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Alternate Congress of Vienna
In this timeline Switzerland can keep Valtellina, the Savoy House annexes Ticino and Simplon pass from Helvetic Confederation but has give in return most of the region of Savoy (they will keep only Modana -today Modane-, Séez and the abbey of Hautecombe, the graveyard of their House, as a tiny exclave). In addition Piedmont annexed Lombardy until the Adda river. This is due in part to further compensate them for the loss of Savoy but also for accepting Austria to rule over the Kingdom of Venetia. Austria will also keep a bigger part of polish Galicia. 
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this is how much nationalism is worth in France: 

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see any concentration of darker color? 
The valley of wonders
Here's my new alternate history map. The PoD is the Allies forcing France to return to its pre-war borders. In the meantime France and Italy privately agree for a territorial exchange. The Treaty of Nice will regulate this exchange. France will gain the upper valleys of Vesubie River and Tinée River, while Italy will gain the middle valley of Roya River and the upper valley of Bevera River. Italy is also forced to protect the french language as an official language in seven of its comuni (french names: Tende, La Brigue, Fontan, Saorge, Breil-sur-Roya, Moulinet, Sospel) and granting a level of L2 comprehension in others that you can see on the map.
Italian annexed comuni are Molinetto, Sospello, Saorgio and Breglio for the Province of Sanremo and Imperia, Liguria (Sanremo is new co-capital of the province in this TL) and Fontano for the province of Cuneo, Piemonte. 
The title refers to the nickname of Roya River valley.
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Storia amministrativa del comune di Firenze (mix)
Italiano:
Storia amministrativa del comune di Firenze e dintorni

R-R-Eco ha recentemente pubblicato una serie di mappe comprendenti i confini dei comuni italiani dal 1861 ad oggi. Avevo questo progetto in deposito da un paio di mesetti quindi ho deciso di portarlo a termine per poi caricarlo qui. Raffigura l'evoluzione amministrativa dell'area circostante Firenze negli ultimi 156 anni.

Legenda:
Aree colorate: asseto amministrativo nel 1861
Linee viola spesse: confini di Firenze dopo il 1865
Linea viola sottile: rettifica confinaria a detrimento di Firenze nel 1869
Linee rosse spesse: confini attuali 
Linea rossa sottile: confine di Firenze dal 1928 fino al 1939
Frecce con date: date e verso di variazioni amministrative particolari
Nomi in nero: comuni esistenti nel 1861
Nomi in rosso: comuni creati successivamente
Nomi in nero sottolineati in rosso: comuni esistenti nel 1861 e ancora oggi esistenti

potete trovare tutte le informazioni alla voce di Wikipedia: it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storia_a…
oppure su: www.elesh.it/storiacomuni/stor…
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English: 
Administrative history of Florence and its surroundings

R-R-Eco has recently uploaded a series of maps with the borders of Italian Comuni from 1861 to modern days. I had this project in my computer for a couple of moths now so I decided to finish and publish it here. It depicts the evolution of administrative borders in the area surrounding Florence in last 156 years. 

Key:
Colored areas: administrative situation in 1861
Thick purple lines: borders of Florence after 1865
Thin purple line: border rectification to the detriment of Florence in 1869
Thick red lines: modern borders 
Thin red line: Florence's border from 1928 to 1939
Arrows with dates: dates and direction of peculiar administrative variations 
Names in black: existing comuni in 1861
Names in red: comuni created later
Names in black underlined in red: comuni existing in 1861 and stil existing today

This is what you can find on Italian Wikipedia at this address: it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storia_a… translated with Google Translator: 

Until 1865 the town of Florence was delimited by the circle of medieval walls, beyond which the territories of the municipalities of Rovezzano, Bagno a Ripoli, Galluzzo, Legnaia, Pellegrino and Fiesole immediately began. In this year, in view of the foreseeable building expansion of the city, which became the capital of Italy, it was decided to expand its municipal territory. At first it was thought of a tout court annexation of the six neighboring municipalities, assumed to be abandoned for logistical difficulties (just think of Bagno a Ripoli, whose territory was pushed to the Chianti) or for historical reasons (the prestige of Fiesole). A partial expansion was therefore taken, leading to the annexation to the municipality of Florence of a circular crown of territory around the walls, obtained with parts of the common suppressed of Legnaia, Rovezzano and Pellegrino and with the reduction of those of Bagno a Ripoli, Fiesole And Galluzzo. On this occasion in the municipality of Florence were annexed the areas of Legnaia, the suburbs of Pignone and Verzaia, Bellosguardo and Monticelli from the municipality of Legnaia; The Park of the Cascine, Rifredi, Montughi, Il Pino, part of Novoli and Polverosa from the village of Pellegrino; San Salvi and Varlungo from the town of Rovezzano; A neighborhood close to the walls (current districts of Campo di Marte, San Gervasio and the area of ​​Viale Mazzini) from the town of Fiesole; San Miniato, Pian de 'Giullari, Bandino and Badia a Ripoli from the municipality of Bagno a Ripoli; Arcetri, Poggio Imperiale, San Gaggio and the Due Strade from the town of Galluzzo.

