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The majority of Italians are native speakers of Italian, the country’s official language, or a regional dialect of it. Many of them, however, still speak a regional or minority language indigenous to Italy, which predates the national language.  [Fifty] Although there is some debate about the total number, UNESCO estimates that Italy has around 30 native languages, though many are incorrectly referred to as “Italian dialects.” [Page 51] [ [number 53]
Arts and music, science, technology, fashion, cinema, food, sports, jurisprudence, finance, and industry have all been influenced and contributed to by Italians.
  
 a Furthermore, Italians are known for their strong links to their communities, which can be expressed as either regionalism or municipalism.   
According to Antiochus of Syracuse, the Greeks first used the word Italy to refer only to the southern portion of the Bruttium peninsula, which corresponds to the present provinces of Reggio and Catanzaro and Vibo Valentia in southern Italy. Nonetheless, by his time, the broader definition of Oenotria had become synonymous with “Italy,” and the term was also applied to much of Lucania. Before the expansion of the Roman Republic, the term was used by Greeks to refer to the land between the strait of Messina and the line connecting the gulfs of Salerno and Taranto, roughly corresponding to the modern area of Calabria, according to Strabo’s Geographica. The term “Italia” was eventually applied to a wider area by the Greeks.  a Historians also proposed the presence of a “Etruscan Italy” spanning varying parts of central Italy, in addition to the “Greek Italy” in the south.  a
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Coral’s natural salmon red has long been a source of inspiration for jewelry designers and artists. It’s difficult to imagine an Italian beauty portrait without red seabed pearls adorning the earlobes or décolleté. However, while the Mediterranean provided many high-quality corals in the 19th and early 20th centuries, our modern age can no longer harvest this valuable natural resource due to climate change and overfishing of coral reefs.
The bright salmon coral in this necklace, which dates from about 1900, has some growth characteristics that mark it as a natural product. Their coloration varies from light to darker tones, resulting in a vibrant picture. Hand-cut beads are set in two rows, thickening toward the middle. The necklace is finished off with a coral-studded clasp made of gold-plated tombac. As a result, a little dream from turn-of-the-century Italy has been preserved and is still available at a reasonable price today.
Genuine Italian Mediterranean corals continue to inspire today with their vibrant color palette and wide range of variations. This wonderful natural material is distinguished by the most beautiful colors of nature that the sea can make, from the creamy white of Adriatic coral to the delicate pink of angel’s skin coral or Pelle d’Angelo, to beautiful light and dark salmon red shades to the strong dark red color known as oxblood or Moro coral. Coral jewelry, especially from the region around the Bay of Naples, has been an integral part of princely and later bourgeois art chambers for centuries and enjoyed unprecedented popularity, particularly in the 19th century.
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Due to an increase in coronavirus infections, Italian authorities have put 50,000 people in the country’s north under de facto quarantine. Bernd Riegert reports from Italy that villagers are adapting to their new reality.
Many virologists believe we are on the verge of a coronavirus pandemic. What are our options now? Judith Hartl recommends avoiding crowds and major events such as football games, as well as thoroughly rinsing our hands. (February 24, 2020)
European stock markets have started to recoup some of Monday’s significant losses. A spike in new coronavirus cases, particularly in Italy, prompted a sell-off across Europe. (February 25, 2020)
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Travel to northern Italy’s fabled Lake District with CWRU. It is a fantastic destination because of its extraordinary scenery of glacial waters, Alpine peaks, and ancient towns painted in ocher and terra cotta hues, as well as its rich past.
The Palace Hotel in the heart of charming Como, conveniently situated, lakeside and only steps away from the city’s Gothic-style Duomo, will be your picturesque “home” for a full week for this one-of-a-kind exceptional way to experience the true essence of life in Italy’s beautiful regions of Lombardy and Piedmont. Our expert-guided tours explore the artistic and architectural treasures commissioned by Roman aristocrats, feudal lords, and Renaissance princes, including the trendy city of Milan and a specially arranged viewing of Leonardo da Vinci’s renowned masterpiece, The Last Supper, in the UNESCO-designated Santa Maria delle Grazie. Local residents have personal insights on Lombardy’s cultural heritage and contemporary life in enlightening presentations and the special Village Life Program. To make your time in Como even more enjoyable, you can sample the renowned cuisine and wines of northern Italy and learn simple Italian phrases.