What is Italy?
Italy is a country located on the Italian Peninsula on in Southern Europe. Italy shares its northern, Alpine boundary with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. To the east and the west, it is bordered by the Adriatic Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea respectively.
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Italy is the boot-shaped country in Western Europe which isbordered by France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia. Italy islocated on the north central Mediterranean Sea, mostly between theLigurian, Tyrrhenian, and Adriatic Seas. --- Italy is located in Southern Europe on the Italian Peninsula. It…includes the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicilyand Sardinia. Italy shares its northern border with France,Switzerland, Slovenia, and Austria. ( Full Answer )
The leader of Italy is the President. The current president (11thpresident) of the country is President Giorgio Napolitano (ReGiorgio) and he started his governance since 2006.
People have a wide variety of professionals in Italy. These includethe food industry, fashion industry, travel industry, and workingas doctors or lawyers, as well as jobs in manual labor.
Italy's allies would be the 26 countries that are members of NATO.The members of the European Union would also be allies of Italy.
To fax to Italy from the US you would need to dial: 011-39-fax number 011 is to dial internationally 39 is the international country code for Italy Drop any + or 0 from the start of the fax number when dialing.
The Alps and the Apennines are the major mountain ranges in Italy.The Alps run in a west-to-east arc from the Cadibona Pass to northof Trieste, at the head of the Adriatic Sea. The Apennines run downthe Italian peninsula from the Cadibona Pass to the tip of Calabriaand continue on the island of Sici…ly. ( Full Answer )
i think the most popular thing in Italy is their food because is the most popular food in Italy.
A few traditions in Italy are Festa Della Repubblica, celebrated onJune 2nd, and Tarantella which is a form a dancing.
There is only one Pope for the Catholic Church, and he is currentlyPope Benedict XVI, Joseph Ratzinger of Germany; he lives in theVatican City State, which is sovereign and not a part of Italy. Update: Since March of 2013 the pope is Pope Francis.
700 turtledoves died for unknown reasons in italy. It also happened in Arkansas, Sweden, Louisiana, and other places. I think it all involves aliens
it looks like a boot ACTUALLY Italy dosent look like a boot that is Lousiana
There are many activities in Italy, including museums, festivals,and visiting beaches. Tourists can also enjoy skiing, cycling,windsurfing, and boating.
There are different religions in Italy. The biggest religion inItaly is Catholicism. They also have Christian, Pentecostal,Evangelical, Assembly of God, Baptists, Seventh Day Adventists, andothers.
The things that grow in Italy include the same things that aregrown in other areas like olives, wheat, rice, garlic, and othervegetables. Grapes also grow in Italy, where they grow wine grapes.
\n. \nThere was not an actual battle of Italy. There was the famous battle of Sicily which took place all through out the island.\n. \nThe battle of Sicily played a major role in the decision to overthrow Mussolini and begin negotiations to surrender. Of course, the Germans continued to fight for… every mile of territory. The Battle of Cassino was the battle that was the most costly and lasted the longest. ( Full Answer )
roman catholic roman catholic that is the religion, this is their life style The most wonderful thing about Italy is that there is something for everyone. Romantic cities, breathtaking scenery, perfect climate, mountains to ski and walk in, lakes to be sailed on and holidayed beside, festiva…ls to be watched and this all leads to a lifestyle that could be called perfect! The people themselves are charming and relaxed, they have a great love of life, they are great lovers of food and drink and their restaurants are happy, buzzy establishments, which are a delight to eat in. Art lovers can choose from a variety of towns and cities and even small villages to peruse at their leisure the vast array of art galleries, exhibitions and churches. There are thousands of ruins and statues to be found, from Pompeii, site of an old Roman town flattened by Vesuvius in 79 AD, to the Grizzi Palace in Florence. Life in Italy makes it very easy for visitors to meander around from numerous art galleries or open-air theatres, or wander around Rome or Venice or any of the other towns to get a feel of the history and the centuries of life that has taken place there. But it is not just the visitor to Italy that will be able to enjoy this lifestyle, whilst work is to be done; the Italians still are able to indulge in 'La Dolce Vita' , a lifestyle full of romance, culture and fine foods! Italian cooking must be high in the ranks of the most delicious, richest and most varied of all cooking, with dishes for every occasion. Food plays a major part in the lives of