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Italy
Capital: Rome
Population: 60,795,612
Conventional Name: Italian Republic
Chief of State: President Sergio Mattarella
Head of State: Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
National Anthem: Il Canto degli Italiani (The Song of the Italians) - also known as "L'Inno di Mameli" (Mameli's Hymn), and "Fratelli D'Italia" (Brothers of Italy)
Lyrics/Music: Goffredo Mameli/Michele Novaro
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Italy Travel Information and Travel Guide
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Nov 22, 2016 ... Want to know some weird and wonderful things about Europe's boot? Then read our top fun facts about Italy.

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In my Italy Facts for Kids you will find plenty of facts about the Italy and ... Here are some interesting Italy Facts which were chosen and researched by kids ...

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Italy is a fascinating place; a vacation in Italy can be packed with interesting things to do and see without every running out of activities or.

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Fun Country Facts for Kids ... Italy is officially known as the Italian Republic. ... Countries that border Italy are Austria, France, Vatican City, San Marino, and ...

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Jul 19, 2016 ... Here are 25 Kickass and Interesting Facts About Italy. 1-5 Interesting Facts About Italy 1. Due to a Gypsy crime wave, city officials in Milan.

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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  ...