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Italy By: Balpreet Cheema and
Divya Pillay All About Italy
(Background) Italy has a very few natural resources
which grow within the country.Italy is a
net food importer meaning that it gets
imported with various foods or products
such as oil, iron or coal.More then 80%
of energy sources are imported.There major
industries are electric goods, fashion,tourism,
clothing, and motor vehicles. Economy Top 4 Trading Partners
(Imports) And More About Economy... -Germany
-China
-France
-Netherlands Well, here is what they eat for breakfast. lunch, snacks, dinner and even dessert.
-For breakfast they don't eat typical food such as eggs or cereal but they do eat croissant, a cup of yogurt and a cup of tea or coffee.
-For snacks they would eat really thin sandwiches and a half cup of tea. Lunch they would eat Food -Lunch is the biggest meal of their day. Italians
usually take 3 hour lunch breaks!Pizzas are a common meal at lunch. Italian pizzas are very thin and have limited toppings. Italians nearly always eat vegetarian pizzas. Bread without butter and salads are also very common at lunch. Pastas are also common at lunchtime and the pasta is usually full of vegetables. More About Food The population in Italy is currently 60.6 million people. Population Top 4 Trading Partners
(Exports) -Germany
-France
-United States
-Spain The major exports include transpotation, equipment,food, metal products, and agriculture More Food???? -For dinner italians eat very
light meals. Such as veggies,
soups, light cheese and many
other varieties of food. - Sometimes if italians go to
a restaurant they would eat
pizza or pasta. -Italy's population is the fourth
largest population in the european
union. -Unlike spain, (47 million) -Romes (capitial city) population
is 2,761,477 Italians are very similar to us and here are some ways how... Culture Tourism There are many tourists attractions in Italy. -The Leaning Tower Of Pisa
(located in Pisa) -Colosseum
(Rome) -Italians wear clothing just like us but brighter.
They are very serious with there fashion styles
and how they dress.Women and men would
wear suits and fancy clothing.

-Italy's main language is italian.German,french,
and slovene are some of the languages spoken too.

-Italians celebrate Christmas and Easter just like us.
some even go to the church for celebrations like this. Foreign Aid Top 10 World Foreign Aids: - U.S (12.9 billion)
-Japan (9.2 billion)
- Germany (5.4 billion)
-France (5.2 billion)
-U.K ( 4.8 billion) -Netherlands (3.4 billion)
- Italy ( 2.3 billion)
-Canada ( 2.0 billion)
-Sweden (1.8 billion)
-Norway ( 1.8 billion) Did you know... -In the southern part of Italy,
there are 3 volcanoes that still
erupt every now and then. - The animal lynx is witnessed
to be seen in Italy. Keep your eyes open. Geography Italy is a mountainous place. The mountains in Italy start in the northern part of Italy and come down to the middle of Italy. Italy includes 2 large islands: Sicily and Sardinia. Sicily has many active volcanoes and receives many earthquakes.
The rest of Italy remains grassy. Thank You!
;) -Italians also do a cultural dance it is
similar to folk dancing
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