Monza Brianza

Lombardy, Italy

Monza Brianza
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About Monza Brianza

The Province of Monza and Brianza, (Italian: Province of Monza and Brianza; Monzese: Province of Monscia and Brianza), is an administrative province of the Lombardy region, Italy.


It was officially created by dividing the north-eastern part from the province of Milan on May 12, 2004 and became executive after the provincial elections of June 6 and 7, 2009. The province had a population of 871,735 (2017) divided into 55 municipalities. It has an area of 405 square kilometers (156 square miles), which is one of the smallest provincial territories in Italy and a population of around 0.9 million, with a population density of over 2,000 people per square kilometer, given by its strong urbanization of the territory which is part of the urban area of Milan. The capital and largest municipality is Monza (123,776 inhabitants as of 2017), just 15 kilometers from Milan. The other larger municipalities are Seregno, Desio, Limbiate, Lissone, Vimercate, Cesano Maderno and Brugherio. It borders the provinces of Lecco and Como to the north, the province of Varese to the west, the province of Bergamo to the east and the Metropolitan City of Milan to the southeast.

Most of the populated settlements

The first ten municipalities in the province of Monza and Brianza sorted by number of inhabitants are:


The 55 municipalities in the province are:


List of presidents of the provinces of Monza and Brianza


Monza Cathedral

Church of SS. Pietro and Paolo, colloquially called Duomo di Lissone

Church of Santa Valeria (Seregno)

Villa Tittoni Traversi, (Desio)

Palazzo Borromeo (Cesano Maderno)

Villa Pusterla (Limbiate)

Church of San Lucio (Brugherio)

The business district of Torri Bianche (Vimercate)


Source: Wikipedia
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