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On the Italian flag the 3 colours all mean something
Green means Hills
White means mountains
Red means Blood
Italians are very fond of their flag because it is part of
September marks the end of the holiday season in Italy.
Children go to school from the age of 6 to 16. Their
education system is divided into 5 stages:
Lower secondary school
Upper secondary school
School lessons start during the second week of
September and finish around the second week of June.
Italy is mostly known for its amazing tourist attractions
but its also known for its delicious food such as: Pizza,
pasta, lasagna and Gelato(ice-cream)
Italians are warm and welcoming people who love to
relax and spend time with family and friends. Family is
very important to the Italian people. Most children tend
to stay with their parents untill adulthood. Most adults
tend to have between only 1 to 2 children, because
they say that this is enough.
Italians traditional clothes would definitely catch your eye.
Girls usually wear long dresses and an apron over the
front. Boys wear a waistcoat type jacket, white shirt and
boots designed for men, and sometimes a hat. These type
of clothes are only worn for special occasions, every other
day they would wear the same type of clothes we would.
The Italian Folk Dance is the traditional dance of Italy.
People believe that the dance helps to cure sickness. It is
unlucky to dance the tarantella (the folk dance) alone so it
is often danced by couples or by 2 women.
Some of the names you would hear in Italy are not the
type of names you would hear everyday. They are
unusual but nice.
Girl names: Boys names:
Hi = ciao
Yes = si
No = no
See you soon = A presto
Happy birthday = Buon compleanno
Have a nice day = Buona giornata
5 Five Facts You
Didn’t Know about Italy
1.Italy is slightly larger than Arizona
2.Almost 20% of Italy’s population is over 65 years old
3.Italy is beside Austria, France, The Vatican city,
Slovenia and Switzerland.
4. The average person in Italy makes at least $26,700
per year but more wealthier people make at least
$40,000 per year.
5. The longest river in Italy is the Po.