Pulfero

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Pulfero
Comune
Comune di Pulfero
Pulfero is located in Italy
Pulfero
Pulfero
Location of Pulfero in Italy
Coordinates: 46°10′N 13°29′E / 46.167°N 13.483°E / 46.167; 13.483Coordinates: 46°10′N 13°29′E / 46.167°N 13.483°E / 46.167; 13.483
Country Italy
Region Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Province Province of Udine (UD)
Frazioni Antro/Landar, Biacis/Bijača, Brischis/Brišča, Calla/Kau, Cicigolis/Ščigla, Coliessa/Kolieša, Comugnero/Kamunjar, Cras/Kras, Erbezzo/Arbeč, Goregnavas/Gorenja Vas, Ialig/Jalči, Lasiz/Laze, Linder/Linder, Loch/Log, Mersino (collectiv name of following villages: Bardo/Nabardo, Clin/Klin, Ierep/Jerebi, Iuretig/Juretiči, Marseu/Marsieli, Medves/Medvieži, Oballa/Obali, Pozzera/Pocera, Zorza/Žorži), Molino/Malin, Montefosca/Čarni Varh, Paceida/Pačejda, Pegliano/Ofijan (collectiv name of following villages: Cedarmas/Čedarmaci, Cocianzi/Kočjanci, Dorbolò/Dorboli, Flormi/Floram, Parmizi/Parmici, Sosgne/Šošnja, Stonder/Štonderi), Perovizza/Peruovca, Podvarschis/Podvaršč, Pulfero/Podbuniesac, Rodda collectiv name of following villages: Bizonta/Bizonti, Brocchiana/Bročjana, Buttera/Butera, Clavora/Klavora, Cranzove/Kranjcove, Domenis/Domejža, Lacove/Lahove, Oriecuia/Oriehuje, Ossiach/Ošjak, Pocovaz/Pokovac, Puller/Pulerji, Scubina/Skubini, Sturam/Šturmi, Tumaz/Tuomac, Uodgnach/Uodnjak, Zeiaz/Zejci), Spagnut/Podšpanjud, Specognis/Špehuonja, Spignon/Varh, Stupizza/Štupca, Tarcetta/Tarčet, Zapatocco/Zapatok
Government
 • Mayor Camillo Melissa 25 May 2014 (Lista civica)
Area
 • Total 48.1 km2 (18.6 sq mi)
Elevation 184 m (604 ft)
Population (Dec. 2011)
 • Total 1,047
 • Density 22/km2 (56/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 33046
Dialing code 0432
Patron saint Florian
Saint day 4 May
Website Institutional website

Pulfero (Slovene: Podbonesec) is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Udine in the Italian region Friuli-Venezia Giulia, located about 60 km northwest of Trieste and about 20 km northeast of Udine, on the border with Slovenia, and borders the following municipalities: Faedis, Kobarid (Slovenia), San Pietro al Natisone, Savogna, and Torreano.

Pulfero localities include:[1] Antro/Landar, Biacis/Bijača, Brischis/Brišča, Calla/Kau, Cicigolis/Ščigla, Coliessa/Kolieša, Comugnero/Kamunjar, Cras/Kras, Erbezzo/Arbeč, Goregnavas/Gorenja Vas, Ialig/Jalči, Lasiz/Laze, Linder/Linder, Loch/Log, Mersino (collectiv name of following villages: Bardo/Nabardo, Clin/Klin, Ierep/Jerebi, Iuretig/Juretiči, Marseu/Marsieli, Medves/Medvieži, Oballa/Obali, Pozzera/Pocera, Zorza/Žorži), Molino/Malin, Montefosca/Čarni Varh, Paceida/Pačejda, Pegliano/Ofijan (collectiv name of following villages: Cedarmas/Čedarmaci, Cocianzi/Kočjanci, Dorbolò/Dorboli, Flormi/Floram, Parmizi/Parmici, Sosgne/Šošnja, Stonder/Štonderi), Perovizza/Peruovca, Podvarschis/Podvaršč, Pulfero/Podbuniesac, Rodda (collectiv name of following villages: Bizonta/Bizonti, Brocchiana/Bročjana, Buttera/Butera, Clavora/Klavora, Cranzove/Kranjcove, Domenis/Domejža, Lacove/Lahove, Oriecuia/Oriehuje, Ossiach/Ošjak, Pocovaz/Pokovac, Puller/Pulerji, Scubina/Skubini, Sturam/Šturmi, Tumaz/Tuomac, Uodgnach/Uodnjak, Zeiaz/Zejci), Spagnut/Podšpanjud, Specognis/Špehuonja, Spignon/Varh, Stupizza/Štupca, Tarcetta/Tarčet, Zapatocco/Zapatok.

As of 31 December 2011, it had a population of 1,047 and an area of 48.1 km².[2]

Ethnic composition[edit]

84.6% of the population were Slovenes according to the census 1971.[3]

Demographic evolution[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], Municipal statute.
  2. ^ All demographics and other statistics: Italian statistical institute Istat.
  3. ^ Thomas, Lee; Lokar A. (1977) Socioeconomic structure of the Slovene population in Italy, Slovene Studies Journal, Chicago, Illinois, p.28.

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