Italiano:Storia amministrativa del comune di Firenze e dintorni
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.
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…
Administrative history of Florence and its surroundingsR-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.
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.