What do Italy and America have in common?
Among what Italy and the Americas have in common are ancientmountains of cultural significance, cities of international importance, coastal economies, Italian food, people of Italian heritage, and Roman Catholicism. As an example, Italy is home to part of the Alps and to the Apennines. Latin America has the Andes Mountains. The United States of America boasts the Rockies.
For example, Italy has Rome. Latin America has Buenos Aires, Argentina, as a city of Italian immigrants and of world import. The United States has New York City.
In the way of another example, the Italian peninsula is surrounded on three sides by water, and on all sides in the cases of the Italian islands of Sardinia and Sicily. Latin America has coastal economies on all sides of the South American continent and the Caribbean islands, and on three sides of Central America. The United States has coastal economies of the east, south, and north.
In the way of still other examples, Italy and the Americas are prime locations for and sources of Italian food, people of Italian heritage, and the Roman Catholic religion.
Italy, France, China, and South America are all geographical locations.
Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati. Those are the common ones you will see in America and Canada.
no italy is in Europe
What do France and Italy have in common? - a frontier.
It depends on where in America you start from and where in Italy you go to.
From China to Venice (Italy) via the silk road then from Italy to America as Italians migrated to America.
when did most people leave Italy to come to America
Bank of Italy merged with Bank of America in 1929 and kept the name Bank of America.
The most common pets in Italy include the common domesticated cat and the common domesticated dog. Also, Italy does have a large pet reptile population.
what r some common animals in italy
No, Italy is in Europe.
No, Italy is a country in Europe.
Catholic Christianity is the most common religion in Italy.
Italy is in Europe. South America is a completely different continent and mostly in the opposite hemisphere.
Honduras is not in Italy. It is a country in central America.
The common noun for America is country. For North America or South America, the common noun is continent.
well, its industries in Italy that are common. There is you answer. no not true an industy in Italy is their pasta company
Yes Italy was one of the original 6 members of the common market Yes Italy was one of the original 6 members of the common market
They both contain Italy!
Germany and Italy were dictatorships.
America south America Italy
The Bank of Italy was founded in San Francisco by Amadeo Giannini in 1904, He renamed The Bank of Italy in 1967 to the Bank of America, hence the Bank America Corporation was established
Those would be: Spain - Europe Latin America - America (North America, South America) Poland - Europe The Philippines - Asia Italy - Europe Portugal - Europe France - Europe
Yes, there is an Bank of America in Italy & it is located at Via Manzoni, 5 Milano, 20121. It is known as Merrill Lynch Investment Banking which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America.
Italy (mainly south Italy and Cicily)
Italy and the United States are both members of the NATO alliance.
You have that backwards. Italy is the proper noun, the name of a specific place. The common noun is country.
Dominic is a boys name. It is from a latin term meaning "Lord" or "Of the lord" It is a Spanish name (From spain) It became common it Italy later on and eventually became popular in America.
In South America, China, Japan, and many European countries including France, Italy, Netherlands and Switzerland, horsemeat is just as common on the dinner table as other meats.
Sugar beets are very common vegetables in Italy
Soccer as we call it in America is very popular sport in Italy.
Brasilia is the capital of Brazil, which is in South America, unlike Italy which is in Europe.
The first to migrate to America were from Spain, England, and Italy
its in Europe
The noun Italy is a proper noun, the name of a specific country.
The most common name in America is jessica
Its more common in America.
a very popular jod in italy is a bell'lavoro sitter
It took about 11 days from Italy to Ellis Island
No. Italian people did come to the early American colonies, but Italy didn’t colonize.
no, America has different roads. Italy has much smoother roads and less durable cars because of it. which is why if your not careful you can blow your tire on your Italian sports car.
Yes and No. France and Italy have a common boarder but Switzerland has a boarder with France, Italy, Germany and Austria.
Bank of America has a history that dates back to over a hundred years. It was begun as Bank of Italy in the year 1904. But, the name Bank of America was established in the year 1930 after the merger between two major banks - Liberty Bank of America and Bank of Italy.
The most common food in America is the hamburger and the cheeseburger.
what is the most common religion in south america
Japan & Italy
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Bank of Italy
America Italy and Germany
the same as America