The history is that of many wonders along with how they live their life. In some aspects they are very close to how we live, yet they are completely different in another aspect. Italy is a very beautiful place. Italy has many large known cities. The main city and capital is Rome.
Among many places in the world where you can relive the past, Italy is certainly the most charming place. Italy capital is Rome located near Southern Europe in the Central Mediterranean Sea, Northeast of Tunisia. As of July 2003 Italy population is 57,998,353 (Italy, 2006). Italy consists of a mountainous peninsula in southern Europe extending into the Mediterranean Sea and includes the islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and about 70 other smaller islands. The Alps form Italy's border with France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia.
The impact that Italy has had on the rest of the world is profound than you may think. Rugged mountains, coastal lowlands and some plains define the Italian terrain. Italy, which has 7,600 kilometers of coastline, is a peninsula since the country juts into the Mediterranean Sea. It is located south of Austria and Switzerland, and borders France and Slovenia. The capital of Italy, Rome, is located almost at the geographic middle of the country, on the Western coast.
Italy’s capital is located at 41º53 N, 12º28 E in the Western region of Europe.The capital of Italy is Rome. Italy is bordered by France, Austria, Switzerland, and Slovenia. France borders Italy to the west, Austria borders Italy to the north east, Switzerland borders Italy to the north, and Slovenia borders Italy to the north east. Waterways surrounding Italy are the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Ligurian Sea to the west, the Mediterranean Sea to the south west, the Ionian sea to the south, and the Adriatic sea to the east. According to Country Meters, Italy’s population is 61,492,112 as of 2014.
“ Islands are also a part of Italy; Sicily in the south and Sardinia in the northwest” (Italy-Culture). “Italy is slightly larger than Arizona, it’s a long peninsula shaped like a boot” (Italy). “The weather is mostly 50s and 60s in January; som... ... middle of paper ... ...rld! Italy is beautiful and a wonderful place to visit with so many breathtaking scenes, including many ancient sites. It has a very interesting history, and very neat variety of cultures, religions, and languages.
A trip to Italy is the trip of a lifetime. From visiting the Coliseum on the cobble stone roads of Rome to sipping a steamy cappuccino and people watching in the piazzas of Florence, any corner of this country is a sight to behold. The rugged geography, centuries of foreign rule, and diverse population are all important factors that contribute to Italian society. These elements combined with Italy’s rich history unite to create a colorful modern culture. Geography Italy is located in south-central Europe, which juts out into the Mediterranean Sea (Italy 2).
Italy has a republic government. Up until the 1600s, Italy was considered the central place for western culture. It was also the starting point of the Roman Empire and the Roman Catholic Church. Italy also had numerous amounts of famous artists. In Ancient Rome, Italy was the center for all the arts, including sculpting and painting.
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Kamal Kamel Music Appreciation Elijah Holt November 13, 2017 Antonio Vivaldi Music is a blessing to humans. A well written piece of music can change anyone’s mood. That's what good composers are capable of doing. Speaking of composers, what comes to the mind is Antonio Vivaldi. Antonio Vivaldi is an Italian composer and violinist who left a decisive mark on the form of the concerto and the style of late Baroque instrumental music.
The Italian Peninsula is one of the three main peninsulas of the Southern part of Europe (and the other two peninsulas are the Iberian Peninsula and the Balkan Peninsula), each spread apart 1,000 km from the Po Valley in the north to the central Mediterranean Sea in the south. The peninsula has always been bordered by the Tyrrhenian Sea on the west, the Ionian Sea on the south, and the Adriatic Sea on the east. The inner part of the Apennine Peninsula contains the Apennine Mountains, from which it takes its own name, the northern part has very large plains and the coasts are all lined with cliffs. Diggings all over Italy reveal a modern human occurrence held back to what they called, the “Paleolithic period”, about 200,000 years ago. Back in about the 8th and 7th centuries BC Greek colonies were made all along the coast of Sicily and along the southern part of the peninsula of Italy.