What Is Italy Famous for?

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Italy is famous for its fine food and for being the largest producer of fine wine in the world. The country is also famous for its elegance, music (notably Opera), culture, art and several monuments, which include the leaning tower of Pisa and the Roman Colosseum.
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When the average American thinks of Italian food, the first things that might come to mind are pizza or spaghetti. The truth is, neither of those images represents the real food of
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ummm pizza and pasta, for sure...and maybe the leaning tower of pitza(or however u spell it) no its also its spagette mmmm i cantaste it
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Pizza originated in Naples, Italy. Pizza, as we know it, is credited to one
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Italy is famous for many things! Food, art, Roman Empire, architecture, the Pope, Renaissance, wine.
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Italy, also officially known as the Italian Republic, is a country located in south-central Europe. The country is famous for their foods like pizza, wine, pasta, cheese and gelato. The country is also well known for the famous Italian explorers like Christopher Columbus, Marco Polo, John Cabot and Amerigo Vespucci.
Italy is a European country rich in tradition and history and most famous for beautiful art. Some renowned artists from Italy are Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Botticelli. Italy is also famous for pizza, pasta and wine.
Italy is famous for its delicious food, the city of Rome and the city of Venice. Included in these attractions are the Colosseum and many beautiful churches.
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