San Pietro al Natisone

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San Pietro al Natisone
Comune
Comune di San Pietro al Natisone
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San Pietro al Natisone is located in Italy
San Pietro al Natisone
San Pietro al Natisone
Location of San Pietro al Natisone in Italy
Coordinates: 46°8′N 13°29′E / 46.133°N 13.483°E / 46.133; 13.483Coordinates: 46°8′N 13°29′E / 46.133°N 13.483°E / 46.133; 13.483
Country Italy
Region Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Province Province of Udine (UD)
Frazioni Altovizza/Atovca, Azzida/Ažla, Becis/Bečja, Biarzo/Bjarč, Cedron, Chiabai/Čabaji, Clenia/Klenje, Cocevaro/Kočebar, Correda/Koreda, Costa/Kuosta, Macorins/Mohorin, Mezzana/Mečana, Oculis/Nokula, Podar, Ponteacco/Petjag, Ponte San Quirino/Muost/Puint, Puoie/Puoje, Sorzento/Sarženta, Tarpezzo/Tarpeč, Tiglio/Lipa, Vernassino/Gorenj Barnas, Sotto Vernassino/Pod Barnas, Vernasso/Dolenj Barnas
Government
 • Mayor Tiziano Manzini (Lista civica)
Area
 • Total 24.1 km2 (9.3 sq mi)
Elevation 175 m (574 ft)
Population (Sept. 2011)
 • Total 2,229
 • Density 92/km2 (240/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 33049
Dialing code 0432
Patron saint Saint Peter and Saint Paul
Saint day June 29
Website Istitutional website

San Pietro al Natisone (Slovene: Špeter Slovenov, in the local dialect: Špietar) 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, and borders the following municipalities: Cividale del Friuli, San Leonardo, Savogna, Prepotto, Pulfero, and Torreano. Until 1878, its official name was San Pietro degli Slavi, that is "Saint Peter of the Slavs".

San Pietro localities include: Altovizza/Atovca, Azzida/Ažla, Becis/Bečja, Biarzo/Bjarč, Cedron, Chiabai/Čabaji, Clenia/Klenje, Cocevaro/Kočebar, Correda/Koreda, Costa/Kuosta, Macorins/Mohorin, Mezzana/Mečana, Oculis/Nokula, Podar, Ponteacco/Petjag, Ponte San Quirino/Muost/Puint, Puoie/Puoje, Sorzento/Sarženta, Tarpezzo/Tarpeč, Tiglio/Lipa, Vernassino/Gorenj Barnas, Sotto Vernassino/Pod Barnas, Vernasso/Dolenj Barnas[1]

As of 31 September 2011 it had a population of 2,229 and an area of 24.1 km².[2]

Ethnic composition[edit]

75.9% of the population were Slovenes according to the 1971 census.[3]

Demographic evolution[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ en.comuni-italiani.it, Municipalities in Italy.
  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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