In today's article we are going to delve into the fascinating world of Leggo. Since its inception, Leggo has aroused the interest of millions of people around the world. Throughout history, Leggo has been the object of debate, study and admiration, becoming a topic of great relevance in different areas. In this article, we will explore the different aspects of Leggo, from its origin to its impact on today's society. We will discover its importance, its possible applications and the implications it has for the future. Get ready to immerse yourself in this exciting topic and discover everything Leggo has to offer.

Front page (Turin edition), 3 October 2008
TypeFree daily newspaper (Published from Monday to Friday)
Owner(s)Caltagirone Editore
FoundedMarch 2001
HeadquartersRome, Italy

Leggo (Italian for 'I read') is an Italian newspaper and was the first free daily newspaper published in Italy.

History and profile

Leggo was established by Caltagirone Editore, owned by Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone, in 2001.

It publishes 15 local editions for the cities of Rome, Milan, Turin, Naples, Bologna, Florence, Padua, Venice, Verona, Bari, Genoa, Como, Bergamo, Brescia and Varese, with a total circulation of 1,050,000 copies.

In the period of 2001–2002 Leggo had a circulation of 715,000 copies.


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