Stregna

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Stregna
Comune
Comune di Stregna
Bilingual Italian-Slovene signs in Stregna
Bilingual Italian-Slovene signs in Stregna
Stregna is located in Italy
Stregna
Stregna
Location of Stregna in Italy
Coordinates: 46°8′N 13°35′E / 46.133°N 13.583°E / 46.133; 13.583Coordinates: 46°8′N 13°35′E / 46.133°N 13.583°E / 46.133; 13.583
Country Italy
Region Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Province Province of Udine (UD)
Frazioni Baiar (Bajar),Cernetig (Černeče), Clinaz (Klinac), Cobilza (Kobilca), Dughe (Duge), Gnidovizza (Gnjiduca), Oblizza (Oblica), Podgora (Podgora), Polizza (Polica), Ponte Clinaz (Klinški Malin), Postregna (Podsriednje), Presserie (Preserje), Raune (Raune), Saligoi (Šalguje), Tribil Inferiore (Dolenji Tarbij), Tribil Superiore (Gorenji Tarbij), Urataca, Varch (Varh) e Zamir (Zamir).
Government
 • Mayor Mauro Veneto (Lista civica)
Area
 • Total 19.7 km2 (7.6 sq mi)
Elevation 404 m (1,325 ft)
Population (Dec. 2011)
 • Total 404
 • Density 21/km2 (53/sq mi)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 33040
Dialing code 0432
Patron saint Conversion of Paul the Apostle (St. Pauls' Day)
Saint day January 25
Website Official website

Stregna (Slovene: Srednje) is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Udine in the Italian region Friuli-Venezia Giulia, located about 60 kilometres (37 mi) northwest of Trieste and about 30 kilometres (19 mi) northeast of Udine, on the border with Slovenia, and borders the following municipalities: Grimacco, Kanal ob Soči (Slovenia), San Leonardo, and Prepotto. The name of the settlement comes from the Slovene word srednje, meaning "the middle one".

Stregna localities include:

  • villages: Cernetig (Černeče), Clinaz (Klinac), Dughe (Duge), Gnidovizza (Gnjiduca), Oblizza (Oblica), Podgora (Podgora), Polizza (Polica), Postregna (Podsriednje), Presserie (Preserje), Raune (Raune), Saligoi (Šalguje), Tribil Inferiore (Dolenji Tarbij), Tribil Superiore (Gorenji Tarbij), Varch (Varh) e Zamir (Zamir);
  • suburbs: Baiar (Bajar), Cobilza (Kobilca), Melina (Melina), Ponte Clinaz (Klinški Malin) e Urataca.[1]

As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 434 and an area of 19.7 square kilometres (7.6 sq mi).[2]

Ethnic composition[edit]

82.7% of the population were Slovenes according to the census 1971.[3]

Demographic evolution[edit]

References[edit]

  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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