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Italy is officially known as the Italian Republic, and is a unitary parliamentary republic. The Italian language is also one of the Romance languages (also known as Latin Languages) which are languages that have descended from Latin. It is spoken mainly in Europe in countries like Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, and Vatican City. It is spoken as a second language in Malta, Slovenia, and Croatia, and is more scarcely spoken in places like Eritrea, France, Libya, Monaco, Montenegro, Somalia, the Americas, and Australia. Many people who speak Italian are bilingual. It was officially descended from Latin, and retains the contrast between short and long consonants unlike many other Romance languages. Italian remains one of the closest related to its father Latin among all the other Romance languages.
Italy is plentiful with rich and colourful history that can be taken in at the various historical sites that exist in the beautiful country. Italy is one of the most popular countries for tourism in Europe with historical buildings like the Pantheon and the Forum. The Colosseum, one of the most popular historical buildings in Italy, was built as a symbol to give land back to the people following the great fire of Rome in 64 AD. Although many construction has been done to historical sites in Italy, the Colosseum remains at the same level as it was in historical times. The Colosseum is also known as the arena of death because of the high number of animals and people that were killed in the arena during ancient times for entertainment and gladiator games. Italy is also home to the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa, the ancient tower that was constructed on poorly built foundation and therefore began to sink into the ground. Today, tourists flock from various parts of the world to see the famous tilting tower.
The modern Italian lifestyle tends to be very relaxed with their more popular daily activities consisting of reading the newspaper, going to the cinema, and indulging in television and radio. It is less common to see Italians reading books or taking an interest in sports. Many Italians seek activities in public places rather than in the home. It is common for Italians to meet friends at bars, cinemas, pizzerias and discos on a daily basis.
The most prominent component of Italian lifestyle as well as their culture and history is food. It remains one of the centre stones of Italian life. It is a common practice for Italians to take a long and leisurely break from work to enjoy a mid-day meal. The Italian love of noodles is very prominent in Italian life style, and Italians tend to incorporate pasta into at least one meal every day. Italians are known for their wide variety of pastas including spaghetti, penne, macaroni, and orecchiette. Also known for their vine yards, Italy remains one of the world's largest producers of wine.
Roman Catholicism remains the primary religion in Italy. Over 85& of Italians identify themselves as Roman Catholics, although only about 35% say that they actively practice the religion. Most Italians say that they believe in God or some other higher power. Roman Catholic culture is a massive part of Italy and is a very prominent part of Italian history.
The Italian language remains the official language of Italy and is spoken as a second language by millions of people worldwide. Italian is a mix of Florentine and Tuscan and became the official language after the unification of Italy.
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Italian is such a beautiful language and is is spoken by about 63 million people as a native language and is a very common second.
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