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The Julian March (Croatian and Slovene: Julijska krajina; ; ; ; ; ) is a former political region of southeastern Europe on what are now the borders between Croatia, Slovenia, and Italy. The Italian name for the Region, "Venezia Giulia" (or "Venetia Iulia", meaning "Julian Venice"), was invented in 1863 for the Austrian Littoral by the linguist Graziadio Isaia Ascoli, who sought to bring together under one name all of the Austrian Littoral claimed by Italian nationalists.

The Julian March ceased to be a separate administrative region in 1947. Nevertheless, its name survives in the name of the Italian autonomous region Friuli Venezia Giulia (), which literally means "Friuli and Venetian Julia".



Graziadio Isaia Ascoli considered the territory of the Roman Italia province of Venetia et Histria ("Venetia and Istria") to be a geographical-cultural unit, subdivided into three parts:

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