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Marche is one of the twenty regions of Italy and is located in the central portion of the country. Two third portion of the region is covered by hills and mountains. The eastern side of Marche is composed entirely of Adriatic coastal area. Towards the north are Emilia-Romagna and Republic of San Marino, Tuscany to the Northwest, Umbria in the West and Abruzzo and Lazio in the south. The hills gradually decrease in elevation as they approach the eastern coastal area. The otherwise hilly and mountainous area is interrupted by numerous small rivers that have created narrow strips in the terrain. Marche has a long history. It was inhabited by Gaul tribes as early as 4th century BC. Since then, the region has been a part of Western Roman Empire, Eastern Roman Empire and briefly under the control of Goths. While Marche has traditionally been an agricultural region, it has seen a significant rise in industrialization of traditional craft manufacturing. There are now many significant industrial centers in the region. The region is also a popular tourist destination, owing to its traditional coastal resorts and natural beauty.