Ayoub Laissouf
Italy
The outline
Formal name
The Capital of Italy
Italian National Holidays
Italy's Government
Which Countries Border Ital...
The formal name
 The term Italian was taken from Oscan Víteliú which
means the land of young cattle
Rome is the capital of Italy and it is largest city. Today, about
2,656,000 people live in Rome.
Italian National Holidays
Date English Name

1 January New Year's Day
6 January Epiphany
Monday after Easter Easter M...
Italy's Government
President
Prime Minister and Cabinet
Parliament
Courts
Which Countries Border Italy?
France
Switzerland
Austria
Slovenia & Croatia
Population
The population of Italy in 2000 is 58,837,000
The population of Italy in 2012 is 60,773,881
Italy's largest cities are Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin, and Palermo.
Florence, Genoa, and Bologna are other important citie...
Ethnic groups
Italian 96%
 North African Arab 0.9%
 Italo-Albanian 0.8%
Religion in Italy
According to a 2011 survey:
77% of the Italians are Christians
 15% are irreligious
A few Facts About Italy
Electricity and battery: invented in 1800 by
Alessandro Volta
The Italian peninsula became a uni...
The current events
1. Pope Benedict XVI will resign at the end of this
month after nearly eight years as the head of the
...
Benedict XVI will become the first pontiff to resign in
almost 600 years when he steps down on Feb.28.
Italy Elections 2013: A Tycoon, A Professor,
A Politician, And A Comedian
Beppe Grillo
Silvio
Berluscon
, Mario Monti Pier...
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  1. 1. Ayoub Laissouf
  2. 2. Italy
  3. 3. The outline Formal name The Capital of Italy Italian National Holidays Italy's Government Which Countries Border Italy? Population  A few Facts About Italy The current event
  4. 4. The formal name  The term Italian was taken from Oscan Víteliú which means the land of young cattle
  5. 5. Rome is the capital of Italy and it is largest city. Today, about 2,656,000 people live in Rome.
  6. 6. Italian National Holidays Date English Name  1 January New Year's Day 6 January Epiphany Monday after Easter Easter Monday 25 April Liberation Day
  7. 7. Italy's Government President Prime Minister and Cabinet Parliament Courts
  8. 8. Which Countries Border Italy? France Switzerland Austria Slovenia & Croatia
  9. 9. Population The population of Italy in 2000 is 58,837,000 The population of Italy in 2012 is 60,773,881
  10. 10. Italy's largest cities are Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin, and Palermo. Florence, Genoa, and Bologna are other important cities. Rome, Italy Venice, Italy
  11. 11. Ethnic groups Italian 96%  North African Arab 0.9%  Italo-Albanian 0.8%
  12. 12. Religion in Italy According to a 2011 survey: 77% of the Italians are Christians  15% are irreligious
  13. 13. A few Facts About Italy Electricity and battery: invented in 1800 by Alessandro Volta The Italian peninsula became a united nation in 1861, after 2 wars for independence. In Italy lie 70% of the Unesco Heritage World Sites
  14. 14. The current events 1. Pope Benedict XVI will resign at the end of this month after nearly eight years as the head of the Catholic Church, saying he is too old to continue at the age of 85 2. Italy Elections 2013: A Tycoon, A Professor, A Politician, And A Comedian
  15. 15. Benedict XVI will become the first pontiff to resign in almost 600 years when he steps down on Feb.28.
  16. 16. Italy Elections 2013: A Tycoon, A Professor, A Politician, And A Comedian Beppe Grillo Silvio Berluscon , Mario Monti Pier Luigi Bersan

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