Located in southern Europe, Italy is a peninsula extending to the Mediterranean Sea. The shape of the Italian Peninsula is a boot. It is home to the Vatican City in Rome, where the Holy See of the Catholic church resides.
Italians in Toronto
|In the GTA: 484,365||In Toronto: 182,500|
Primary Areas of Settlement in the GTA (Social Atlas):
Vaughan, Caledon, King, Richmond Hill, York South-Weston, and Eglinton-Lawrence.
Settlement Services in the GTA
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