In ancient Rome, the New Year began on March 1. At that time, the calendar consisted of only 10 months..
As Christmas is just around the corner, we bring to you some traditions and customs from the central and southern..
Natale viene una sola volta un’anno. This time-honored proverb, translated as “Christmas comes but once a year,” originated in Italy…
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Italian Immigrants and Organized Labor The history of labor, its organization and impact on the workplace has long been examined..
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Ten of Italy’s Loveliest Piazzas There is perhaps no better way to enjoy Italy than to spend an evening with..
The Making of Saint Peter’s Basilica History, Controversies and Genius at Work Part III – Building the Second Basilica By..
Unique Italian Museums Italy’s museums are home to some of the world’s best-loved cultural treasures and there’s no shortage of..