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Country: Italy is a country in southern Europe. Its neighbouring countries are France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. A large part of the mainland of Italy is situated on what is referred to as the Italian peninsula. The landscape of Italy is mainly mountains (75%) such as the Alps, Dolomites and Apennine mountains. 20% of the country is forest area and then there are strips of lowland along the Adriatic coast.

The capital of Italy is Rome. This name is of course reminiscent of the once so mighty Roman Empire that is spread out from this city. At its peak, in the 2nd century, the Empire encompassed all the countries surrounding Mediterranean Sea, plus a large part of Western Europe and the Middle East.

Modern-day Italy has been a parliamentary Republic since 1946, when the Sovereignity was voted off. There are 58,126,212 people living in Italy (2009). 87.8% of Italians profess to be Roman Catholic.

 

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Algund - Alte Pfarrkirche Heiligen Hippolytus und Erhard Iehova
 
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Firenze (Florence) - Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore Tetragrammaton
 
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Monreale - Duomo Santa Maria Nuova Tetragrammaton
 
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Palermo - Chiesa di S. Orsola Tetragrammaton
 
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Rome - Fontana della Aqua Felice Tetragrammaton
 
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Rome - San Bernardo alle Terme Tetragrammaton
 
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Rome - San Giovanni in Laterano Tetragrammaton
 
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Siena - Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta (Duomo) Tetragrammaton
 
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Ulten - St. Nikolauskirche Tetragrammaton
 
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Venice - Basilica di San Marco Tetragrammaton
 
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Verona - Cattedrale di Santa Maria Matricolare (duomo) Tetragrammaton
 
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Vezzo - Chiesa parrocchiale Jeova 
       

 

 

 

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