History Of Italy

This work that we are going to expose is about the History


The Italian culture is the set of the cultural manifestations produced in Italian territory. Italy is recognized by its art, its culture and its numerous monuments, such us the Tower of Pisa and the Roman Coliseum, as well as by its gastronomy (Italian famous plates are pizza and pasta), its wine, its way of life, its painting, its design, cinema, theatre, literature and music, especially the opera. All that has created a considerable italofilia in the world.


Italian literature is written in the Italian language, particularly within Italy. It may also refer to literature written by italians or in Italy in other languages spoken in Italy, often languages that are closely related to modern Italian. An early example of Italian literature is the tradition of vernacular lyric poetry performed in Occitan, which reached Italy by the end of the 12th century. In 1230, the Sicilian School is notable for being the first style in standard Italian.


The music of Italy is distinguished as a special musical genre in the country. The opera is recognized as the highest expression of the culture of this nation better known as "The country of the Opera" where it is also a great tribute of famous singer-songwriters As for Italian folk music, it is fundamental in the cultural heritage of the country, and includes a wide range of regional styles, dances and instruments. As well as other elements of Italian culture, music is currently eclectic.
The Opera was born in Florence in the year 1600 and is the quintessential exponent of Italian music. The Opera is based on musical theater and although in its beginnings it was a show intended for courtiers and then, when moving to Venezia, it went on to form one more of the carnival shows.


During the silent film era, a large number of films were produced in Italy. It has been calculated that up to one thousand nine hundred and thirty, nine thousand eight hundred sixteen

films of varying length were made, of which some One thousand five hundred

have survived