Italy Facts: did you know that... With 61 million inhabitants, Italy is the 5th most
populous country in Europe?
In my Italy Facts for Kids you will find plenty of facts about the Italy and Italians
which kids want to know about. Enjoy to explore Italy through children's eyes.
Here are some interesting facts that you might not know about Italy, its people,
and its history: Rome is further North than New York City. New York City is about
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May 14, 2009 ... Random Italy facts, including traditions and customs, its role in world history, and
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Italy is a fascinating place; a vacation in Italy can be packed with interesting ...
Keep the following interesting facts in mind if you visit the boot-shaped country.
Italy Facts for Kids. Learn some interesting information about Italy while enjoying
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Mar 17, 2014 ... Fifteen fun facts about Italy to make your family trip more interesting and
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50 Italy Fun Facts. 1. Italy has three active volcanoes: Vesuvius, Etna, and
Stromboli. 2. Italy is often called the Bel Paese, which mean beautiful country. 3.
The name "Italy" comes from Greek "italos", which means calf. It was originally
given to the region of Calabria by Greek settlers in the 8th century BCE, and was