,418

The territory included the following districts:
Q.XIII Aurelio, Q.XIV Trionfale and Q.XXVII Primavalle

the following "suburbi":
S.X Trionfale and S.XI Della Vittoria

and the following zones:
Z.XLVIII Casalotti, Z.XLIX Santa Maria di Galeria, Z.L Ottavia, Z.LI La Storta and Z.LIII Tomba di Nerone.

The "Municipio" includes the following urban areas:
Balduina, La Lucchina, Monte Mario, Palmarola, Pineta Sacchetti, Proba Pretonia, Quartaccio, Selva Candida, Selva Nera, Tragliatella, Torresina e Torrevecchia.

Politics[edit]

The list of the Presidents of the Municipio XIII since 2001:

Coalition President
2008 center-right Alfredo Milioni
2006 center-left Fabio Lazzara
2001 center-left Fabio Lazzara

Resources[edit]

In the "Municipio" there are a lot of green areas, the principal are: the Natural Reserve of the Insugherata, the urban Regional Park of the Pineto, the Natural Monument "Quarto degli Ebrei - Tenuta di Mazzalupetto".

There are the Agostino Gemelli Hospital and the San Filippo Neri Hospital, two of the most important hospitals in Rome.

Education[edit]

Public libraries include Casa del Parco in Pineta Sacchetti and Franco Basaglia in Primavalle.[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.

External links[edit]

Media related to Municipio XIX at Wikimedia Commons