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Italian
   is an official language of   
Italy
The Tuscan dialect was the basis for Italy's official language.
Italian
   is an official language of   
Switzerland
Italian
   is an official language of   
San Marino
Italian
   is an official language of   
Vatican City
Gennaro's Italian Year
   was written by   
Gennaro Contaldo
Italian
   for "I Love You" is   
Ti Amo
Asti Spumate
   is described as   
Italian Sparkling White Wine
Barolo
   is described as   
A Rich Italian Red Wine from Piedmont
Art of Noise
   are named after   
A Manifesto by Italian Futurist, Luigi Russolo
“The Art of Noises” (1913)
Carmine Lombardozzi
   has the nickname   
The Italian Meyer Lansky
Giorgio Armani
   is   
Italian
In 2001 Forbes named Armani to be the world most successful Designer.
Roberto Capucci
   is   
Italian
Known for his outrageous and unique constructed outfits.
Roberto Cavalli
   is   
Italian
Known for his extensive use of animal prints and wild cuts in his designs
Dolce & Gabbana
   is   
Italian
High end Fashion House
Gucci
   is   
Italian
High end Fashion House specializing in Iconic fashion and leather goods
Miuccia Prada
   is   
Italian
One of the worlds most famous and leading Designers in the world.
Donatella Versace
   is   
Italian
Versace Brand is High end Fashion and Style all over the world. This can be accredited to Donatella’s brilliance in getting the name Versace back on the map.
Nina Ricci
   is   
Italian
By birth. Moved to France as a young girl. Created her own designing house in 1932. One of French fashions most noted designer houses.
Prosciutto, Risotto, Gnocchi, Pandoro
   are all   
Italian Foods
Kabuki, Commedia Dell’Arte, Noh
   are all   
Japanese & Italian Traditional Theater
Bertolucci, Fellini, Antonioni
   are all   
Italian Film Directors
St. Peter’s, St. Mark’s, Duomo of Firenze
   are all   
Italian Cathedrals
Messner, Vespucci, Polo, Columbus,
   are all   
Italian Explorers
Viotti, Salieri, Bellini
   are all   
Italian Composers
Rialto, Sighs, Ponte Vecchio
   are all   
Italian Bridges
Ischia, Murano, Elba
   are all   
Italian Islands
The Last Known Explosion of Vesuvius, the Italian Volcano That Destroyed Pompeii, Occurred when It Buried the Ancient City
   is   
False
Vesuvius is still active today
The Italian Job (2003)
   starred   
Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron and Edward Norton
Director: F. Gary Gray. Also starred Seth Green, Jason Statham and Mos Def
Courate
   is described as a   
Quick Italian Baroque Dance Involving Running Steps
Tarantella
   is described as a   
Fast Violent Italian Folk Dance
Asiago, Burrata, Fontina, Mascarpone, Pecorino
   are all   
Italian Cheeses
Beba, Ichnusa, Moretti, Peroni
   are all   
Italian Beers
Italian €2
   has   
A Portrait of Dante Alighieri
Drawn by Raphaël, housed in the Pope Julius II Wing of the Vatican Palace
Italian 50c
   has   
The Statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius on Horseback
The Italian Job (1969)
   has the tagline   
This is the Self Preservation Society
An Italian Spinone Kooikerhondje
   is classed as a   
Gundog
Italian
   for 'thank you ' is   
Grazie
One of Napoleon's Drinking Cups Was Made from the Skull of the Italian Adventurer Cagliostro.
   is   
True
Onion
   has a variety named   
Cipolline or Italian Pearl
Pearl onions with a saucer-like shape. Like other Pearl Onions, they are a beautiful addition to a dish when cooked and served whole.
Kelsey Grammer
   was in the episode   
The Italian Bob
As Sideshow Bob
Nemo's Italian Restaurant
   is a fictional company in   
Everybody Loves Raymond
Eddie
   is a character in the song   
"Scenes From An Italian Restaurant"
Billy Joel
Italian Heavy Draft
   originated in   
Italy
Italian Peninsula
   is located in   
Europe
Italian Peninsula
   is located in   
Italy
Marcello Mastrioianni
   won the Golden Globe for   
Divorce, Italian Style
Best Actor - Musical or Comedy, 1962
Niger Uranium
   was perpetrated by   
Italian Military Intelligence
Forgeries that played a big part in the initial invasion of Iraq in 2003. The papers supposedly provided evidence that Sadaam Hussein was looking to build weapons of mass destruction.
Italy
   has the national animal   
Italian Wolf
Luigi Risotto
   is   
An Italian Restaurant Proprietor
1922
   was the year   
Benito Mussolini Became Italian Prime Minister






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