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Italy

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Transcript of Italy

1984
Italy
FLAG
Politcal Map
Physical Map
Capital
Rome
Languages
Italian, German, French, Slovene
POPULATION
60.92 million
2.013 USD
Economy
Italy now has an active market economy
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Natural Resources
Coal, mercury, zinc, potash, marble, barite, asbestos, pumice, fluorspar, feldspar, pyrite (sulfur), natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, arable land.
GDP
Important Events
1789
The French Revolution
1804
Napoleon declared himself the emperor of Italy
1814
Napoleon gave up his throne and Italy was broken up into small kingdoms
By: Henry Quigley and Reagan Hellewell
1820's to 50's
Venice, Rome and Tuscany declare themselves Republics
1849
Austria regains control over most of Italy
1911
Italy defeats the Ottoman Empire
1914
World War I
1915
On the side of the Allies, Italy joins the war
1918
The allies win world war I
1925
Benito Mussolini becomes the dictator of Italy
1936
Mussolini and Hitler sign an agreement known as the Roman-Berlin Axis
1939
Mussolini sides with Hitler and Fascist Germany and
Italy conquers Albania
1940-43
Italy enters World War II and sides with Germany
In 1943 Italy's dictator Benito Mussolini is forced to resign.

1945
Mussolini was shot
August- In Hiroshima and Nagasaki the US dropped atomic bombs, ending World War II
1946
June 10- Italy Creates a democratic republic and terminates the monarchy
Colosseum
The Pantheon
St Peter's Basilica
Leaning Tower of Pisa
Duomo Florence
New York Times said, "Smugglers left 150 Syrians adrift with a satellite phone and an emergency number in Italy. Save us, they pleaded before the phone went dead. We are lost."
Current Event
A Rescue at Sea
Culture
The main religion is Italy is Roman Catholic
Religion
Traditional Italian Clothing
800-600 B.C.
In Italy, Greeks, Etruscans and others settle.
753 B.C.
Holidays
Capodanno (New Year's Day)
Festa della Repubblica (Republic Day)
Ognissanti (All Saints Day)
Natale (Christmas)
Il Giorno dei Morti (Day of the Dead)
EU Involvement
Italy is one of the Inner Six of the European Community in 1957 which became the European Union in 1993.
Italy uses the Euro.
History and Politics
Sources
Catholicism is no longer Italy's formal state religion.
Billionaire Silvio Berlusconi returns to power as prime minister. He begins a third term.
2008
Rome is founded. This marks the beginning of the Roman Empire.
509 B.C.
The monarchy is overthrown, and Rome becomes a republic. From 46 to 44 B.C., Julius Caesar rules as dictator.
27 B.C.
1200-1600 A.D.
Rome, Florence and Venice progress during the Renaissance.
Italy gets it's first emperor of the Roman Empire named Agustus.
Modern Day Clothing
Clothing
Italian Monuments
Significant Figures
Emperor Nero
Christopher Columbus
Julius Ceasar
Food
Drink
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