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What is the Italian Ferragosto holiday?
It seems that Ferrogusto , Ferragosto, ferrogosto is a part pagan, part christian, part traditional celebration closely linked to the assumption of Mary Magdelene into heaven...wouldn't bet money on it though as opinions seem to be as varied as the spelling.
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A traditional day celebrated by certain people.
There are ten Federal holidays in the United States. The Federal holidays are New Year's Day, Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Indepen…dence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Sono italiano is an Italian equivalent of 'I am an Italian'. In the word by word translation, the verb 'sono' means '[I] am'. The masculine gender adjective 'italiano', used… as a noun, means 'Italian'. The phrase is pronounced 'SOH-noh ee-tah-LYAH-noh'. That's what's said when the speaker is male. The phrase becomes 'Sono italiana' in terms of a female. It's pronounced 'SOH-noh ee-tah-LYAH-nah'. (Io sono un italiano)
holiday that comes from Italy for example La Befana is an Italian holiday which some thing like Christmas but instead of santa Claus theres this old witch called La Befana.
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Holidays have their origin in religious festival "Holy Days" - when people took a break from work to observe the event commemorated. In modern parlance the term has come to …mean any period away form work, although it continues also to cover religious festivals observed nationally.
Well the holidays you celebrate depend on your culture for example: If you are Christan, you celebrate holidays like Christms and Halloween. Here's a list of holidays that a…re usually celebrated: Christmas Father's Day Halloween Mother's day Thanksgiving Valentine's Day Also if you can think of any more holidays edit this answer Thank You!
January 1: Capodanno (New Year's Day) 6: Epifania/La Befana (Epiphany) 7: Giornata Nazionale della Bandiera (Flag Day)---celebrated principally in Reggio nell'Emilia Februar…y 3: San Biagio (patron saint of Doues) 9: San Rinaldo (patron saint of Nocera Umbra) 14: Festa degli Innamorati (San Valentino) Movable: Martedì Grasso (Mardi Gras / Fat Tuesday)---part of Carnevale Movable: Mercoledì di Ceneri (Ash Wednesday) March 8: La Festa della Donna 16: San Ilario and San Taziano (patron saints of Gorizia) 19: Festa del Papà (San Giuseppe) 19: San Proietto (patron saint of Randazzo) Movable (can also occur in April): Domenica delle Palme (Palm Sunday) Movable (can also occur in April): Venerdì Santo (Good Friday) Movable (can also occur in April): Pasqua (Easter Sunday) Monday after Easter (can also occur in April): Pasquetta, Lunedì di Pasqua (Easter Monday) April 1: Pesce d'Aprile (April Fool's Day) 25: Festa della Liberazione (Liberation Day) 25: San Marco (patron saint of Venezia) May 1: Festa del Lavoro (May Day) June 2: Festa della Repubblica (Republic Day) 24: San Giovanni Battista (patron saint of Firenze) 29: San Pietro and San Paolo (patron saints of Roma) July 10: San Paterniano (patron saint of Grottammare) 15: Santa Rosalia (patron saint of Palermo) August 2: San Alessio (patron saint of Sant'Alessio in Aspromonte) 15: Ferragosto / Assunzione (Day of the Assumption) September 19: San Gennaro (patron saint of Napoli) 22: San Maurizio (patron saint of Calasetta) October 4: San Petronio (patron saint of Bologna) November 1: Ognissanti (All Saints Day) 2: Il Giorno dei Morti (Day of the Dead) 3: San Giusto (patron saint of Trieste) 11: San Martino (patron saint of Foiano della Chiana) December 6: San Nicola (patron saint of Bari) 7: Sant'Ambrogio (patron saint of Milano) 8: Immacolata Concezione (Immaculate Conception) 25: Natale (Christmas) 26: Santo Stefano (St. Stephen's Day) 31: San Silvestro (St. Silvester's Day)
A lovely baked ziti or lasagna with meat sauce-chopped meat and Italian sausage. A huge loaf of Italian bread and some canolis for dessert. Magnifico!
Actually the list is quite long. To see the whole list follow the related link, below.
Buona vacanza is an Italian equivalent of 'Happy Holiday'. The feminine adjective 'buona' is pronounced 'BWOH-nah', and means 'happy, fortunate'. The feminine gender noun …'vacanza' is pronounced 'vah-KAHN-tsah', and may be used to mean 'Christmas holiday time'.
Buon Natale e Felici Vacanze is an Italian equivalent of 'Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays'. It's pronounced 'bwohn nah-TAH-leh ay feh-LEE-chee vah-KAHN-tseh'. In the word… by word translation, the masculine adjective 'buono' means 'good'. The masculine noun 'Natale' means 'Nativity'. The conjunction 'e' means 'and'. The adjective 'felici' means 'happy'. The feminine noun 'vacanze' means 'vacation, holidays'.
Buon viaggio e bella vacanza is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Have a good journey and a lovely holiday." Specifically, the masculine adjective buon means "…good." The masculine noun viaggio means "trip." The conjunction e means "and." The feminine adjective bella means "beautiful, handsome." The feminine noun vacanza means "vacation." The pronunciation is "bwohn VYAHDJ-djoh eh BEHL-lah vah-KAHN-tsah."