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Italian tourist and tourist attractions

Italian tourist and tourist attractions

In general, Italy has a temperate and Mediterranean climate due to its special geographical location. Thanks to the geographical expanse of the Italian peninsula, which is mainly mountainous inland, there is a diverse and pleasant climate. In most parts of the North and Central, the climate is semi-temperate and humid, sometimes with cold winters and hot summers. The majority of the population is Catholic, but Protestants, Jews, and Muslims (mostly). They are immigrants) and live in this country. Eighty-seven percent of Italy's population is Catholic.

Today, Italy is a developed country and one of the eight industrialized nations. The most important industries in the country are metalworking, machinery, chemical, vehicles, food and beverage, textiles and clothing, aircraft, shipbuilding, petrochemical, electrical, nuclear and warfare. Wheat, barley, potatoes, sugar beets, apples, corn, rice, grapes, fish, cattle and pigs are also the country's most important agricultural and livestock products.

Italian cities:
ROME:
The first tourist destinations in Europe are the ancient city of the Roman Empire, the city of statues and the city of churches. Michelangelo and Da Vinci. Visiting the city of Rome is one of the world's largest roofless museums. The world is known for its millennial history, Italian culture, warm-hearted people, pizza and pasta, ice cream and vendors, and its churches. The constant presence of tourists and ancient civilizations has given this city the title of an eternal city in the world. Rome is beautiful, lively and nestled. And because of the good weather, it is full of tourists in every season of the year.

Venice:
The city is located on the water in northern Italy and in the middle of the Adriatic Sea. Many parts of Venice are really submerged in water, and the doors of many homes open to boats parked next to walls that are submerged in water. The city has no streets, highways or cars. In the city's main canals, large passenger boats, such as subways and city buses, move passengers from station to station. Venice is also known around the world for its traditional boats. The boats are named after Gondola and use everything from weddings to mourning.

Milan:
Milan is a city of fashion and design and music, a city of business and a city of football. Milan is the second largest city in Italy. It is a combination of new and old Italy. The city is the business and economic heart of Italy, and although there are no orange roofs or Italian houses in its architecture, there is a subtlety, beauty, and vibrancy beneath the city's skin that will soon show itself. Milan is a vibrant city that evokes the ultimate in emotion. His nights are very lively and sleepless. Milan is a paradise for shopping, art, sports, fashion and designers, and a city of choices. Milan is a spectacular year for all four seasons. Spring and autumn have milder and better weather.

Florence:
Florence is the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, the city of Julius Caesar and Dante, the city of art and architecture and sculpture. Florence affects everyone. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and the capital of Italian art. The city looks small in terms of area, but its history, culture and art are vast, amazing and old-fashioned; like Rome, it remains a spectacular museum and will amaze you everywhere in the city. The enthusiasm of the people and countless tourists from all over the world has injected a unique spirit into the beauties of the city. Florence is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Italian tourist attractions:
Colosseum:
This oval amphitheater is the largest amphitheater of its kind in the ancient Roman Empire in central Rome. The number of rows of seats is fifty thousand and it has 80 entrance doors. The word Closeum, meaning "great place," is another name for the Italian-language Flavian Amphitheater.

Roman Catholic Church:
It is one of the three main branches of Christianity. The church defines its program based on the spread of the gospel of Christ, church management, and charity. The church also runs social programs and Christian institutions, including Catholic schools, universities, hospitals, shelters, etc. that promote Christianity. They also provide services to people in need.

Fontana Troyagar:
You are going to Rome for the first time, according to Italian legends, you have to put a coin in the Trevi Fountain (Lovers' Fountain or Fontana di Troy), then you will return to the city. The fountain displays beautiful nights mixed with unique light and music.

Pizza Tower:
The world's most interesting and oldest tower, 85 meters long and weighing 14,500 tons, was built during the Renaissance in Pisa, Tucson, Italy. The purpose of building this tower was to place a large clock on top of it, but this building deviated some time after its construction and is now standing in the same way.

It should be noted that the deviation of this tower increases every year. Although the Leaning Tower of Pisa is not the only crooked tower in the world, it is the most famous in the world. The tower tilts 2.5 centimeters toward the ground each year and is likely to collapse in another 80 years.

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