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Where are Italians located?
To be pedantic immigration to America from Italy couldn't exist before 1861, when Italy was united. But the greatest amount of migration from that area between 1880 to 1914. There are little villages 'Little Italies' throughout America. There are the fifth largest migration group to the US. Most immigrants are found in Pennsylvania and Indiana.
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Italy is a peninsula in the centre the Mediterranean Sea, between the western and eastern basins of this sea. Rome lies of the cost Thyrrenian Sea (the western coast), in cent…ral Italy.
The Adriatic Sea.
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)
The Republic of San Marino is the smallest republic in the world.
The Apennines mountains. (Mountain ranges on the lower peninsula include the Pollino, La Sila, and Aspromonte massifs.)
Mount Vesuvius is near the city of "Naples" in italy.
Firstly, Rome's location near the Mediterranean Sea provided the city ports for trade. Next, the Italian Peninsula is quite mountainous, providing Rome something of a barrier …from potential invaders.
Rome is on the west side of Itally.
Italians are people in or from the country of Italy.
My guess as this celebrate both the fiftieth anniversary of the Kingdom of Italy- and the golden anniversary of the Royal Italian Navy- hence the Battleship theme- they …were grabbed up by seamen, Naval officers and vets, and kept in the family much like such heirlooms as war medals or campaign decorations. They circulated widely among the Navy men, and were probably given out or sold at a slight premium on Veteran"s days ( I know that holiday did not exist in l9ll but Naval Patriot"s day) or something like that did) I have only seen the elusive Four Stack Battleship coin in catalogues such as the Yeoman books. I have never seen one in a coin store! No they did not voyage into the Bermuda Triangle- just rare and closely guarded. No US Gold piece ever depicted a battleship or other war vessel to my knowlegde- Columbus ship on the Columbian Half dollar but not on Gold coins. it"s a rarity, and they seldom surface, no pun intended. Even rarer is the l907 Prova commemorating the allegedly lost and secretive PROVA ( proof, Test) Expedition. These were made in 50 Lire and l00 Lire sizes the latter being larger than a US $20 St.Gaudens- who was a sculptor and not a Holy Man! by the way.
La Boca is a barrio (neighborhood) in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina.
The three sovereign states located within the Italian peninsula are Vatican City, San Marino, and the Italian Republic. The Italian Republic is the largest of these three …states with a population of 61,140,000, and the smallest is Vatican City with a population of 829.
Western, about half way up the coast.