In 1869 the town of Florence restored the fraction of the Bandino and a small enclave (the municipal building) to that of Bagno a Ripoli.

In 1910 the town of Fiesole ceded to Florence two areas: one comprising Trespiano, Serpiolle, part of Pian di San Bartolo and Careggi; The other including Rovezzano, Settignano and Coverciano.

In 1928 it was decided to further expand the city of Florence, which reached its present size (except for an exception). The Florentine territory expanded with the areas of Brozzi, Peretola, Quaracchi, Petriolo and La Sala (from the abolished municipality of Brozzi); Galluzzo, San Felice a Ema and Cascine del Riccio (from the common desert of Galluzzo); The Bandino, Badia a Ripoli, Nave a Rovezzano, part of Ponte a Ema (from the municipality of Bagno a Ripoli); Castello, Quarto, Il Sodo, the Panche, the Lippi and part of Novoli, Polverosa and San Silvestro in Ruffignano (from Sesto Fiorentino) and San Bartolo in Cintoia, Santa Maria in Cintoia, Marignolle, San Lorenzo in Greve, Ugnano, Mantignano and Sollicciano (from the town of Casellina and Torri, on that occasion renamed Scandicci).

In the following years, especially when the Regulatory Plan was launched in 1934, proposals for further enlarging the city of Florence, far beyond the limits already proposed in 1865, were missing; For example, the National Confederation of Professional Fascist Professionals and Artists in Florence proposed that the municipalities of Sesto Fiorentino, Bagno a Ripoli, Fiesole, Impruneta, 40% of Scandicci and Slices of Vaglia and Campi Bisenzio be added to the capital. According to this association, the Florentine municipal boundaries had to be delimited north and east by the Apennine and Florentine hills ranges, to the south by Greve River and to the west by Bisenzio River.

In 1939 the town of Florence returned the village of Signano to Scandicci.

In the second half of the war, due to the tumultuous expansion of the building and industrial of the city, further enlargements of the municipal territory of Florence were proposed: in the fifties it was proposed to annex the municipality of Sesto Fiorentino and in the following eighties that of Scandicci. These proposals, however, remained unsuitable for both local micro-indipendetism and political reasons. In May 2013, comforted by the success of the referendum on the merger of some Tuscan municipalities and a poll that saw two citizens on three, Andrea Barducci, then President of the Province of Florence, proposed the creation of the Greater Florence through the merger of the common capital with those of Bagno a Ripoli, Calenzano, Campi Bisenzio, Fiesole, Impruneta, Lastra a Signa, Pontassieve, Scandicci, Sesto Fiorentino and Signa. The idea of ​​the merging of the City of Florence with some of the metropolitan bands, in particular with Scandicci and Bagno a Ripoli, was re-launched in October 2015 by Mayor Dario Nardella: the proposal of the first Florentine citizen was welcomed by several colleagues from the Belt, in particular by Emiliano Fossi, Mayor of Campi Bisenzio, who has urged quick times for the "Greater Florence" operation.

