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Cittanova —  Comune  — Comune di Cittanova Coat of arms Cittanova Location of Cittanova in Italy Coordinates: 38°21′N 16°5′E / 38.35°N 16.083°E / 38.35; 16.083Coordinates: 38°21′N 16°5′E / 38.35°N 16.083°E / 38.35; 16.083 Country Italy Region Calabria Province Reggio Calabria (RC) Government  - Mayor Alessandro Cannatà Area  - Total 61.8 km2 (23.9 sq mi) Elevation 390 m (1,280 ft) Population (Dec. 2004)[1]  - Total 10,640  - Density 172.2/km2 (445.9/sq mi) Demonym Cittanovesi Time zone CET (UTC+1)  - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) Postal code 89022 Dialing code 0966 Patron saint St. Jerome Saint day September 30 Website Official website Cittanova is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Reggio Calabria in the Italian region Calabria, located about 80 km southwest of Catanzaro and about 45 km northeast of Reggio Calabria. Cittanova borders the following municipalities: Antonimina, Canolo, Ciminà, Gerace, Melicucco, Molochio, Polistena, Rizziconi, Rosarno, San Giorgio Morgeto, Taurianova. Villa "Carlo Ruggiero"(entrance), Cittanova Contents 1 History 2 Demographic evolution 3 Transportation 4 Twin towns 5 Trivia 6 References 7 External links History Cittanova ("New City") was born in 1618, in the wake of the disastrous earthquake of 1616, as the Nuovo Casale di Curtuladi ("New Hamlet of Curtuladi"), then Casalnuovo upgraded to city status as Cittanova. The city was all but demolished in the great earthquake of 1783 that damaged Messina.[2] Demographic evolution Transportation Cittanova has a railways station served by the Ferrovie della Calabria. It is crossed by the Locri-Gioia Tauro Provincial Road. Twin towns Ivangorod, Russia Caltanissetta, Italy Trivia Because of official Croatian/Italian bilinguism in Istria, the official Italian name of the small Croatian city of Novigrad on the Istria peninsula is also rendered Cittanova. References ^ All demographics and other statistics: Italian statistical institute Istat. ^ On-line history of Cittanova External links Official website Cittanova.Com CittanovaOnLine.It v · d · eCalabria · Comuni of the Province of Reggio Calabria Africo · Agnana Calabra · Anoia · Antonimina · Ardore · Bagaladi · Bagnara Calabra · Benestare · Bianco · Bivongi · Bova · Bova Marina · Bovalino · Brancaleone · Bruzzano Zeffirio · Calanna · Camini · Campo Calabro · Candidoni · Canolo · Caraffa del Bianco · Cardeto · Careri · Casignana · Caulonia · Ciminà · Cinquefrondi · Cittanova · Condofuri · Cosoleto · Delianuova · Feroleto della Chiesa · Ferruzzano · Fiumara · Galatro · Gerace · Giffone · Gioia Tauro · Gioiosa Ionica · Grotteria · Laganadi · Laureana di Borrello · Locri · Mammola · Marina di Gioiosa Ionica · Maropati · Martone · Melicuccà · Melicucco · Melito di Porto Salvo · Molochio · Monasterace · Montebello Ionico · Motta San Giovanni · Oppido Mamertina · Palizzi · Palmi · Pazzano · Placanica · Platì · Polistena · Portigliola · Reggio Calabria · Riace · Rizziconi · Roccaforte del Greco · Roccella Ionica · Roghudi · Rosarno · Samo · San Ferdinando · San Giorgio Morgeto · San Giovanni di Gerace · San Lorenzo · San Luca · San Pietro di Caridà · San Procopio · San Roberto · Sant'Agata del Bianco · Sant'Alessio in Aspromonte · Sant'Eufemia d'Aspromonte · Sant'Ilario dello Ionio · Santa Cristina d'Aspromonte · Santo Stefano in Aspromonte · Scido · Scilla · Seminara · Serrata · Siderno · Sinopoli · Staiti · Stignano · Stilo · Taurianova · Terranova Sappo Minulio · Varapodio · Villa San Giovanni