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Italy Introduction to Italian history and geology Dr. Montoneri

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Outline Introduction Part I. Geology a. General data b. Real urban communities Part II. History a. Antiquated history b. Present day Italy Conclusion References Dr. Montoneri

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Introduction Italy (Italian Italia ), republic in southern Europe It includes, notwithstanding the Italian terrain, the islands of Elba, Sardinia, and Sicily, and numerous lesser islands Enclaves inside territory Italy are the free nations of San Marino and Vatican City The range of Italy is 301,323 sq km One of the most went to nations for its lovely scenes, awesome engineering and rich history Dr. Montoneri

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Part I. Topography Dr. Montoneri

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a. General data Shaped much like a boot, the Italian Peninsula develops for the most part southeast into the Mediterranean Sea 33% of the aggregate area surface of Italy is made of fields On the northern wildernesses are the Alps (most noteworthy pinnacle: Monte Rosa 4,634 m) Three acclaimed spring of gushing lava Mount Etna 3,323 m, Stromboli and Vesuvius Member of the G7 (the seven most industrialized nations) Major ventures: tourism, building, materials, chemicals, nourishment handling, engine vehicles, attire & footwear Dr. Montoneri

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b. Real urban communities The 2002 assessed Italian populace is 57,715,625 The capital and biggest city of Italy is Rome (populace, 2000 evaluation, 2,644,000) Milan (1,301,000), an imperative assembling, money related, and business city Turin (904,000), a transportation intersection and major mechanical city Genoa (636,000), the main port in Italy and a noteworthy exchange and business focus Florence (377,000), a social, business, transportation, and modern focus Palermo (684,000), the capital and boss seaport of Sicily Dr. Montoneri

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Part II. History Three majors periods: Ancient Rome, the Renaissance and contemporary Italy A rich and old culture that affected all the Western world A colossal number of celebrated specialists and masterminds like Da Vinci, Michelangelo , Dante, Puccini and Galileo Dr. Montoneri

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a. Antiquated history 753 Foundation of Rome by Romulus and Remus. 753-509 Kingdom . Romulus first ruler 509-27 Republic 44 Caesar murdered by Senators 30 Cleopatra slaughtered herself. Egypt turns into a Roman region 27 BC-476 AD Empire (first sovereign: Augustus) c.79 Vesuvius emits in Pompeii 116 - 17 Roman realm achieves its most noteworthy degree, under Emperor Trajan (98-117) 330 New city of Constantinople (now Istanbul) initiated nearby of old Greek city of Byzantium in European Turkey 391 Christianity official religion of the Roman Empire 476 Fall of the Roman domain Dr. Montoneri

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b. Advanced Italy 800 Pope crowns Charlemagne ruler of Rome 1020 Rome, Florence and Venice, get to be city states 1072 - 91 Norman armed forces vanquish Sicily c. 1254 Explorer Marco Polo conceived in Venice 1478 - 92 Rule of Renaissance craftsmanship supporter, Lorenzo de\' Medici 1506 - 1612 Construction of basilica of St Peter\'s in Rome 1519 Death of Italian Renaissance craftsman Leonardo da Vinci 1796 Napoleon Bonaparte, later Napoleon I, attacked Italy 1861 the kingdom of Italy broadcasted; unification 1922 Mussolini gets to be PM; tyrant from 1925 1946 Italy turned into a republic 2001 Berlusconi Prime Minister Dr. Montoneri

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Conclusion In May 1999 previous PM Carlo Ciampi was chosen president For hundreds of years, all the Mediterranean ruled by Rome, with a solitary authority dialect, Latin, and a solitary coin Now, Italy, one of the main nations in the EU, received the Euro in 2002 In 2004, 10 more nations from Eastern Europe will join the European Union Dr. Montoneri

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References http://encarta.msn.com http://www.cnn.com/TRAVEL/atevo/city/Rome/intro.html http://www.lonelyplanet.com/goals/europe/italy http://ww2.webcomp.com/virtuale/us/roma/movie.htm Dr. Montoneri

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