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Albano Laziale (IPA: [alˈbaːno latˈtsjaːle], Albanum in Latin, Arbanassi in Roman dialect) is a comune in the province of Rome, on the Alban Hills, in Latium, central Italy. It is also a suburb of Rome, which is 25 kilometres (16 mi) distant. It is bounded by other communes of Castel Gandolfo, Rocca di Papa, Ariccia and Ardea. Located in the Castelli Romani area of Lazio.

Population: 26,684

Latitude: 41° 43' 30.47" N
Longitude: 12° 38' 2.47" E

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