What is an old Italian capital?
Turin was Italy's first capital city from 1861 to 1865 when Florence became the capital & finally Rome became the capital in 1871.
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Toledo was once the Capital of Spain. Spain has only existed as one political entity since the unification of the kingdoms of Castile, Leon, and Aragon in 1516 under the reign of Carlos II of Spain. He was the first monarch to rule all three kingdoms. He was also known as Carlos V (Charles V) Holy R…oman Emperor. (MORE)
Ancient Egypt was divided into upper and lower Egypt, their capitals were Thebes and Memphis
Trieste (city) is the capital of Trieste province. Enna (city) is the capital of Enna province.
Depending on which Moroccan King or Dynasty is referred to, the answer can be Marrakesh, Fez, and Meknes. Fes was the earliest Moroccan capital city and was founded by the Idrissids, the first endemic Moroccan Dynasty. Rabat, the current capital of Morocco, was also the capital for the Merinids a fe…w centuries prior to it becoming the capital again under the current Alaouite Dynasty. Meknes was only the capital under the reign of King Moulay Ismail. At all other points of Moroccan history, such as the rule of the Sa'adian, Almoravid, Almohad, and other dynasties, Marrakesh served as the capital of Morocco. (MORE)
Prior to being established at Brasilia, the government of Brazil was based at Rio de Janero.
There are two old or former capital cities in Brazil. Rio de Janeiro was the capital from 1793 until 1960. Salvador was the first capital, from 1549 to 1793. Brasilia became the capital of Brazil on April 21, 1960.
Machynlleth in Powys used to be the old capital in Wales in the time of Owain Glyndwr, but some say that Dolgellau in Gwynedd used to be it.
I'm not sure whether you would call my little home town a city..but the old capital of Fiji is LEVUKA, which is a town on the island of Ovalau..
Well in Egypt it was Memphis because when king Narmer known as Menese united upper Egypt and lower Egypt together he stayed in Memphis on the boarder of upper and lower Egypt but he originally come from upper Egypt which landed on the upper river
Sessanta anni is an Italian equivalent of 'sixty years old'. In the word by word translation, the number 'sessanta' means 'sixty'. The masculine gender noun 'anni' means 'years'. The phrase is pronounced 'sehs-SAHN-tah AHN-nee'.
La Boca is located in the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires. Itstill retains its Italian roots, since many of its early settlerswere from Genoa.
The city of Granada in Spain was a regional capital of the Nasrids during the Moorish occupation (711 AD-1492 AD), which was called the Emirate of Granada, part of the Iberian empire of Al-Andalus (711 AD-1228 AD). By 1236 AD, Granada was an isolated Berber enclave that had allied itself with Ferdin…and III of Castile. (MORE)
The capital of Macedonia during Alexander the Great's time was Pella. Since then, the most important city in Macedonia has been Thessaloniki.
The old capital of Macedonia was ancient Aegae (modern Vergina). Itwas subsequently moved to Pella, where Alexander the Great wasborn.
it was first found in text in the 12th century but other writing that were the buildng blocks of the language were found in the year 960 so its old xD
the original capital was Philadelphia, after that it moved around until it finally ended up in Washington D.C.
The capital of ancient Egypt was first Memphis (during the Old Kingdom), then Thebes (during the Middle and the New Kingdom) until Alexander the Great invaded Egypt. He made Alexandria the capital and it remained Alexandria until the 7th cenutry.
There are several ways to say old in Italian. One of which is vecchio . You can find some others, as well as other language translations for this word on answers.com at the following link: http://www.answers.com/old .
No , the phrase "an Italian grocery" is not capitalized correctly. pecifically, if the reference is to any store that offers Italian groceries and is Italian owned and operated, then correct capitalization is "an Italian grocery." Neither does the phrase show correct capitalization if it refers to …the name of a store. In that case, the capitalization instead should be "An Italian Grocery." (MORE)
Manila was the old capital of the Philippines. Quezon City became the capital for a while. Now it is Manila again.
Yes , the phrase 'Italian Grocery' may be capitalized correctly. The phrase seems to refer to a location where groceries are sold, or to the name of some literary piece. The definite article 'the' may or may not need to be capitalized, depending upon whether it's to be included in the name of the st…ore or the title of the literary work. If it's to be included, then the capitalization is 'The Italian Grocery'. (MORE)
Ponte vecchio is the Italian equivalent of 'old bridge'. In the word by word translation, the masculine gender noun 'ponte' means 'bridge'. The masculine adjective 'vecchio' means 'old'. The phrase is pronounced 'POHN-tay VEH-kee-oh'. . The sound 'ay' is similar to the sound 'ay' in the English n…oun 'ray'. (MORE)
If someone asks you how old you are in Italian (Quanti anni hai?), they are literally asking you 'How many years do you have?' In reponse, you would say: 'Io ho [number] anni.' This means, 'I have [number] years.'
