Administrative subdivision of Rome

The administrative subdivision of Rome consists of the 19 sub-municipalities (municipi) of Rome's municipality. Originally, the city was divided into 20 sub-municipalities, but the XIV, what is now the Comune di Fiumicino, voted some years ago to become a full municipality itself and eventually detached from Rome.[when?]

Municipi

Municipi
Municipio Inhabitants
(As of 2003-12-31)
Density
inhabitants/ha
Urban areas
Municipio I 121,751 25.1 Includes the traditional Rioni: Monti, Trevi, Colonna, Campo Marzio, Ponte, Parione, Regola, Sant'Eustachio, Pigna, Campitelli, Sant'Angelo, Trastevere, Esquilino, Ludovisi, Sallustiano, part of Castro Pretorio, Celio
Municipio II 123,883 90.6 Includes the districts: Flaminio, Parioli, Pinciano, Salario and a part of the Trieste.
Municipio III 56,272 95.2 Includes: part of the Rione Castro Pretorio; the districts Nomentano, and a part of the Tiburtino.
Municipio IV 202,716 20.7 Includes the districts: Monte Sacro, Monte Sacro Alto, Val Melaina, Castel Giubileo, Marcigliana, Casal Boccone, Tor S. Giovanni and a part of the Trieste.
Municipio V 184,658 37.6 Includes the districts: Pietralata, Ponte Mammolo, S. Basilio, Settecamini, Tor Cervara, Tor Sapienza, Acqua Vergine and parts of the Tiburtino and of the Collatino.
Municipio VI 129,228 163.2 Includes parts of the districts: Tiburtino, Prenestino-Labicano, Tuscolano and Collatino.
Municipio VII 124,979 65.6 Includes the districts: Prenestino, Centocelle, Alessandrino, Tor Tre Teste, La Rustica and parts of the Tuscolano, Collatino, Don Bosco, Tor Cervara, Tor Sapienza and Torre Spaccata.
Municipio VIII 203,262 17.9 Includes the districts: Lunghezza, S. Vittorino, Torre Angela, Borghesiana and parts of the Don Bosco, Acqua Vergine, Torre Spaccata, Torre Maura, Torrenova and Torre Gaia.
Municipio IX 131,210 162.6 Includes parts of the districts: Prenestino-Labicano, Tuscolano and Appio Latino.
Municipio X 180,873 46.8 Includes: Appio Claudio, Capannelle, and parts of Tuscolano, Don Bosco, Appio Pignatelli, Torre Maura, Torrenova, Torre Gaia.
Municipio XI 138,569 29.3 Includes parts of: Appio Latino, Ostiense, Ardeatino, Appio Pignatelli, Torricola and Cecchignola.
Municipio XII 166,753 9.1 Includes: Giuliano-Dalmata, EUR, Fonte Ostiense, Vallerano, Castel di Decima, Torrino, Mostacciano Spinaceto and parts of Mezzocammino, Ostiense, Castel di Leva and Cecchignola.
Municipio XIII 200,785 13.3 Includes: Ostia Ponente, Ostia Levante, Castel Fusano, and parts of Tor de' Cenci and Mezzocammino.
Muncipio XV 153,473 21.7 Includes parts of: Portuense, Gianicolense, Magliana, Magliana Vecchia, Ponte Galeria, Pisana.
Municipio XVI 145,228 19.9 Includes parts of: Portuense, Gianicolense, Maccarese, Pisana, Castel di Guido.
Municipio XVII 73,869 131.7 Includes the Rioni Prati and Borgo and parts of the districts Trionfale, Della Vittoria.
Municipio XVIII 135,160 19.7 Includes parts of:Aurelio, Trionfale, Primavalle, Castel di Guido, Casalotti.
Municipio XIX 180,268 13.7 Includes parts of: Aurelio, Trionfale, Primavalle, Della Vittoria.
Municipio XX 148,195 7.9 Includes: Tor di Quinto, La Giustiniana, La Storta, Cesano and parts of Della Vittoria, Tomba di Nerone.

