Comune di Montalto Uffugo
Location of Montalto Uffugo in Italy
39°24′N 16°9′E / 39.400°N 16.150°E Coordinates: 39°24′N 16°9′E / 39.400°N 16.150°E
Caldopiano, Santa Maria la Castagna, Parantoro, Commicelle, Vaccarizzo, San Nicola, Taverna, Settimo, Montalto Scalo, Pianette, Lucchetta, Collina Salerni, Sant'Antonello
2 (30 sq mi)
500 m (1,600 ft)
2 (570/sq mi)
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Dialing code 0984
Madonna della Serra
Montalto Uffugo is a city and of the comune province of Cosenza in the Calabria region of southern Italy. The original name of the town was Montalto. Uffugo was added to the town's name after the unification period in the 1860s. It was the boyhood home of composer Ruggero Leoncavallo. His famous opera Pagliacci takes place in Montalto.
S.S. Comprensorio Montalto Uffugo [ edit ]
S.S. Comprensorio Montalto Uffugo is an Italian association football club, based in this city.
In the season 2011-12 the team was promoted for the first time, from Eccellenza Calabria to
Serie D. [1 ]
Its colors are white and blue.
Notable People [ edit ]
Romano Napolitano (historian and author)
The grandfather of the Pulitzer Prize winning author
Phillip Caputo was born in the Parantoro frazione of Montalto Uffugo.
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