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In 264 B.C., most of Italy was under the leadership of Rome and it continued to be until the barbarian invasions destroyed the Western Roman Empire in the 4th and 5th centuries. From there on the Holy Roman Emperors, Roman Catholic popes, Normans, and Saracens all wrestled for control over various regions of Italy. Political and commercial rivalries were intense, and as well as cities such as Venice and Genoa, many small principalities flourished in the late Middle Ages. Historically, Italy has been politically fragmented for centuries, but despite this, between the 13th and 16th centuries it became the cultural centre of the Western world. A key element of this culture was the Italian opera which was born in Italy around the year 1600. As well as Italian opera composers such as, Puccini, Rossini and Vivaldi, the pull of the language attracted foreign opera composers like Handel and Mozart.
Italian one of the Romance languages in the family of Indo-European languages was originally derived from Latin. Italian is considered by many to be one of the most romantic and melodic languages that ultimately played a key role in the unification of the Italian people in 1861.
Italian is spoken throughout Italy, the southern parts of Switzerland, the islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica, and also along the northeastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. Some Italian is also spoken in the former Italian colonies, such as Abyssinia, Eritrea and Somalia in Africa.
Italy: 60 million. Capital: Rome, 3.5 million
The highest point in Italy is Mont Blanc, in the Alps at 15,770 feet
The colours of the Italian flag represent three virtues: hope (green), faith (white), and charity (red).
The average Italian consumes 115 litres of wine and 25 kilos of pasta a year