Government + Foreign policy
Foreign policy- Italy's foreign policy under Benito Mussolini had to be robust to show to show the world how powerful Italy was under his leadership. As leader of Italy, Mussolini wanted to re-establish the greatness of the Roman Empire. Mussolini believed that conquered Foreign was the sign of a great nation and a great power hence the rationale behind the invasion of Abyssinia.
1 us dollar equals 0.91 euros
italy's top imports and exports are engineering products, textiles, clothing, production machinery, motor vehicles, transport equipment, chemicals, food, beverages.
35,925.88 usd (2013) Italy GDP per capita
Social + Ethnic group
Education in Italy is compulsory from six to sixteen years of age, and is divided into five stages. first stage is kindergarten, second stage is primary school, third stage is lower secondary school, fourth stage is upper secondary school, the last stage is university
geography + travel
Place- italy is located south of europe and comprises the long, boot-shaped italian peninsula, the southern side of alps, the large plain of the Po Valley and some islands including Sicily and Sardinia. Corsica, although belonging to the italian geographical region, has been part of France since 1769.
Travel-Genaraly only 4 people are allowed in 1 taxi. Most Italians get around by using boats, taxis and sometimes bikes.
Religion, Language + Country Flag
People from italy speak Italian that is their main language, but people can speak many other languages too.
the italian flag is red, green and white these colors consist of their history.
Traditional holidays + food
spaghetti bolognese and chocolate crepes are 2 of the most common foods in italy, pizza of any sort is also a very popular food there.
35,540 ppp dollars (2013)
the main language is italian
their religion is christian
Italian, German, French and Greek are the ethnicities