As the traditional holiday of the Apostles St. Philip and James, May 1, had ... 1.1
Italy; 1.2 Malta; 1.3 Spain; 1.4 The Philippines; 1.5 United States of America.
Dec 26, 2014 ... As a follow-up to our previous article on the Italian holidays, let's see how Italians
like to celebrate them: you never know, some of their habits ...
Many of the most popular Italian holidays are shared with all the western world, ...
Day, the second, are associated strongly with Catholic tradition and belief.
Italian holidays are comprised of some of the common international ones--like ...
In Italian tradition, the Befana is the one who brings gifts on January 6th.
language tattoos have a certain cachet - many people don't know what they say, lending the tattoo a certain sophistication or flair. But that's the point. Many people, including the tattoo artist, don't understand what the tattoo says, and a simple slip of the... More »
Italian holidays, festivals, and feast days reflect Italian culture, history, and
religious practices. Some Italian ... Culture and Traditions · Festivals / Holidays ...
Jan 4, 2014 ... Local holidays in traditions in Italy's biggest cities: Although there are a lot of
national holidays on the Italian calendar, they're not the only times ...
Traditions, rituals, and customs practiced by Italians during the Christmas
Christmas, as it is celebrated in Italy, has two origins: the familiar traditions of
Christianity blended with the pagan traditions predating the Christmas era.
Natale, or Christmas, is one of Italy's most beloved holidays, where each region
celebrates 3 meals with its own line-up of traditional dishes. Take a peek into ...