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Storia amministrativa del comune di Firenze
Italiano:
Storia amministrative di Firenze e dintorni

R-R-Eco ha recentemente pubblicato una serie di mappe comprendenti i confini dei Comuni Italiani dal 1861 ad oggi. Avevo questo progetto in deposito da un paio di mesetti quindi ho deciso di portarlo a termine per poi caricarlo qui. Raffigura l'evoluzione amministrativa dell'area circostante Firenze negli ultimi 156 anni. E nel 1910 il territorio di Firenze sembrava la faccia di Topolino XD

potete trovare tutte le informazioni alla voce di Wikipedia: it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storia_a…
oppure su: www.elesh.it/storiacomuni/stor…
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English: 
Administrative history of Florence and its Surroundings 

R-R-Eco has recently uploaded a series of maps with the borders of Italian Comuni from 1861 to modern days. I had this project in my computer for a couple of moths  now so I decided to finish and publish it here. It depicts the evolution of administrative borders in the area surrounding Florence in last 156 years. And in 1910 the territory of Florence seemed the face of Mikey Mouse XD

This is what you can find on Italian Wikipedia at this address: it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storia_a… translated with Google Translator: 

Until 1865 the town of Florence was delimited by the circle of medieval walls, beyond which the territories of the municipalities of Rovezzano, Bagno a Ripoli, Galluzzo, Legnaia, Pellegrino and Fiesole immediately began. In this year, in view of the foreseeable building expansion of the city, which became the capital of Italy, it was decided to expand its municipal territory. At first it was thought of a tout court annexation of the six neighboring municipalities, assumed to be abandoned for logistical difficulties (just think of Bagno a Ripoli, whose territory was pushed to the Chianti) or for historical reasons (the prestige of Fiesole). A partial expansion was therefore taken, leading to the annexation to the municipality of Florence of a circular crown of territory around the walls, obtained with parts of the common suppressed of Legnaia, Rovezzano and Pellegrino and with the reduction of those of Bagno a Ripoli, Fiesole And Galluzzo. On this occasion in the municipality of Florence were annexed the areas of Legnaia, the suburbs of Pignone and Verzaia, Bellosguardo and Monticelli from the municipality of Legnaia; The Park of the Cascine, Rifredi, Montughi, Il Pino, part of Novoli and Polverosa from the village of Pellegrino; San Salvi and Varlungo from the town of Rovezzano; A neighborhood close to the walls (current districts of Campo di Marte, San Gervasio and the area of ​​Viale Mazzini) from the town of Fiesole; San Miniato, Pian de 'Giullari, Bandino and Badia a Ripoli from the municipality of Bagno a Ripoli; Arcetri, Poggio Imperiale, San Gaggio and the Due Strade from the town of Galluzzo.

In 1869 the town of Florence restored the fraction of the Bandino and a small enclave (the municipal building) to that of Bagno a Ripoli.

In 1910 the town of Fiesole ceded to Florence two areas: one comprising Trespiano, Serpiolle, part of Pian di San Bartolo and Careggi; The other including Rovezzano, Settignano and Coverciano.

In 1928 it was decided to further expand the city of Florence, which reached its present size (except for an exception). The Florentine territory expanded with the areas of Brozzi, Peretola, Quaracchi, Petriolo and La Sala (from the abolished municipality of Brozzi); Galluzzo, San Felice a Ema and Cascine del Riccio (from the common desert of Galluzzo); The Bandino, Badia a Ripoli, Nave a Rovezzano, part of Ponte a Ema (from the municipality of Bagno a Ripoli); Castello, Quarto, Il Sodo, the Panche, the Lippi and part of Novoli, Polverosa and San Silvestro in Ruffignano (from Sesto Fiorentino) and San Bartolo in Cintoia, Santa Maria in Cintoia, Marignolle, San Lorenzo in Greve, Ugnano, Mantignano and Sollicciano (from the town of Casellina and Torri, on that occasion renamed Scandicci).

In the following years, especially when the Regulatory Plan was launched in 1934, proposals for further enlarging the city of Florence, far beyond the limits already proposed in 1865, were missing; For example, the National Confederation of Professional Fascist Professionals and Artists in Florence proposed that the municipalities of Sesto Fiorentino, Bagno a Ripoli, Fiesole, Impruneta, 40% of Scandicci and Slices of Vaglia and Campi Bisenzio be added to the capital. According to this association, the Florentine municipal boundaries had to be delimited north and east by the Apennine and Florentine hills ranges, to the south by Greve River and to the west by Bisenzio River.

In 1939 the town of Florence returned the village of Signano to Scandicci.

