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The Roman civilization formed on the Apennine peninsula and the city of Rome, placed on the River Tiber, was built at its heart. The geography of the Italian peninsula helped the unification of Italy under Rome because, unlike Greece, the peninsula is characterized by less rugged mountains and more fertile plains, especially in the north and the west. Vast and fertile plains helped the growing population.

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