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Italians celebrate many holidays, including international, national and religious holidays. The major holidays include New Year's Day (January 1), Epiphany (January 6), Easter/Liberation Day (April 25), Labor Day (May 1)... More »

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Halloween is not recognized as a federal or national holiday in the United States. However, the federal government does acknowledge it as a recognized American holiday. More »

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The United States Congress declared Nov. 11 Armistice Day on May 13, 1938. This national holiday was made to commemorate the end of World War I on Nov. 11, 1918, and it was dedicated to world peace and honoring the soldi... More »

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Many websites, including SummitPost.org and Dolomites.org, feature a map of the Dolomites Mountains. The maps, which are available for free, offer interactive route planning and other mountain climbing-related informatio... More »

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Written by William Shakespeare between 1591 and 1597, “Romeo and Juliet” takes place in the cities of Verona and Mantua. The majority of the play is set in Verona because that is where the Montagues and Capulets live. In... More »

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Some of the most important Italian ports include Naples at the Thyrennian Sea, Genoa in Northern Italy, and the Port of Gioia Tauro in Southern Italy. Being a peninsula, Italy is home to dozens of seaports which form an ... More »

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Italy has a varied climate, including a harsh climate in northern Italy, a milder climate in central and southern Italy. Italy typically faces thunderstorms in fall moving into a rainy winter. More »

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