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What traditions do Italians have?
Some Italian traditions are eating sardeans on Easter. Another is easting pasta on Wednasday and Sunday.
kimono is a traditional dress for ladies in italy
Italian clothes are mostly long dresses for ladies and they very unique and fashionable and I prefer a particular online store that offers Italian clothes in a reasonabl…e price and the fabric quality is just marvellous.
Probably because Italians "adopted" it and began to develop new ways of preparing and dressing it. It became the basis of Italian diet and there is no typical meal in Italy …that doesn't include pasta as a dish. Ana Maria da Costa http://www.all-about-italian-food.com
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Pizza isn't actually a traditional dish. It is a popular dish. Same goes with pasta, lasagna, and spaghetti bolognese. Traditional dishes are: Carbonara Cataloni Risotto and… there are MANY MANY more. That's all I know. If you know more PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE post them up here!!
They wear dresses and boys, robes.
a tradition is something special they do in their town.
pasta pizza risotto tiramisu
in every city in Italy there are several foods.. i live in rome and the traditional food for excellence is Bucatini Amatriciana: Spaghetti with sauce of tomato, Pecorino (ita…lian cheese) and bacon.
Answer #1 I can give you some information but there is no traditional Italian clothing. In Japan, for example, a typical traditional dress is the kimono. But in Italy,… there is still a strong difference between regions. The regional cultures are still very strong. Italy was unified only in 1861. So there is no strong, unified history. The Renaissance is probably the best Italian cultural period in which you can certainly see traditional dresses. But the Renaissance style belongs to the past. Nowadays, a 'typical Italian dress' does not exist. There are very famous stylists like Ferre, Moschino, and Armani. But they represent rather high fashion, not how people commonly dress. Answer #2 Basically, traditional Italians wear some form of head covering, such as hats and scarves when they go outside. The women may wear gloves when they go shopping or to Mass and formal events. They also tend to wear dresses; or skirts with belts, blouses, and jackets or sweaters. The men tend to wear suits; or slacks with belts, jackets or sweaters, and shirts that are buttoned at the cuffs and collars. Both traditional men and women tend to wear sensible shoes, everywhere.
PAsta! Still eaten and loved in Italy in so many ways.
The main food in Italy are pasta and pizza.
Trattoria is a traditional Italian equivalent of the English word "restaurant." Specifically, the Italian word is a feminine noun. Its singular definite article la means …"the." Its singular indefinite article una means "a, one." The pronunciation is "TRAHT-toh-REE-ah."
High Class! but if you mean the traditional "OLD" they are called Costume