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1 LICEO STATALE G.MAZZINI SCIENTIFICO – LINGUISTICO – SCIENZE UMANE VIA SOLIMENA, 62 – NAPOLI

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3 Gianluca Gabriella

4 ITALY

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6 FOR HOSTING US THANK

7 Italy Position: South Europe ( mainland + 2 large islands small islands ) Size: over 300,000 sqr. kms. Population: 60,000,000

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9 Geographical features Mountains Plains Woodland & agricultural land 7,456 kms of coastline Lakes, rivers & waterfalls Volcanoes (several active) Natural hot spas Mountains Plains Woodland & agricultural land 7,456 kms of coastline Lakes, rivers & waterfalls Volcanoes (several active) Natural hot spas

10 TurinMilan VeronaVeniceGenoa

11 Bologna Pisa Florence Siena

12 Perugia RomeNaples Palermo

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15 The Capital --- ROME --- The Vatican with Pope Benedict XVI

16 Political Status Democratic Republic Central-Right wing government 20 Regions 109 Provinces Democratic Republic Central-Right wing government 20 Regions 109 Provinces

17 Giorgio Napolitano Silvio Berlusconi Head of StateHead of Government President Prime Minister

18 Italy became a Democratic Republic in 1946 after being defeated in World War II

19 1860/61 – 2010/11 Next year celebrates 150 th anniversary of the unification of Italy.

20 A few prominent Italians from the past and the present

21 Columbus Garibaldi Dante Michelangelo Verdi Mazzini Da Vinci

22 Enrico Fermi – Nobel Prize for Physics in 1938 Mussolini – dictator, founded the fascist movement Marconi – radio telegraph Galileo – scientist and astronomer Rita Levi Montalcini – Nobel Prize for medicine in 1986 Marco Polo – Explorer Volta - chemical battery

23 Totò Andrea Bocelli Gina Lollobrigida Marcello Mastroiani Adriano Celentano Maurizio Pollini Pavarotti Mina Laura Pausini Sophia Loren Pinocchio WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT

24 Vittorio De Sica – film director and actor Fellini – film director

25 Federica Pellegrini Fausto Coppi Francesco Totti Alberto Tomba Valentino Rossi S P O R T

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27 Italy a leader in: Fashion, design, gastronomy, wine, art, music and history

28 The world of fashion ArmaniDolce & Gabana Cavalli Donatell Versace Valentio Mr & Mrs Sarkozy

29 Our School

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31 Our school is co-educational provides an upper secondary education pupils are 13/14 – 18/19 years of age offers three courses of study: linguistic, scientific and social studies prepares pupils for university

32 Our school Location: Vomero – top part of Naples (residential & commercial area) Number of pupils: 800 Length of day: 8.00am pm + optional afternoon activities Number of days per week: 6 (Monday to Saturday) Holidays: 3 months summer, 2 weeks Xmas, 1 week Easter, 10 other days during school year Location: Vomero – top part of Naples (residential & commercial area) Number of pupils: 800 Length of day: 8.00am pm + optional afternoon activities Number of days per week: 6 (Monday to Saturday) Holidays: 3 months summer, 2 weeks Xmas, 1 week Easter, 10 other days during school year

33 Vomero – an area in the top part of Naples

34 Naples (Napoli) Regione Campania Naples

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36 A VIEW OF NAPLES FROM THE SEA

37 Spaccanapoli

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39 The miracle of San Gennaro the patron saint of naples

40 Three Islands in the Gulf of Naples Capri Procida Ischia

41 Two Volcanoes near Naples Vesuvius Solfatara Last eruption in 1944

42 Pompeii Herculaneum

43 Positano on the Amalfi Coast

44 Naples was founded in the 9 th century BC by the Greeks. It became part of the Roman Empire in the 4 th century BC. Most prominent forms of architecture are from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods. Very, very brief outline of the history of Naples.

45 Naples was the capital of the Kingdom of Naples ( ) and the capital of the Two Sicilies. It played an important role in the Unification of Italy. The historic centre of Naples is the largest in Europe and is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The historic centre of Naples is the largest in Europe and is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

46 There are so many beautiful things to see and explore in and around Naples...

47 ... But there are also some not so very nice sights – but no city is perfect!

48 Neapolitans are very superstitious and many of them carry charms to keep the Evil Eye Curse off them.

49 Food, food, glorious food! SEA FOOD

50 Good food is always a pleasure

51 Pasta

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53 Two traditional every-day cakes in Naples

54 We mustnt forget the coffee in Naples

55 Cakes for special occasions

56 Neapolitan...

57 FOLKLORE NEAPOLITAN

58 Neapolitan nativity scenes

59 Many words have been used to describe Naples and its people. Not always positive.

60 BEAUTIFUL BREATHTAKINGCHAOTICCHARMINGCHEERFULCRAFTYCREATIV ECROWDEDCURIOUSDIRTYDISORGANISEDEASYGOINGEGOISTI CENCHANTINGENJOYABLEEXAGGERATEDEXASPERATINGEXCITI NGEXPRESSIVEEXTROVERTFRIENDLYGENEROUSGOODFUNHEL PFULHOSPITABLEIGNORANTIMPATIENTINCAPABLEOFOBEYING RULESINDIFFERENTINDISCREETINGENIOUSINQUISITIVEINTELL IGENTINTERFERINGINTOLERABLEINVENTIVEIRRESISTIBLEIRRIT ATINGJEALOUSLAIDBACKLAZYLIMITEDLOUDLOVABLELOVELYM ESSYNICENOISYNOSEYOUTSTANDINGOVERPOWERINGPASSIO NATEPHYSICALPICTURESQUEPOETICPOSESSIVEPROUDPROVO CATIVEROMANTICRUDESELFCENTREDSOCIABLESPECTACULAR STUBBORNSTUNNINGSYMPATHETICTALKATIVETOLERANTTOU CHYUNDERDEVELOPEDUNDERSTANDINGUNDISCIPLINEDUNW ILLINGTRADITIONALUNBELIEVABLEUNCONTROLLABLEWILLIN G WONDERFUL

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62 We welcome you all to come and visit us in Naples. and Thank you for listening to us. THE END


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