Italians and their culture. Every region has its speciality, not only pasta but all varieties of meat and fish are cooked to old, handed down recipes, mouth watering puddings, and of course, nobody can beat their ice creams! Most regions also make their own wines, and the wine caves produce some of the top labels of wine in the world. It is a cultural given to sit in a cafÃ© at the end of a hard day's work and tipple a little Soave before returning home for dinner! Shopping may not be a national past time but it is taken very seriously. The major cities, Rome, Milan, Florence are full of the most wonderful shops selling everything from designer clothes to the newest and hippest furniture to be found anywhere in the world. Milan has its furniture fair every year and furniture makers from far and wide will go there to see what is happening at the leading edge of furniture design. Leather is also a good buy in Italy, Italians know their leather and the finest gloves, shoes, jackets and bags are worn by virtually all Italians. They glory in being chic, and are generally always beautifully turned out. Sport is a very important part in the lives of many Italians. Football being their main passion, with hundreds of football clubs with top soccer teams playing for their country. Volleyball is also much enjoyed as is rugby, with the rugby team playing for the European Challenge Cup. These are just some of the elements that make up Italian culture. Everything about Italy exudes quality and style - from their clothes to their music. It is no surprise, for example, that both the top opera singers and top fashion designers all come from Italy. In summary, the Italian culture is one of great flamboyance, colour, enjoyment and passion. It would be difficult to find any other national culture to match Italy's rich diversity and depth of emotional vibrancy. ( Full Answer )
King Umberto II was the last reigning monarch and he was a member of the house of Savoy. The Italian monarchy was abolished on the 9th May 1946 and he died in 1983.
There are lots of animals in Italy including: Albine ibex , Brown bear ,Chamois ,Wolves ,Wild Boar ,Elk ,Mediterranean Mon,Seal ,Asiatic Jackal ,Cross Fox ,Ermine,Egyptian Mongoose ,Beach Marten,Otter ,Eurasian Lynx ,European Polecat ,Dolphin ,Whales ,Bats ,Rabbits ,Hares ,Voles ,Mice ,Dormouse :)
Italy is a very diverse country. Sicily, for example, is entirely different in most ways from the northern regions adjoining Switzerland or France.
Italy depends on the cooperation of other countries for economicgains. Trading is an important business for Italy and otherinterdependent countries.
The official language of Italy is Italian. Italy has a Unitaryparliamentary constitutional republic government with a presidentand prime minister.
There have been many changes in Italy's borders during the 20th century; however Italy became Italy in 1861 with the Risorgimento, or the unification. The risorgimento united Italy between the papal states, the kingdom of Sicily and calabria, the venetian empire and several other regions. The cu…rrent borders of Italy came after the end of World War 2, when Italy officially gained several areas in the north which previously belonged to the former Yugoslavia. ( Full Answer )
there are many things! you can go visit naples underground in naples obviously. naples underground is where innocent citizens lived for years while they were being bombed in world war 2. it is a very interesting sight! you can go through a tiny tunnel that you can just slide through. there is absolu…tley no light, except for a candle the tour guide gives you. its very scary and dark. i went through it. its a nice experience. you choose if you want to go through it or not. another great place to go is ischia. it is a beautiful island in the mediterranean. there are gorgeous beaches and stores. there is so much to doo therree!!! ( Full Answer )
There are so many things to do in Italy! The problem is deciding which cities to spend your time in. In Florence, you can climb the Duomo stairs to see the entire city, you can see the statue of David carved by Michelangelo, as well as the painting of the Birth of Venus. Additionally, there is the P…onte Vecchio, a fabulous bridge stretching over the river. Florence contains one of the best leather markets in the world. In Rome, you can climb the Spanish Steps, see the Trevi fountain which is gorgeous at night time, and visit the Colosseum. You can also visit the Roman Forum, the Vatican Museum which also contains the Sistine Chapel, and the underground catacombs. In Pisa, obviously you can see the leaning tower of Pisa, along with the corresponding church. In all of the cities, especially Rome, there is an exciting night life, as well as outdoor markets. This is only a short list of all there is to do in Italy. The cities of Venice and Milan offer exciting opportunities as well, and the vineyards of the Tuscan countryside are absolutely gorgeous. ( Full Answer )
Amazing ingredients for your food, fabulous handbags and clothing and big containers (4L) of Nutella. food poisoning.