In the second half of the war, due to the tumultuous expansion of the building and industrial of the city, further enlargements of the municipal territory of Florence were proposed: in the fifties it was proposed to annex the municipality of Sesto Fiorentino and in the following eighties that of Scandicci. These proposals, however, remained unsuitable for both local micro-indipendetism and political reasons. In May 2013, comforted by the success of the referendum on the merger of some Tuscan municipalities and a poll that saw two citizens on three, Andrea Barducci, then President of the Province of Florence, proposed the creation of the Greater Florence through the merger of the common capital with those of Bagno a Ripoli, Calenzano, Campi Bisenzio, Fiesole, Impruneta, Lastra a Signa, Pontassieve, Scandicci, Sesto Fiorentino and Signa. The idea of ​​the merging of the City of Florence with some of the metropolitan bands, in particular with Scandicci and Bagno a Ripoli, was re-launched in October 2015 by Mayor Dario Nardella: the proposal of the first Florentine citizen was welcomed by several colleagues from the Belt, in particular by Emiliano Fossi, Mayor of Campi Bisenzio, who has urged quick times for the "Greater Florence" operation.
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Alternate Flag of Campania
The CoA of the Republic of Amalfi, where the original white was replaced by the blue from the CoA of Terra di Lavoro Justiciarship, was added on a background matching the colors belonging to the CoAs of the Justiciarship of Principato Ultra and Principato Citra (black, white, shared by the two, and red).

Stemma della Repubblica di Amalfi, dove il bianco originale è sostituito con il blu del blasone del Giustizierato di Terra di Lavoro, in campo composto da una combinazione dei colori dei blasoni dei Giustizierati del Principato Ultra e del Principato Citra (nero, bianco, condiviso da entrambi, e rosso).
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Alternate Flag of Molise
The CoA of the Justiciarship of Molise was added on a blue flag with a silver diagonal line from upper right corner to lower left corner, it was inspired by the modern CoA.

Stemma del Giustizierato del Molise in campo composto da una bandiera blu (odierna) con una striscia diagonale argentea che la taglia dall'angolo in alto a destra a quello in basso a sinistra, ispirata al blasone attuale.
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Alternate Flag of Trentino - Alto Adige/Suedtirol
Modern regional CoA added on the former flag of the Empire of Austria.

Moderno stemma regionale in campo composto dall'antica bandiera dell'Impero d'Austria.
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Alternate Flag of Friuli - Venezia Giulia
Reported on a same CoA the single CoAs of Trieste, Friuli, Istria and Gorizia (in clockwise from upper left corner). The CoA was added on a background featuring former Istrian flag which has inside both the blue of Friuli and the red of Trieste.

Riportati su un unico stemma i blasoni di Trieste, Friuli, Gorizia e Istria (in senso orario dall'angolo in alto a sinistra). Lo stemma si trova in campo composto dalla formale bandiera Istriana che comprende sia il blu del Friuli che il rosso di Trieste.
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Alternate Flag of Calabria
The modern CoA of Calabria was added on a vertical Aragonese flag, where the original white was replaced with modern Calbrese flag's blue.

Attuale stemma regionale in campo composto da una bandiera Aragonese con la sostituzione in quest'ultima del bianco con il blu che si può trovare nel gonfalone Calabrese odierno.
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Alternate Flag of Basilicata
The CoA of the Justiciarship of Basilicata in argent shield version was added on a gold background (gold is found in most common version of the CoA).

Blasone del Giustizierato di Basilica in livrea argentea posto in campo oro (colore più frequentemente utilizzato nella cotta d'arme del Giustizierato). 
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Alternate Flag of Abruzzo
The CoAs of the Justiciarships of Abruzzo Citra and Abruzzo Ultra, the two administrative division of the Kingdom of Two Sicilies matching approximately modern territory of Abruzzo, were added on a background based on modern regional CoA. 

Blasoni dei Giustizierati di Abruzzo Citra e Abruzzo Ultra, divisioni amministrative corrispondenti all'incirca al territorio Abruzzese moderno, posti in campo ispirato all'attuale stemma regionale.
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Alternate Flag of Umbria
Modern regional CoA added on the flag of the State of the Church.

Moderno stemma regionale in campo composto dalla bandiera dello Stato Pontificio.
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Alternate Flag of Lazio
The modern regional CoA was added on the ancient flag of the State of the Church (which is namely the current flag of Rome).

Moderno stemma regionale in campo composto dalla antica bandiera dello Stato Pontificio (attuale bandiera di Roma).
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Regions of My Country's Alternate Flags (V.2)
English:
In version one I noticed how bad regional flags of Italy actually looked like even when I had modified the ugliest ones. In this new attempt I decided to try to change an higher number of flags, even thought a little number of them (the best looking) were kept untouched or only slightly modified.

