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  Italy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Also belonging to the republic is the commune of Campione d'Italia, an enclave in the territory of the Italian Switzerland.
Italian was spoken by a small part of the population while the rest spoke local dialects which were mutually incomprehensible.
The republic won with a 9% margin; the north of Italy voted prevalently for a republic, the south for the monarchy.
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 Italy - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
After Magna Graecia, the Etruscan civilization and especially the Roman Republic and Empire that dominated this part of the world for many centuries, Italy was central to European philosophy, science and art during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
The architects of Italian unification were Count Camillo Benso di Cavour, the Chief Minister of Victor Emmanuel, and Giuseppe Garibaldi, a general and national hero.
Given the variation in Italian language throughout the peninsula, it was quickly establised that 'proper' or 'standard' Italian would be based on the Florentine dialect spoken in most of Tuscany (given that it was the first region to produce authors such as Dante Alighieri, who in 1291 wrote the Divina Commedia).
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 Italy
The Italian Republic or Italy (Italian: Repubblica Italiana or Italia) is a country in Southern Europe.
The architects of Italian unification were Count Camillo Benso di Cavour, the Chief Minister of Victor Emmanuel, Giuseppe Garibaldi, a general and national hero, and Giuseppe Mazzini, a political visionary and leader of the radical democratic faction in the movement for Italian unificatication (Risorgimento).
On June 2, 1946, a referendum on the monarchy resulted in the establishment of the Italian republic, which led to the adoption of a new constitution on January 1, 1948.
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 List of Presidents of the Italian Republic - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This is the list of Presidents of the Italian Republic with the title Presidente della Repubblica since 1948.
Did not want to be called President of the Italian Republic, only Temporary Chief of State, as he had not been elected by the Republican Parliament that would to be first elected in 1948.
The Quirinal Palace (known in Italian as the Quirinale) in Rome is the official residence of the President of the Italian Republic.
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 ITALY NEWS ITALIAN NEWS | HavenWorks.com/world/italy capital: Rome, Italian Republic, Repubblica Italiana, Kingdom of ...
This was the first indication that the Italian government may have helped American intelligence agents detain the imam, who was then sent to Egypt, where his relatives claim he was tortured while being interrogated."...
Explosion at Italian base in southern Iraq kills at least 14 Italians and eight Iraqis.
"Italian officials said Iraqis also died; a spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition said at least eight Iraqis were also killed."...
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 Italian In Italy - Lynk Italy's Best Italian In Italy Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Italian Republic or Italy (Italian: Italia) is a country in the south of Europe, consisting mainly of a boot-shaped peninsula together with two large islands in the Mediterranean Sea: Sicily and...
Italian Courses in Italy - Tandem Italian Schools in Italy: Florence, Rome a...
Italiano in Italia - Italian in Italy - Italienisch in Italien
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