What is the Capital of Italy?

The capital of Italy is Rome, which was founded 4/21/753 BC. Rome has been the capital since 1871.

Rome is the largest city in Italy and functions as: Houses the Prime Minister

Rome is located at 41.9028° N, 12.4964° E at an elevation of 43'.

Vatican City, Rome, Italy

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2020 Population
4,278,350
2020 Growth Rate
0.50%
Founded
4/21/753 BC
Capital as of
1871
Elevation
43'
Role in Country
Houses the Prime Minister