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Lecce

Headquarters of: industries of limestone, ceramics, oils and wine.
Birthplace of: Aldo Moro, prime minister, politician assassinated by Red Brigades in 1978; Antonio Conte, coach of Italian national football team. Famous for: lovely beaches, Baroque architecture (is called "The Florence of the South"), the Basilica di Santa Croce, Piazza Sant'Oronzo, Basilica of Santa Croce, Roman Amphitheater.
Leading political party: Partito Democratico (PD).

Population 93,302
Italian population 59,685,227
Ranking of the city in terms of population 54

Source: Istat, 2013


1) Wealth
Gdp per capita EUR/year, 2014

3) Consumption
Per capita expenditure in cars,
motorbikes and electronics
EUR/year, 2014

5) Exports

7) Bank deposits
Bank deposits per capita EUR

9) Entrepreneurship
Registered companies per 100 inhabitants

2) Unemployment
Unemployment rate

4) Justice system
Ratio of judgements per pending/new cases
in 2014 x 100

6) ICT diffusion
Broadband coverage (% of population)

8) Youth
Share of population under the age of 30

10) Education
N. of graduates every 1,000 people aged
between 25 and 30 in 2014
Sources: (1) Istituto Tagliacarne, (2) Istat, (3) Findomestic, (4) Ministry of Justice, (5) Prometeia, (6) Osservatorio Banda Larga, (7) Abi-Bankitalia, (8) Datagiovani, (9) Infocamere, (10) Ministry of education

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  1. Detour 24

    Lecce, where baroque is at its sweetest

    by Alfredo Sessa

    Lecce is a city that is so far from the rest of Italy that it has to be reached with determination and never by chance. Located in the Salento, an area at the extreme end of the region of Puglia, ...

  2. Arts and Leisure

    DETOUR24 top picks of 2014

    Italy24’s roadmap to discover the country’s many beautiful cities in 24 hours. Discovering museums, restaurants, local hotspots and the best places for shopping. Here are DETOUR24: Trento ...

  3. Business and economy

    The Xilella olive tree epidemic and the EU, when Italy ends up being wrong

    by Roberto Iotti

    IT
    24 Exclusive content for IT24

    On the day Giuseppe Silletti -- the special commissioner charged with stopping the Xylella emergency that is infecting the olive groves in the southern Puglia region -- presented his second plan of measures including the uprooting of around 3,000 olive trees, Brussels said that EU Health Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis sent Italy a letter of infraction procedure about how it has handled the problem. According to the Commission, more than one ...