Italy Conferences 2019

Between 35° and 47° N latitudes and 6° and 19° E longitudes Italy is located in southern Europe. Officially Italy is named as “Italian Republic”. The country is spread over the vast area of 301,230 km2 of which 294,020 km2 is covered with land and 7,210 km2 is concealed with water. Of the European fauna Italy is placed in third position with the peak level in faunal biodiversity. Capital of Italy is Rome which is named as Eternal City. Italy is populated with approximately 60 Million people. Towards north of Italy in Italian Alps located with mountain peak called “Monte Bianco” or Mont Blanc which is 4, 807 m. The longest river of Italy is Po Valley which is located towards the north with long and deeply spread and the country flattens in the Po valley. The Apennines are the next highest mountain range which seperates the East and west of the country. Italy is reputated with Volcanoes. There are 3 volcanoes namely Vesuvius in Naples, Etna on Sicily and Stromboli off the coast of Italy. Some of the attractions of Italy include: Michelangelo with famous museums, Tower of Pisa in Pisa, Venice, Rome, Ravenna, Tuscancy, Alps. Italian food includes Pizza which is most commonly exported. Italians introduced ice creams, coffee and fruit pies to the world. Italians culture is showcased through their artistic works, like Leonardo da Vinci created Mona Lisa. Italians are innovative and make discoveries as it was proved by Christopher Columbus and amerigo Vespucci who explored Americas and Marco Polo.

Interesting Facts about Italy

  • Italy is famous for its huge contributions to the worlds of art, architecture, fashion, opera, literature, design, and film. Every aspect of Italy from the history, geography religious beliefs, culture to cuisine is enchanting.
  • The heavenly scenery of Venice, the fashion in Milan, the Renaissance treasures of Florence to the landmarks and art of Rome, every inch of land in Italy holds a special and fascinating background. Italy is 10th largest country in the Europe with an area of 301340 km2 and located in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Most of Italy is either hilly or mountainous. Its hilly landscape makes it ideal terrain for adventurous hikers and cyclists.
  • Education in Italy is highly esteemed with a wide range of excellent academic institutions throughout the country. University of Bologna, established in 1088, Italy takes pride itself being home to one of the world’s oldest universities and still in operation.
  • Europe’s highest active volcano Mount Etna is in island of Sicily, Italy. It is the only country to have active volcanos in the entire Europe continent.
  • Italy is home to some of the most famous historical and architectural wonders .With 54 entries, Italy takes the crown as the country with the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world.
  • The Venice Film Festival is the oldest film festival in the world.
  • Italy has long presence of science and technology. It has delivered some of the significant inventions and discoveries. Some of the eminent scientists from Italy are Fermi, Volta, Marconi, and Galileo.
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Nuclear Furnace, Battery, Mechanical clock, Violin are some of the greatest inventions from Italy.
  • The smallest country in the world The Vatican City is in Rome.
  • Milan, one of the fashion capitals of the world. It is magnetic point for fashion designers, models, photographers and artists across the world.
  • Italy has delivered some of the greatest paintings of all time in its rich artistic history. The Last Supper and Mona Lisa are some of the unique paintings in the world.
  • Christopher Columbus, One of the famous navigators in the world was born in Italy.
  • Italy is motherland of some of eminent personalities such as Leonardo da Vinci, Dante Alighieri, and Michelangelo. Italy boasts of some of the world’s most recognizable monuments, each with a historical importance of its own. The Colosseum, The Leaning tower of Pisa, The Vatican, and Milan Cathedral are some of the spectacular prime spots in Italy.
  • As it is centre of Renaissance and Artistic diversity, it has more masterpieces per square mile than any other country.
  • Family life in Italy is one of the foundations in their culture. It is strong constitution of the country.
  • Acciaroli, a small port town in Italy, has caught the world attention for having people living beyond 100 years.
  • The Gotthard Base Tunnel, the longest railway tunnel in the world, runs between Italy and Switzerland.
  • Italy is known for manufacturing some of the most luxurious brands in the world. Ferrari, Lamborghini, Fiat, Ducati are few of them.

Between 35° and 47° N latitudes and 6° and 19° E longitudes Italy is located in southern Europe. Officially Italy is named as “Italian Republic”. The country is spread over the vast area of 301,230 km2 of which 294,020 km2 is covered with land and 7,210 km2 is concealed with water. Of the European fauna Italy is placed in third position with the peak level in faunal biodiversity. Capital of Italy is Rome which is named as Eternal City. Italy is populated with approximately 60 Million people. Towards north of Italy in Italian Alps located with mountain peak called “Monte Bianco” or Mont Blanc which is 4, 807 m. The longest river of Italy is Po Valley which is located towards the north with long and deeply spread and the country flattens in the Po valley. The Apennines are the next highest mountain range which seperates the East and west of the country. Italy is reputated with Volcanoes. There are 3 volcanoes namely Vesuvius in Naples, Etna on Sicily and Stromboli off the coast of Italy. Some of the attractions of Italy include: Michelangelo with famous museums, Tower of Pisa in Pisa, Venice, Rome, Ravenna, Tuscancy, Alps. Italian food includes Pizza which is most commonly exported. Italians introduced ice creams, coffee and fruit pies to the world. Italians culture is showcased through their artistic works, like Leonardo da Vinci created Mona Lisa. Italians are innovative and make discoveries as it was proved by Christopher Columbus and amerigo Vespucci who explored Americas and Marco Polo.

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