You can do many things in Italy. The main tourist attraction is the Leaning Tower of Pisa. You should definitely visit that. Also be sure to try some of their pizza and pasta for an original taste. Make sure you pick up some neat clothes, also. Rome, Italy's capital, is loaded with things to …do and see. Make sure you visit them all, you'll love it. Some places to get you started are: The Colosseum/Vatican/Spanish Steps/Trevi Fountain/St. Peter's Basilica/Sistine Chapel... these are just a few, there's so much more and you can't see/do all in a week. Try and go for at least a month... if that's not possible, no less than 2 weeks. Seriously, you won't ever get bored. Rome is so beautiful and loaded with culture. Forget renting a car, it's so much more fun exploring on foot, which is the best/fun part. Just make sure you don't go in the winter or summer months, unless you love it super cold/hot. ( Full Answer )
Depends on where you're starting from, how fast you want to getthere, and how much you want to spend. Italy is in Europe, so ifyou're on another continent it'd probably make most sense to fly. There are several large cities you could fly to, including Rome,Naples, Venice, Milan, and Turin. If you t…ake a cruise, most will arrive in Rome/ Ostia/Civitavecchia or Palermo in Sicily. ( Full Answer )
No, Rome is the capital of Italy.is it on the east coast ot italy, or west coast?
Italy is called Italy Because there was once a man who had a horses. One of his Horses was called Italy. The man was out excersising his horse one day, and the king was also out! The King was out walking in the forests. The man saw a woman in the distance about to shoot the king! When the gun fired …the horse bolted and leaving his rider on the ground. The horse reared up at the bullet and left the king escape!!! The horse unfortuanly died! But because of the horses great effort and care the King asked the man what would he like in return? The man replied " My horse died for you, a stranger to him! He showed he didnt care who you were! He just wanted to save you! Call one of you most favourite things after my horse! After all he did save your Life" The king replied " I will do my best!" And he went home. The next week it was all over the country that it would be called "Italy". Italy meant " Calf Land" The horse grow up with cows and calfs and the horse thought himself as one and that's why the horse was called Italy!! ( Full Answer )
There is a "Little Italy" in the all major cities in the World. For example, in Toronto the Little Italy located in downtown at College street area
Italy is in South Europe and it is there due to plate tectonics, which cause the continental plate that Italy is on to shift into its present position. The formation of the Alps shows the colision of two continental plates, which forced the plates to extend upwards.
Italy is very mountonious with plains. The alps are in Italy and so are other mountain ranges.
There are lots of ski resorts in Italy, including some of the largest in the world (Dolomiti Superski). Remember that Italy has some of the highest mountain in western Europe, They run almost the whole length of Northern Italy and there are some further south in the spine of the country
saggy balls in my mouth, a juicy ripe banana being peeled by my teeth and oral "ooh mumma ooh mumma"=Italy's farming. It is absolute bull and i would wipe my crack with it. Such bull should not be tolerated; Italy is a failing country and should be banned of the world and struck off because it is co…wpat(get the hint?).(This wikianswers is absolute crap and should be struck off aswell for letting me post this!) ( Full Answer )
this is just my opion but i always thought it was. they had the cutest skirts.
