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Cossano Canavese

Cossano Canavese (ZIP 10010) is 54 kilometers far from the town of Torino, that is the Chief Town of the homonymous province to whom Cossano Canavese belongs.

Main Data

Region: PiemonteProvince: Torino (TO)
Population: 494 ab.(Istat 2016)Previous years: 522 (2011) - 550 (2001) - 528 (1991)
Surface: 3,24 Km2Population density: 166,67 people per Km2
Istat Code: 001095Cadastral Code: D092
Name of the ihabitants: CossanesiMost common surname: Avetta

Town of Cossano Canavese

Mayor: Alberto Avetta (17/12/1969)Address: Via Torino 4, ZIP 10010 Cossano Canavese TO
Phone: 0125 779947Fax: 0125 779947.
E-Mail cossano.canavese@reteunitaria.piemonte.itPec: protocollo.cossano.canavese@cert.ruparpiemonte.it (pec)
IUC-IMU-TARI-TASI-IMI: Data about Cossano CanaveseIncomes: People incomes in Cossano Canavese
Municipal revenue: Municipal revenue in Cossano CanaveseMunicipal expenditures: Municipal expenditures in Cossano Canavese

Geographical Data

Photo © Reti e Sistemi

The province of Torino

Elevation: 346 meters
Min. elevation: 229 meters
Max. elevation: 452 meters
Range: 223 meters
Latitude: 45.388759 N
Longitude: 7.992667 E

Personal Data (Istat 2016)

Celibes 116

Celibes 3D

Married Males 109

Married Males 3D

Divorced Males 13

Divorced Males 3D

Widowers 13

Widowers 3D

 

 

Nubiles 84

Nubiles 3D

Married Females 117

Married Females 3D

Diverced Females 4

Diverced Females 3D

Widows 38

Widows 3D

 

 

Newborns Males 3 Newborns Females 2 Ultracentenary Males 0 Ultracentenary Females 0

Neighboring municipalities of Cossano Canavese ordered for increasing distances from Cossano Canavese:

Settimo Rottaro (TO) (2.3), Borgomasino (TO) (2.7), Caravino (TO) (2.7), Borgo d'Ale (VC) (6.1),

In the territory of Cossano Canavese also rise the villages of Avetta (1,80 km), Casale (1,72 km), Case sparse (-- km), Francia (2,18 km), Valera (0,42 km).

The number in parentheses indicates the distance in kilometers between the village and the municipality of Cossano Canavese.