Presentation on theme: "A place filled with olive oil, pasta, wine, mafia, sunshine, Romans, gorgeous green trees, and beautiful renaissance palaces. With Victoria DeSimone."— Presentation transcript:
A place filled with olive oil, pasta, wine, mafia, sunshine, Romans, gorgeous green trees, and beautiful renaissance palaces. With Victoria DeSimone
The Pisa cathedral and the leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy. On December 29, 2005
-Rome is the capital of Italy. -Has the fifth highest population in Europe, with about 200 people per square kilometer. -Democratic republic since June 2, 1946 For Your Info…
In the city of ……………… Florence, Italy Brunelleschi’s Dome
City of Florence at sunset
With the variety of pastas you can taste in Italy, you can go to many different places and eat pasta everyday for a year straight without repeating the same dish.
Culture and Religion Though many Italians are Christian, every town or village has at least one Catholic church. When visiting a house of worship in Italy, you should probably avoid wearing shorts, short skirts or skimpy tops, although you’re rarely asked to leave. At St. Peter’s in Rome, women must cover their shoulders, as it is not polite for women to show their shoulders and much skin.