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ItalyPatryk.K, Paul C, John A
Introduction The official country name is Republic of Italy . The capitol of Italy is Rome. The population is about 58,...
Geography of Italy The general weather in Italy is mostly showery. In the winter it is mostly hot and dry. In the alps ...
People of Italy The most famous sport in Italy is soccer. For jobs Italy’s people do something called being  an economic...
What People Eat In the morning the people of Italy eat cassata. For lunch in Italy they eat pizza/soup. For dinner they...
Interesting Facts The currency of Italy is called the Euro. A law is that students need to stay in school till 16  but h...
Bibliography "Italy." Peoples of Europe. Marshall Cavendish  Digital, 2012. Web. 10 October 2012.
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  1. 1. ItalyPatryk.K, Paul C, John A
  2. 2. Introduction The official country name is Republic of Italy . The capitol of Italy is Rome. The population is about 58,100,000. The official language is called Italian.
  3. 3. Geography of Italy The general weather in Italy is mostly showery. In the winter it is mostly hot and dry. In the alps of Italy it can be rainy in the summer. In the winter in the alps it can be cold.
  4. 4. People of Italy The most famous sport in Italy is soccer. For jobs Italy’s people do something called being an economic immigrant. Marriage is more popular in Italy than in any other place in Europe. In Italy about five million people live abroad
  5. 5. What People Eat In the morning the people of Italy eat cassata. For lunch in Italy they eat pizza/soup. For dinner they eat pizza. They also drink a lot of coffee.
  6. 6. Interesting Facts The currency of Italy is called the Euro. A law is that students need to stay in school till 16 but half of them still drop out. The national day of Italy is called the anniversary of the republic.
  7. 7. Bibliography "Italy." Peoples of Europe. Marshall Cavendish Digital, 2012. Web. 10 October 2012.

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