Italophile

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Italophile

Someone who admires Italy, its culture, its language, or its people.
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This section is planned from months ago and will be held in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture of Italy and its embassy in Iran.
The event, organized by the International Mugam Center and United Cultures was supported by the Ministry of Culture of Italy and under the patronage of Italian region of Friuli-Venezia-Giulia, Trend Life reported.
The week offers a taste of Italy and a chance to experience the contemporary culture of Italy through its words.
Professor Molinaro dedicated a considerable amount of scholauy energy in bringing together academics from various fields of inquiry, all of which resulted in seminal research and pedagogical tools such as Petrarch to Pirandello (edited, 1973), The World of Dante (co-edited, 1966), and The Culture of Italy (co-edited, 1979).
Banfi: I do rely on a lot of imported ingredients due to the fact that some items are inherently part of the culinary culture of Italy, such as cheeses and cured meats.
We've moved on and the world has changed, but the culture of the food and the culture of Italy is still the same.
The Italian pavilion at the Global Village has become a showcase of the culture of Italy historically shaped by a multitude of regional influences and local centres of power and patronage.
The opening ceremony, which enjoyed considerable media attention, was attended from the Italian side by His Excellency the Minister of Culture of Italy, Massimo Bray, Italian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Labu Bastyli.
Individuals who wish to visit the scenic landmarks and experience the culture of Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, and Greece may finally plan their trip in a more convenient manner by simply checking out the options available in the Maiellano Car Rental website.
THE University of Warwick has good news for those interested in the culture of Italy.
Throughout her life, she pursued her deep interest in the study of Western Civilization by focusing on the art and culture of Italy.