Southern Italian cooking is largely (although by no means exclusively) vegetarian. Beans, capsicums (peppers), eggplants, zucchini, olives, garlic and olive oil are mainstays of cooking. When meat is used, it is often the poorer cuts of meat, but slow cooked- it is important to note that although the meat might be a cheaper cut, it is not inferior meat- the southern Italian people are masters of using what they have to achieve an optimal result. The cooking reflects the traditionally poorer socio-economic status of the south. The style is more mediterranean and is almost a fusion between Greek and Spanish cooking. The north is traditionally more wealthy than the south, and tends to cook a lot more like the French and Germans. Foods are richer, with butter, cheese, cream, and a lot more meat is used in Northern Italian cooking. Also, polenta is consumed regularly by many northerners, often as a main source of carbohydrates, in place of rice or pasta.
The south of Italy is very poor. Is it hot and there is a lot of farmland. The north of Italy is better off, the weather is not as hot, and the life expectancy is higher.
The only country that borders both France and Italy (and is north of Italy and east of France) is SWITZERLAND.
No, Italy is a country in Europe.
This is self-explanatory. The north of Italy is obviously the northern part of country called Italy
Switzerland is north of Italy and east of France.
Switzerland and Austria are bordering countries that are north of Italy.
The Italian Alps.
The north of Italy is called either "il nord" or "il settentrione". Both words mean north.
Switzerland and Germany are to the North of Italy, with France to the North West and both Austria and Slovenia to the North East.
Rome is in the capital of Italy and in the middle of the country
The Italian front was fought mainly between Italy (of course) and Austria-Hungary, in the mountains north of Venice, Italy. Their allies also fought, but in comparatively smaller numbers.
Italy set about making the Mediterranean an "Italian Lake" and invaded North Africa to meet their goal. Italy need more troops in North Africa and so Germany sent some Generals.It was a place of desert battles and Military tests.
After Mussolini was removed by Italian government, the new government now running the country. The Allies threatened the southern Italy, then the new government surrendered. Allies captured the south of Italy. After that southern Italy declared war on Germany, but the German army in the north resisted. After broke the German defense line between north and south Italy, the Allies captured Rome and made the north Italy surrendered.
During WW2, the countries of France, Switzerland, Austria and Yugoslavia bordered Italy on the north. NO the closest country to Italy is Cyprus.
Italy is in Europe, directly south of Switzerland and Austria with Franch to the north west and Slovenia to the north east.
Smeg fridge freezers are made in Italy. Smeg is an Italian home appliance manufacturer. It is located in north of Italy, in a place called Guastalla. Smeg has 15 subsidiaries worldwide.
Italy is not a city, it is a country. The Capital, Rome is 41.5 degrees North of the Equator
There are 4,757 miles between North Carolina and Rome, Italy (which is geographically central in the country).
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