- region occupying the southernmost part of the peninsula of Italy, opposite Sicily: 5,822 sq mi (15,079 sq km)
- former region (until 11th cent.) constituting what is now S Apulia, in SE Italy
A region of southern Italy forming the toe of the Italian “boot.” Founded as a Greek colony, it was subsequently held by Rome, the Byzantine Empire, the Normans, and the kingdom of Naples before becoming part of a united Italy in 1861.
- A region of southern Italy.
From the Ancient Greek Καλαβρία (Kalabria).