FC: By Jessica Consiglio | Italy
1: Much of Italy is covered in mountains & water. But there are roads. They are very narrow in width, some of them are even rocks & pebbles instead of concrete.
2: Italy had many different kinds of foods like Fruits, vegetables, grapes, potatoes, sugar beets, soybeans, grain, olives, beef, dairy products, fish. & they use a lot of herbs & spices.
3: MAJOR INDUSTIES IN ITALY : Italian General Confederation of Labor Union of Italian Labor Italian Confederation of Workers’ Trade Unions
4: Italy is 116,000 square miles. It has a population of 58 million people. | SPECIAL HOLIDAYS!! [ :
5: Christmas: New Years: Easter: Thanksgiving: All Saints Day: | Buon Natale Capodanno Buona Pasqua santo patrono Ognissanti | And Many More!!
6: The Country is mainly Roman Catholics.
7: A Republic Government.
8: Family is very important to Italians. They are very close to each other.
9: Costoms, Trditions & Beliefs... | -Do not give red flowers as they indicate secrecy. - Do not give yellow flowers as they indicate jealousy -Greetings are enthusiastic yet rather formal. - Do not give chrysanthemums as they are used at funerals. | - Do not wrap gifts in black, as is traditionally a mourning color. -Do not wrap gifts in purple, as it is a symbol of bad luck. - Table Manners. -Only bring vintage wine to a party if you want to bring wine.
10: Italy's warm, Mediterranean climate is best suited to growing crops both early and late in the year. Very little land in Italy is fertile enough to sustain crops, and then only 20% of that land is level. | Much of Italy is covered in mountains.
11: The Northern part of Italy has hot summers and cold winter, although the temperature rarely drops below freezing during the daytime.
12: Agriculture Products :
13: Fruits, vegetables, grapes, potatoes, sugar beets, soybeans, grain, olives; beef, dairy products; fish.