An airplane, bus, car, jet, boat, skis, walking, running, jogging, truck, yacht, or FLYING (via wings)
The goods they have in Italy is the past. The country makes afortune out of many tours from families to school trips.
During the middle ages. Rice pasta arrived at a later time to Italy from China.
Funky head kids! Following te legend, Italy takes is name from Italo, the king of atown-state in the far south of Italy. It was one of the many greekcolonies part of the so called "Magna Grecia".
The word "Italy" does appear in Romeo and Juliet in Act III Scene i when Mercutio says: "Come, come, thou art as hot a Jack in thy mood as any in Italy, and as soon moved to be moody, and as soon moody to be moved."
In 2001, 97.3% European/White 2.0% Maghreb Or Arabs 0.7% Other 96.8% EUROPEAN/WHITE -95.0% Italian -0.7% Former USSR -1.1% Other White (Notably: Moldovan, French, Germans and Portuguese) 2.2% MAGHREB OR ARAB -1.0% Albanian + Bosniaks -0.7% Maghreb -0.4% Arabs (Turkey, Middle …East, Pakistan, Afghanistan) -0.1% Other 1.0% OTHER -0.3% Latin American -0.3% Mixed Raced -0.3% Asian -0.1% Other ( Full Answer )
to sing, dance, gather around with friends and many other things. this is a place where most people gather around to enjoy not only the old music but also a new type of music as well as dancing and acting stadium for horse sports
leaning tower of pisa the roman colosseum sforza castle are some but there are more then that nebraska
The ancient history of Gelato began with the appearance of fundamental elements of refrigeration. It was during that period of time that more advanced recipes began to evolve. Prophet Mohammed is said to freeze down fruit juice by pouring it into a container with ice arround. It was named as "Sherba…t" by ancient Arabs. However, the concept first spread throughout Sicily And then found it's way into Southern Europe. ( Full Answer )
There was no real place of surrender. The Italian Government ousted Mussolini in July 1943 and tried to negotiate a peace with the Allies. After the Allied army landed at the "toe" of Italy the first week of September and they detected a naval invasion force headed towards Salerno, they agreed to su…rrender on 8 September 1943 . But it was too late. The Germans began occupying their country and fighting on their land. The war in Italy continued until May 2, 1945 when the GERMAN leaders signed a surrender. I think they met secretly in Switzerland to agree on a surrender. The formal signing was at Caseratta, the Headquarters of the Allies in Italy. ( Full Answer )
Bellagio in Italy is in the north of Italy. here is a map to halep show you. It is in Lake Como and is a small town in the middle of the upside down Y
The patron saints of Italy are: * Basillica of Saint Mary Major * Bernadine of Siena * Catherine of Siena * Francis of Assisi * Madonna of Saint Luke * Our Lady of Loreto * Our Lady of Perpetual Help * Our Lady of Pompeii * Our Lady of Tears * Our Lady of the Snow
It was a period in time, say l500-l600 not a place or region like Venice or Rome.
It is spelled Nice but pronounced (niece) it is a city in France near Monaco.
When Italy surrendered the Germans took over,the allied forces continued fighting in Italy and bombing campaigns also continued.There is a lot of folk history regarding the Italian resistance,much of it enhanced ,the one thing true about the results of the war in Italy is that it involved the oustin…g of the monarchy,of Mussolini and the strong alliance between Italy as a communist state and the USSR. Still today you find most towns in Italy twinned with ex communist areas of Europe and is one of the main reasons why Italy is not able to move forwards in the modern world as its unions are immersed in the old workers versus the employees mind-frame. restrictive work practice,low wages and overpaid,over powerful union representation have left Italy as a place to do business almost outside consideration. Add the position of its corruption,third in the world, and taxation highest in the world life in Italy does not look to bright today. ( Full Answer )