Felonica (also called "Felònica") is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Mantua in the Italian region Lombardy, located about 180 kilometres (110 mi) southeast of Milan and about 50 kilometres (31 mi) southeast of Mantua. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 1,586 and an area of 22.5 square kilometres (8.7 sq mi).
Global data: Province: Mantova. Distance from the chief town (Mantova): 60 kilometres (37 mi). Inhabitants: 1.649. Denomination: Felonichesi.
Geographic data: Surface: 22.5 square kilometres (8.7 sq mi). Elevation above sea level: 11 metres (36 ft). Minimum elevation: 9 metres (30 ft). Maximum elevation: 11 metres (36 ft). Altimetric difference: 2 metres (6.6 ft).
Population and statistical data: Population density: 73.29 inhabitants per square kilometer. Population in 1991: 1,810 inhabitants - Population in 2001: 1,649 inhabitants. Percentage variation: -8.90%. Families: 684. Medium value of the components of a generic family: 2.41 people.
The municipality of Felonica contains the frazione (subdivision) Quatrelle.
Felonica borders the following municipalities: Bondeno, Calto, Castelmassa, Ficarolo, Salara, Sermide.
This village invented a local bread called "Tirot" which is made with onion.(Wikipedia)