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Transcript of Italy
Language Arts People/Customs/Traditions Continent
Southern part of Europe
496.3 sq miles
France, Switzerland, Croatia, and Austria Florence, Milan, Boloqua, Naples... Climate and Weather
Native Plants and Animals
A white Lily and Poppy
A brown bear, wolves, and deers. Government & Business Type of Government
60 million people
Flag Symbolism Green (hope), white (faith), and red (charity). Current Events/Issues the prices increase Currency/Money Imports
food, machinery, metals, motor vehicles, petroleum, and textile.
beverages, chemicals, clothing, shoes, furniture, fruit, vegetables, machinery, and motor vehicles. Transportation Subway
taxi Language Italian Religion
Customs/Traditions June 2 The Early Feast
October 29 The Mask Festival Sports and Games
Football, sports cars, cycling, basketball, soccer, rugby, volleyball, winter and water sports.
Medicis, Marco Polo, Dante, Donatello, Aleberti, Botticlli, Columbus...
Music and Dance
Old fashion instrument
Opera greatest in the 1800s Interesting Facts Capital City
Major cities Venice is the only city in Europe that does not have transportation.
The Italians food are Pizza, pasta, and grapes are for wines. Euro 11 Canto degli Italiani
(The Chant of the Italian) National Anthem/Song Products or Goods Imports/Exports