Italians go to church regularly, where they pray and share their traditions. Italians embrace any reason to get together with family. They celebrate most Christian holidays, including Christmas…

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Medici family, French Médicis, Italian bourgeois family that ruled Florence and, later, Tuscany during most of the period from 1434 to 1737, except for two brief intervals (from…

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In general, the poor ate more of foods low to the ground, such as turnips, garlic, onions and carrots, while nobility dined on “higher” foods such as artichokes,…

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Lunch meats, including deli cold cuts, bologna, and ham, make the unhealthy list because they contain lots of sodium and sometimes fat as well as some preservatives like…

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What can I eat at an Italian restaurant on a diet? Choosing a side salad instead of pasta, ordering grilled meat or seafood, and managing your portions can…

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By 1940, there were in the United States millions of native-born Italians who had become American citizens. There were also a great many Italian “enemy aliens”, more than…

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(i) Like Germany, Italy too had a long history of political fragmentation. (ii) Italians were scattered over several dynastic states as well as the multinational, Habsburg Empire. ……

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Yes, the driving distance between Naples to Rome is 225 km. It takes approximately 2h 11m to drive from Naples to Rome. Is Naples worth a day trip…

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In order to see the very best of Tuscany and to experience some of its stunning landscapes, it’s best to visit the region by car. On the other…

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There are currently 2.5 million foreign workers living in Italy, according to the report, 31% more than in 2010. Foreign workers are mainly men (56.3%) and seven in…

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