First capital was SALVADOR. RIO DE JANEIRO was the second one.. and now BRASILIA is the Brazil's capital!
Quanti anni hai ? is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "How old are you?" Specifically, the masculine interrogative quanti means "how many." The masculine noun anni means "years." The verb hai means "(informal singular you) are having, do have, have." The pronunciation is "KWAH…N-tee AHN-nee eye."* *The sound is similar to that in the English noun "eye." (MORE)
Quanti anni ha is an Italian equivalent of 'How old is she'. In the word by word translation, the interrogative 'quanti' means 'how many'. The masculine gender noun 'anni' means 'years'. The verb 'ha' means '[he/she/it] does have, has, is having'. The phrase is pronounced 'KWAHN-tee AHN-nee a…h'. (MORE)
Vecchia or Vecchia signora may be Italian equivalents of 'old lady'. The phrase is pronounced 'VEHK-kee-ah see-NYOH-rah'. The feminine adjective 'vecchia' means 'old'. The feminine gender noun 'signora' means 'lady, Madame, woman'. The adjective may be used as a noun. In that case, it takes the …definite article 'la' ['the']. The adjective is feminine. So it isn't necessary to use the word 'signora'. The phrase 'la vecchia' may be translated as 'the old lady'. (MORE)
18 is the age at which Italians legally may marry. They may marry at 16 with the court's consent. Despite these provisions, Italians tend to marry later. Recent research indicates that males tend to be around 30, and females around 27, at the time of first marriages.
The name of the old Italian language is Latin, as the language ofthe Romans when they ruled Italy and much of Europe and since theItalian language is partly based on Latin.
Type your answer here... Italian States? what do you mean? Italy is a Country, like France and Germany, and the capital is Rome.
Yes, the phrase "Italian sausage" is supposed to be capitalizedbecause "Italian" is a nationality-related adjective.
Bonn was NEVER meant to be the permanent capital of West Germany. Even when it was voted as provisional seat of government, the delegates assiduously avoided referring to it as "capital" as they still hoped that eventually the zones of occupation would be re-united into one country, with Berlin as i…ts capital. Following the end of the Second World War, West Germany had to find a new seat of Government. The old Capital City, Berlin, was not an option due to the Quadripartite Agreement that prohibited Berlin being the capital, but also the fact that the city was in the middle of the Soviet occupation zone made it unsuitable. Four cities submitted applications to become the new provisional seat of government (the expression "capital" was assiduously avoided in light of German hopes of a re-unification): Frankfurt am Main Bonn Kassel Stuttgart Kassel soon fell by the wayside due to the extensive war damage and the fact that it was close to the Russian zone. It was soon followed by Stuttgart due to the city's precarious financial situation. This left just Bonn and Frankfurt in the running. Bonn was heavily favoured by the British military government and the conservative CDU/CSU party. Whilst Frankfurt was favoured by the left of centre SPD. The decision was to be made by a vote of the Parlimentarischer Rat (Parliamentary Council). On the eve of the vote, it looked as though Bonn would lose out to Frankfurt as the Hessian CDU Council members were planning to vote against Bonn, in favour of their own "local" city. However, immediately before the vote, the famous CDU politician Konrad Adenauer (who become Germany's first BundesprÃ¤sident), read out a "confidential report" of the German Press Association (Deutsche Presse-Dienst, DPD), which claimed that the SPD leader, Kurt Schumacher, had expressed delight over a "sure defeat" of the conservatives in the vote. This was enough to sway the Hessian members and the vote went Bonn's way, with 33 votes to 29. It later transpired the "confidential report" had been written by a DPD journalist, who leant towards the CDU and had never been filed with the DPD. It is not known how it came into Adenauer's possession. The official reasons that were given, as to why Frankfurt had not been chosen, were its lack of office and living space on the one hand but also whether it would have been possible to persuade the US to move its military government out of Frankfurt on the other, as it was intended that the new German seat of government should be free of occupation forces. Following the vote, accusations of corruption arose and it was claimed that delegates received more than DM2,000,000 in bribes to vote in favour of Bonn. A subsequent inquiry established that the money had indeed been paid to delegates according to their votes but could not establish if or how exactly the payments affected the vote. With the completion of re-unification on 3 October 1990, Berlin once more became the capital of Germany and plans were set in motion to move the German government from Bonn to Berlin. As a result of this move, the city of Bonn received a generous compensation package to cover the financial loss of such a move and also received the title Bundesstadt (Federal City) in honour of its role during the post-war years. (MORE)
Quanti anni ho? is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "How old am I?" The question translates literally into English as "How many years do I have?" The pronunciation will be "KWAN-tee AN-nee o" in Italian.
i know definitely one was Kingston. i am pretty sure they're is no more old capitals.
