What are the 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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The major cities in Italy are Milan, Naples, Turin, Palerme, Genes, and Rome. They have 147 major cities. Rome is the capital and also the largest city in Italy. For more information
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