List of the historic Rioni of Rome's center

A map of Rome's historic center with its Rioni.
Rione Name
R. I Monti
R. II Trevi
R. III Colonna
R. IV Campo Marzio
R. V Ponte
R. VI Parione
R. VII Regola
R. VIII Sant'Eustachio
R. IX Pigna
R. X Campitelli
R. XI Sant'Angelo
R. XII Ripa
R. XIII Trastevere
R. XIV Borgo
R. XV Esquilino
R. XVI Ludovisi
R. XVII Sallustiano
R. XVIII Castro Pretorio
R. XIX Celio
R. XX Testaccio
R. XXI San Saba
R. XXII Prati

List of Rome's districts and zones outside the imperial walls (incomplete)

Acilia, Acqua Acetosa, Acqua Acetosa Ostiense, Alberone, Alessandrino, Appia-Pignatelli, Appio-Latino, Arco di Travertino, Ardeatino Aurelio, Axa, Balduina, Belsito, Boccea, Bravetta, Bufalotta, Caffarella, Camilluccia, Capannelle, Casal Bertone, Casal Boccone, Casal Bruciato, Casal del Marmo, Casal de' Pazzi, Casaletto, Casal Lumbroso, Casalotti, Casalpalocco, Casal Selce Case Rosse Casetta Mattei, Casilino 23, Cassia[disambiguation needed ], Castel Giubileo, Castelverde, Cecchignola, Centocelle, Cesano, Cinecittà, Cinquina, Città Giardino, Colle di Mezzo, Colli Aniene, Colli Portuensi, Corviale, Dalmata, Delle Valli, Delle Vittorie, Divino Amore, Don Bosco, Dragona, Dragoncello, Due Ponti, EUR, Falcognana, Fidene, Finocchio, Flaminio, Fleming, Fonte Meravigliosa, Foro Italico, Garbatella, Gianicolense, Giardinetti, Grotta Perfetta, Grottarossa, Idroscalo, Infernetto, Labaro-Prima Porta, La Giustiniana, La Parrocchietta, La Romanina, La Storta, Laurentino 38, Lucchina, Lunghezza, Magliana, Malafede, Malagrotta, Mandrione, Marconi, Massimina, Medaglie d'Oro, Miani, Montagnola, Monte Antenne, Montecucco, Monte Mario, Monte Sacro, Montespaccato, Monteverde Nuovo, Monteverde Vecchio, Monti di Creta, Morena, Mostacciano, Muratella, Nomentano-Italia, Nuovo Salario, Olgiata, Osteria del Curato, Ostia, Ostiense, Ottavia, Ottavo Colle, Parco dei Medici, Parioli, Pietralata, Pigneto, Pineta Sacchetti, Pinciano, Pisana, Ponte Galeria, Ponte Mammolo, Ponte Milvio, Porta di Roma, Porta Maggiore, Portonaccio, Portuense, Prati Fiscali, Prato della Signora, Prenestino, Prima Porta, Primavalle, Quadraro, Quarticciolo, Quarto Miglio, Rebibbia, Roma 70, Salario, San Basilio, San Lorenzo, San Paolo, Santa Maria del Soccorso, Saxa Rubra, Selva Candida, Serpentara, Settebagni, Settecamini, Spinaceto, Statuario, Talenti, Tiburtino, Tomba di Nerone, Tor Bella Monaca, Tor Carbone, Tor de' Cenci, Tor di Quinto, Tor di Valle, Tor Marancia, Tor Pagnotta, Torpignattara, Torraccia, Torre Angela, Torre Spaccata, Torrevecchia, Torrino, Tor Sapienza, Tor Tre Teste, Tor Vergata, Tre Fontane, Trieste, Trigoria, Trionfale, Trullo, Tufello, Tuscolano, Val Cannuta, Valle Giulia, Valleranello, Vallerano, Verano, Vigna Clara, Vigna Murata, Valle Aurelia, Villa Certosa, Villaggio Olimpico, Vitinia


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