There were many old capitals, the latest of which was Shiraz before moving .to the current capital Tehran
The old capital of Japan was Kyoto, in fact the name "Kyoto" actually means Capital capital, or capital of capitals. - Kyoto did not start out as the capital of Japan. A noteworthy earlier capital was Nara. In 741, Emperor ShÅmu moved the capital briefly to a place called Kuni-kyo, between the ci…ties of Nara and Kyoto, in present-day Kyoto Prefecture. In 784, the capital was moved to NagaokakyÅ, also in present-day Kyoto Prefecture. In 794, Emperor Kammu moved the capital to Heian-kyo, and this was the beginning of the current-day city of Kyoto. Even today, almost all of the streets, houses, stores, temples and shrines in the city of Kyoto exist where they were placed in this year. - Kyoto has been, and still remains to this day, the cultural center of Japan. For over 1000 years it was Japan's capital. When the capital was changed to Tokyo, Kyoto remained Japan's cultural capital (MORE)
" Vecchio mondo " is an Italian equivalent of "old world." Specifically, the masculine singular adjective " vecchio " means "old." The masculine singular noun " mondo " means "world." The masculine singular definite article is " il " ("the"). The masculine singular indefinite article is " un , u…no " ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "VEHK-kyoh MOHN-doh." (MORE)
yes! it's a specific period of time ----------------------------------------------------------------- Question : Old World may be specific period of time,but so are the words past and future. So, why do we capitalize the term Old World, but not past andfuture?
Yes , countries are capitalized in Italian. Specifically, the first letter of ordinary nouns is not capitalized. But the first letter of proper nouns tends to be capitalized. Countries are proper nouns whose first letter is capitalized.
Yes , "Italian" is written with the first letter capitalized, but no, the first letter of "leather" is not capitalized. Specifically, the first letter of the adjective "Italian" is capitalized because it refers to a nationality. The first letter of the noun "leather" is not capitalized. Neither …word begins with a capital letter in the equivalent Italian, pelle italiano . The masculine noun pelle means "leather." The pronunciation is "PEHL-leh-tah-LYAH-noh." (MORE)
Perugia is the capital city of the region in Italy known as Umbriain central Italy. It is located on the Tiber River and was animportant Roman Stronghold.
Vecchia anima is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "old soul." Specifically, the feminine adjective vecchia means "old." The feminine noun anima means "soul." The pronunciation is "VEHK-KYAH-nee-mah."
Not Applicable. Canaan is a region of land similar to Germany pre-unification (but after the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire). It contains within it a number of different city-states which independently have their own capital cities. Some of the Important Canaanite/Israelite capital citie…s include: Israel (United): Hebron to Jerusalem Israel (North): Samaria Judah: Jerusalem Philistines: Gaza (MORE)
No, they are part of a word that you could find in a dictionary and if you do italianbread it's not capitalized so putting a space apart really doesn't do anything since it could be considered part of that word.
A putto ("little angel"), as a chubby child, often nude andwinged, is an old Italian symbol for love.
T maiuscole is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "capital T." The feminine singular noun and feminine/masculine singular adjective may be rendered additionally into English as "majuscule T" and "upper-case T." The pronunciation will be "tea meye-OO-skoo-ley" in Italian.
It would be hard to get much closer to it than Rome is, seeing ashow Rome is actually on it.
The town of Helena, Montana originally was named "Last ChanceGulch." It was named by gold miners who struck it rich there.
The English phrase "Italian meal" is correct as written sinceEnglish capitalizes the proper noun-related adjective Italian butnot the common noun meal.
Michelangelo was born on March 6,1475 in Caprese, Italy. Caprese is a village in the province ofArezzo, Tuscany, Italy. Arezzo is the capital of province ofArezzo. Florence is the capital city of the Italian region ofTuscany. Rome is the capital city of Italy.