- Abruzzo [modified]: the CoAs of the
 Justiciarships of Abruzzo Citra and Abruzzo Ultra, the two administrative division of the Kingdom of Two Sicilies matching approximately modern territory of Abruzzo, were added on a background based on modern regional CoA. 
- Basilicata [modified]: the CoA of the 
Justiciarship of Basilicata in argent shield version was added on a gold background (gold is found in most common version of the CoA.
- Calabria [modified]: the modern CoA of Calabria was added on a vertical Aragonese flag, where original white was replaced with modern Calbrese flag's blue.
- Campania [modified]: the CoA of the Republic of Amalfi, where the original white was replaced by the blue from the CoA of Terra di Lavoro Justiciarship, was added on a background matching the colors belonging to the CoAs of the Justiciarship of Principato Ultra and Principato Citra (black, white, shared by the two, and red).
- Corsica [unmodified]
- Emilia-Romagna [modified]
- Friuli-Venezia Giulia/Julijska Kraijna [modified]: reported on a same CoA the single CoAs of Trieste, Friuli, Istria and Gorizia (in clockwise from upper left corner). The CoA was added on a background featuring former Istrian flag which has inside both the blue of Friuli and the red of Trieste.
- Lazio [modified]: the modern regional CoA was added on ancient flag of the State of the Church (which is namely the current flag of Rome).
- Liguria [modified]: Republic of Genoa's flag used. 
- Lombardia [modified] Sforza's Duchy of Milan's flag used.
- Marche, no, you don't need a new pair of glasses, it was really kept blank, I couldn't even find a single viable alternative to the modern flag (and that flag is probably one of the worst of all modern flags)...no comment 
:XD:
- Molise [modified]: The CoA of the Justiciarship of Molise was added on a blue flag with a silver diagonal line from upper right corner to lower left corner, it was inspired by modern CoA.
- Piemonte [slightly modified]: the gold frame was removed and blue was darkened.
- Puglia [slightly modified]: removed the write "Regione Puglia" from the top.
- Sardegna [unmodified]
- Sicily [unmodified]
- Ticino [unmodified]
- Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol (Alto Adige/South Tyrol) [modified]: modern regional CoA added on the former flag of the Kingdom of Austria.
- Tuscany [modified]: the upper half of the flag of Florence, with Florentine Fleur de Lys on white background was combine with the lower half of the flag of Pisa, where Pisan Cross was added on changed background with left half colored in black instead of normal red, the red quarter and black quarter, combined with the white part above make respectively the Flag of Lucca and the Flag of Siena, thus representing all of the major Tuscan pre-unitary states. A pegasus from modern CoA was added in the center of the flag.
- Umbria [modified]: modern regional CoA was added on the flag of the State of the Church.
- Valle d'Aosta/Val d'Aoste (Aosta valley) [unmodified]
- Veneto [unmodified]

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Italiano:

La visione di insieme della versione uno mi ha fatto notare quanto appaiano sgradevoli alcune bandiere Italiane, così ho deciso di modificarne una parte. Alcune sono rimaste inalterate o solo leggermente modificate poiché secondo me già apposto come sono adesso.

