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Comune di Bruzolo
Bruzolo is located in Italy
Location of Bruzolo in Italy
Coordinates: 45°8′36″N 7°11′39″E / 45.14333°N 7.19417°E / 45.14333; 7.19417Coordinates: 45°8′36″N 7°11′39″E / 45.14333°N 7.19417°E / 45.14333; 7.19417
Country Italy
Region Piedmont
Province Province of Turin (TO)
 • Mayor Mario Richiero (lista civica, elected 13 June 2004)
 • Total 12.3 km2 (4.7 sq mi)
Elevation[2] 455 m (1,493 ft)
Population (January 2008)[3]
 • Total 1,489
 • Density 120/km2 (310/sq mi)
Demonym(s) Bruzolesi
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 10050
Dialing code 011
Website Official website

Bruzolo (pop. 1489) is a commune of the Province of Turin in the Italian region Piedmont. Located some 43 kilometres (27 mi) west of Turin, in the lower Susa Valley, it is a member of the Comunità Montana Bassa Valle di Susa e Val Cenischia. Bruzolo borders the following municipalities: Usseglio, Condove, Chianocco, San Didero, and San Giorio di Susa.[1][3][2]

The town of Bruzolo is the main population centre of the commune and is its capoluogo. It stands to the left of the river Dora Riparia on an alluvial fan formed over the millennia by debris deposited by the Pissaglio and other minor torrents. The municipal territory also includes farmland and factories on the flood-plain of the Dora Riparia, and extends over the forested southern slopes of Punta Lunella, elevation 2,772 metres (9,094 ft), where there is a scattering of hamlets: Campobenedetto, Meisonardi, Comba, Bigiardi, Lunera, Coletto, Chiotetti, Seinera and Combette.[4][5][6]

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  1. ^ a b Comune di Bruzolo (28 February 2000), Statuto Comunale (PDF) .
  2. ^ a b, Bruzolo: Clima e Dati Geografici.
  3. ^ a b Istat, Popolazione residente al 1 Gennaio 2008 per età, sesso e stato civile: Comune: Bruzolo.
  4. ^ Fontan, D.; Murgese, D (n.d.), Debris-flow hazard assessment related to geomorphological and geological setting and to shallow-landslides occurrence. (PDF), SEA Consulting S.r.l. 
  5. ^ Istituto Geografico De Agostini (1992), Big Road Atlas Italy, Automobile Association, ISBN 0-7495-0507-9 .
  6. ^ Comune di Bruzolo, Consorzio Interdonderale Borgate Montane di Bruzolo.