The urban plan and the monuments, mainly in neo-classical style, were designed by famous architects and artists such as Marcello Piacentini, Angiolo Mazzoni and Duilio Cambellotti. In 1934 it became a province capital and after World War II was renamed Latina in 1946. With the arrival of other people mainly from Latium itself, the original Venetian-like dialect was increasingly substituted by a form of Roman dialect.
Latina, Province of Latina, Lazio Region, Italy
Latina is the capital of its province and the second largest city in the region Latium. The city has pharmaceutical and chemical industries, a strong service sector, as well as a flourishing agricultural production (vegetables, flowers, sugar beet, fruit, cheese and derivates).
Population: about 110,000 inhabitants -- Zip/postal code: 04100 (the city, Borgo Isonzo), 04013 (Latina Scalo), 04010 (Latina Lido and Borghi, excluding Borgo Isonzo) -- Phone Area Code: 0773 -- Patron Saint: San Marco celebrated on 25 April -- Frazioni & Località: Borgo Bainsizza, Borgo Carso, Borgo Faiti, Borgo Grappa, Borgo Isonzo, Borgo Montello, Borgo Podgora, Borgo Piave, Borgo Sabotino, Borgo San Michele, Borgo Santa Maria, Chiesuola, Latina Scalo, Latina Lido, Tor Tre Ponti.
It was founded on June 30, 1932, with the Fascist name of Littoria when the area surrounding it, which had been a swamp since Antiquity, was drained. Littoria was populated with immigrants coming mainly from Friuli and Veneto.
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