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I moved this page from Sub-Regions Of Sondrio to here because working out the Sub-Regions Of Sondrio is a discussion function. As Sub-Regions of ... pages do not follow the guidelines Wikitravel:What is an article? and Wikitravel:Article naming conventions, meaning we don't write about them as a separate article and don't have pages with that sort of name, anyway. Consequently, I have put it here instead. As there is no destination or region that is called Sub-Regions Of Sondrio, the listing of sub-regions should happen in the Sondrio (Province) article. Mind you I can understand why this sort of page might be created, given the long list. - Huttite 07:28, 18 March 2009 (EDT)
Can I make a suggestion as to the districts of Sondrio. I think that each major valley has its own identity and therefore region. So maybe this :
- Bormio valley
- Tirano- Lake Como section of Bormio valley
- Chiavenna/Via Spluga
It also seems that Lombardy is lacking any real regions, or at least a list of them, so this could just be part of the problem.
Comments. Thanks! --HJ.Phillips94 12:07, 27 March 2009 (EDT)
 Sub-Regions Of Sondrio
- Castello dell'Acqua
- Castione Andevenno
- Chiesa in Valmalenco
- Cosio Valtellino