Major Landforms of Italy?

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Italy's major landforms include the Alps and the Apennines mountain ranges, the Po-Venetian plain, both sandy and rocky coastlines, and the island of Sicily has Italy's major active volcano, Etna.
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the Apennines, alps mountains, Tiber river and PO river.
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A few major landforms include the Alps and the Mediterranean
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Actually Po river is longer than Tiber, ans so Adige; but you should definitely mention Pianura Padana where Po river flows and main cities (Milan, Turin, Bologna, etc) and industries
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Geographers and geologists refer to four major landforms. Large flat mainly grassy areas are the plains. Lands with elevations more than 1,000 feet above the surrounding areas are
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