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Province of Lecce
Lecce (in Italian Provincia di Lecce) is a province of the Apulia region in Italy, located entirely in the Salento region. Its capital is the city of Lecce.
It has an area of 2,759 km2, and a total population of 813,297 inhabitants. (2009), being the second province of the region by number of inhabitants. There are 97 municipalities in the province.
The shield of the province of Lecce comes from the fourth quarter of the Shield of Aragon that collects the bars of Aragon, because during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries these lands belonged to the Crown of Aragon.
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La Finestra sul Duomo
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Le Terrazze Sul Barocco
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Lecce (IPA: / ˈlettʃe /; Lècce in Salentino, Sybar in Mespaic, Luppìu in Griko, Lupiae in Latin) is a city located in southeastern Italy, in the region of Apulia. It is the capital of the province of the same name. It has a population of 95,425 inhabitants.
Lecce is called in Italian La Firenze del Sud (ie: Florence of the South) because of the number of important monuments, an expression of the "barocco leccese" (baroque of Lecce). The area where Lecce is located is called Salento.
The province of Lecce is the second most populous province in the Apulia region with 796,965 inhabitants.
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Appartamento in Palazzo Storico
Appartamenti Corte dei Romiti
La Suite di Raffaella
Casa Li Santi Apartment
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La Fiermontina Urban Resort in Lecce ★★★★★new
Grand Hotel Tiziano E Dei Congressi ★★★★new
Dimora Storica Torre Del Parco 1419 ★★★★
Hotel Delle Palme ★★★★
University of Salento
The University of Salento (in Italian: Università del Salento) is a university in the Salento region, Italy. Until 2007 known as "Università degli Studi di Lecce" and therefore known by the abbreviation "unile", it is the second athenaeum of the Apulia region by the number of registrants, preceded by the University of Bari. It has six faculties and its headquarters are in Lecce, with some branches in Monteroni di Lecce, Mesagne and Brindisi.