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Compartimenta from 1861, regiones from 1948

  • Latium: new from 1861, adding Reate in 1923
  • Pedemontium: lordship and principality from 1178 under Savoy; compartimentum from 1861, but including Val d'Aosta and Liguria
  • Lombardia: gubernium Mediolanense from 1815, compartimentum from 1861
  • Ducati di Parma e Modena: from 1861 to 1871
  • Romandiola: formerly Exarchatus Ravennae; compartimentum from 1861 to 1871
  • Etruria: magnus ducatus Tusciae from 1569, compartimentum from 1861
  • Umbria: formerly ducatus Spoletanus and legatio Perusiae et Umbriae from 1861, losing Reate in 1923
  • Marchia: from 1861
  • Regnum Neapolitanum: from 1861 to 1871
  • Sicilia: from 1861
  • Sardinia: from 1861
  • Liguria: res publica Genuensis to 1797, res publica Ligurica to 1815, divisio Genuensis to 1861, from 1871
  • Venetia: res publica Veneta to 1797, then provincia Veneta, then gubernium Venetum from 1815, compartimentum from 1871, including Foroiuliensis
  • Aemilia (et Romandiola): from 1871, incorporating Romandiola, Ducato di Parma, Ducato di Modena
  • Aprutium et Molisium: from 1871
  • Molisium: from 1963
  • Campania: from 1871
  • Apulia: from 1871
  • Lucania (called Basilicata from 1947): from 1871
  • Calabria: from 1871
  • Venetia Tridentina (later called Venetia et Tirolis Athesina): from 1921
  • Venetia Iulia: from 1921 to 1947
  • Foroiuliensis et Venetia Iulia: from 1948
  • Vallis Augustana: Ducatus Augustanus earlier, Divisio and provincia from 1815, provincia only from 1847, circondario from 1861, provincia from 1927, new regio from 1948
  • Molisium: from 1963