- Abruzzo [modificata]: blasoni dei Giustizierati di Abruzzo Citra e Abruzzo Ultra, divisioni amministrative corrispondenti all'incirca al territorio Abruzzese moderno, posti in campo ispirato all'attuale stemma regionale.
- Basilicata [modificata]: blasone del Giustizierato di Basilica in livrea argentea posto in campo oro (colore più frequentemente utilizzato nella cotta d'arme del Giustizierato).
- Calabria [modificata]: attuale stemma regionale in campo composto da una bandiera Aragonese con la sostituzione in quest'ultima del bianco con il blu che si può trovare nel gonfalone Calabrese odierno.
Campania [modificata]: stemma della Repubblica di Amalfi, dove il bianco originale è sostituito con il blu del blasone del Giustizierato di Terra di Lavoro, in campo composto da una combinazione dei colori dei blasoni dei Giustizierati del Principato Ultra e del Principato Citra (nero, bianco, condiviso da entrambi, e rosso).
- Corsica [inalterata]
- Emilia-Romagna [modificata]:
- Friuli-Venezia Giulia/Julijska Kraijna [modificata]: riportati sullo stesso stemma i blasoni di Trieste, Friuli, Gorizia e Istria (in senso orario dall'angolo in alto a sinistra). Lo stemma si trova in campo composto dalla formale bandiera Istriana che comprende sia il blu del Friuli che il rosso di Trieste.
- Lazio [modificata]: moderno stemma regionale in campo composto dalla antica bandiera dello Stato Pontificio (attuale bandiera di Roma).
- Liguria [modificata]: bandiera della Repubblica di Genova.
- Lombardia [modificata]: bandiera del Ducato di Milano sotto gli Sforza.
- Marche, no, non avete bisogno di un nuovo paio di occhiali, ho davvero lasciato le Marche in bianco, non sono riuscito a trovare una singola alternativa viabile alla bandiera moderna (che è forse una delle più brutte d'Italia anche attualmente)...lasciamo perdere vai :XD:
- Molise [modificata]: stemma del Giustizierato del Molise in campo composto da una bandiera blu (odierna) con una striscia diagonale argentea che la taglia dall'angolo in alto a destra a quello in basso a sinistra, ispirata al blasone attuale.
- Piemonte [leggermente modificata]: rimossa la cornice aurea e scurita la tonalità di blu.
- Puglia [leggermente modificata]: rimossa la scritta "Regione Puglia".
- Sardegna [inalterata]
- Sicilia [inalterata]
- Ticino [inalterata]
- Toscana [modificata]: metà superiore occupata dalla bandiera della Repubblica di Firenze, con il giglio fiorentino in campo bianco, metà inferiore occupata invece dalla Croce Pisana in campo composto dalla metà destra in nero e dalla metà sinistra nel tipico rosso che si trova nella bandiera Repubblica di Pisa. Questi due colori presi col sovrastante bianco formano rispettivamente le bandiere della Repubblica di Siena e della Repubblica di Lucca. Sono quindi rappresentati tutti i più importanti stati pre-uinitari toscani. Il Pegaso del attuale stemma toscano è stato aggiunto al centro.
- Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol [modificata]: moderno stemma regionale in campo composto dall'antica bandiera del Regno d'Austria 
- Umbria [modificata]: moderno stemma regionale in campo composto dalla bandiera dello Stato Pontificio.
- Valle d'Aosta/Val d'Aoste [inalterata]
- Veneto [inalterata]

link to blank map: 
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Donald Trump gives Corsica to Italy XD
And so it does with The Vatican. Oh well thank you Mister President, we'd be delighted to accept if this was an invitation :XD:
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Italians vs Italy
black line: borders of Italy
green: Italians have since long been a majority and still are 
green squares: territories originally not Italians, being italianised (or completely Italianised) 
green diagonal squares: territories originally mixed (Italians and others), being italianised (or completely Italianised) 
green horizontal lines: territories originally not Italian, undergoing slow italianisation (Malta and Alto Adige)
green vertical lines: territories originally Italians, being de-italianised/almost totally de-italianised 
green diagonal lines: territories originally mixed (Italians and others), being de-italianised/almost totally de-italianised
green crosses: territories originally Italians, completely de-italianised 
white: Italians haven't been a majority since the fall of the Roman Empire and barbaric invasions and still aren't 
light red: other territories 
light blue: sea

now, if righteous border had to pass from linguistic-cultural one, which way should it pass all over that long list of different situations Arminius1871?

linee nere: confine italiano 
verde: Italiani maggioranza da molto tempo ed ancora oggi
quadrati verdi: territori in origine non italiani, in italianizzazione (o già completamente italianizzati)
rombi verdi: territori in origine misti (Italiano/altra nazionalità), in italianizzazione (o già completamente italianizzati)
linee verdi orizzontali: territori in origine non italiani, sotto lenta italianizzazione (Malta e Alto Adige)
linee verdi verticali: territori in origine italiani, in deitalianizzazione o quasi completamente deitalianizati 
linee verdi oblique: territori in origine misti (Italiano/altra nazionalità), in deitalianizzazione o quasi completamente deitalianizati 
croci verdi: territori in origine italiani, completamente deitalianizati 
bianco: gli Italiani non costituiscono la maggioranza dalla caduta dell'Impero Romano e dalle invasioni barbariche
rosso chiaro: altri territori 
celeste: mare

EDIT: added Alto Adige as slowly italianising to please ValdoreJavorsky 
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