Italy was home to many well-known and influential civilizations, including the
Etruscans, Samnites and the Romans, while also hosting colonies from important
“Italy, and the spring and first love, all together should suffice to make the
gloomiest person happy.” In this one sentence, Bertrand Russel has rightly
Aug 5, 2013 ... Italian rivers aren't as long or easily navigated as those in the rest of ..... Lipari
and Stromboli, known as the Mediterranean's Lighthouse for its ...
Here are some interesting facts that you might not know about Italy, ... Famous
Italian explorers include Christopher Columbus, Marco Polo, John Cabot, and ...
Jan 29, 2015 ... Italians are known for their family-centric culture, and there are a number of small
and mid-sized businesses. Even many of the larger ...
Rome, Italy, is one of the oldest cities in the world and features some of the most
famous attractions in all of Europe. Visitors from all corners of the planet travel to
The highest mountain of Italy can be found in the Alps. It is the Monte Bianco,
better known as Mont Blanc, which is 4,807m. There are many long and deep
Italy is home to the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites – more than
... The national sport of Italy is soccer (known as football outside of America).
Milan is famous for its high fashion and the typical Italian pizza but even Tyra
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Oct 24, 2012 ... Italy. It's the birthplace of the Mafia, Vespa and pasta. Hey, that sorta rhymes! ;). I'
m kidding, most people would think of something like Venice ...