Italy

By: Emily Walker, Ashlyn McGhee and Carlie Migdall

The First Image (above) of Italy is a image of a tourist map!
The Second Image (below) is the image of where Italy is found!

Italy Video

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Conclusion to the video BELOW!

Italy Information

The first image is of Italy and its cities- Rome being the capital of Italy.
The second image is of a building called the Colosseum in Rome, Italy.

Government:

Italy's government is a Republic government; their constitution was adopted by the kingdom of Italy in 1861. Their legal system/ laws is a civil law system similar to the U.S's way of its law system.

Economy:

The country's economy is a diverse industrial economy with a developed industry in the North and a less developed, highly subsidized, agriculture in the South, where unemployment is higher. Their Gross National Savings is 17.4%. Also their population is below the poverty line being 29.9%. Finally their public debt is 133% of their GDP.

Partners for trade:

Germany: 12.63%
France: 11.11%
U.S: 6.84%
Switzerland: 5.72%
United Kingdom: 4.72%
Spain: 4.48%

Culture:

Languages:

Italian, German, Slovene, and French

Religion:

Christians, Agonist, Muslims, Roman Catholic, and Atheist.

Ethnic Groups:

Italian includes a little bit of German, French, and Slovene-Italian those are in the North and Albanian-Italian, and Greek-Italian in the South.


Geography:

Italy's location (coordinates): 41.900 degrees North and 12.4833 degrees East.
Italy's relative size is: a little larger than Georgia
Italy's borders: Italy borders France, Austria,Vatican City, Slovenia, Switzerland, and San Marino.
Italy's climate: Hot and Dry in the South, Alpine in the North, but mostly Mediterranean.

History:

Archaeological evidence leads us to believe anatomically modern humans existed in the Italian peninsula 43,000 years ago.
In 800-600 B.C.E Greeks, Etruscans, and others settled in Italy.
In the 1000s-1400s  independent city-states were established.
In 1494-1559 there were many wars known as the Great Italian Wars that spread across most city-states of Italy and most major states in Western Europe. After the wars rapidly started picking up pace, everyone started fighting for the power and the territory.

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