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New Year's Eve Events and Traditions in Italy - Italy Travel - About.com
Find out how to celebrate New Year's Eve and Day in Italy. ... New Years parties, whether public or private, will often last until sunrise in order to watch the first ...
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National Public Holidays in Italy - Dates and Events - Italy Travel
Find out which days are national holidays in Italy and how these Italian holidays are ... Most museums and sites are closed on Christmas and New Year's Day.
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What to Expect When You Visit Italy in Winter - Italy Travel - About.com
Highlights of winter are the Christmas season, New Years, and Carnevale season. National holidays during winter are Christmas and the following day, New ...
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Traditional Foods for New Years Celebrations - Food Reference
Black eyed peas are a traditional New Years food across the Southern United ... shape, are eaten in both Italy and Brazil as part of New Years day celebrations. ... Several cultures consume seafood on New Years day to symbolize fertility, ...
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Buon Natale! Christmas in Italy - Traditional Italian Recipes For ...
Over the years the name of the bread evolved into panettone (from pane, for ... Lentils are traditionally eaten on New Year's Day in Italy as a symbol of good luck  ...
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Christmas Season Events and Traditions in Rome, Italy - Italy Travel
What to see and do at Christmas in Vatican City and Rome, Italy. ... at noon on Christmas Day from the window of his apartment above the square. ... Six master woodcarvers worked on the scene for forty years, adding new figures each year.
http://goitaly.about.com/od/christmasinitaly/tp/rome-christmas.htm
Buon Natale! Christmas in Italy - Italian Christmas Traditions
During Christmastime, one readily observable difference between Italy and the United States, for instance, is the ... JANUARY 1: Il Capodanno - New Year's Day.
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The Pantheon - Rome Italy - Europe Travel - About.com
In summer, visit the Pantheon interior in the day, preferably in early morning before the tourist throngs, but return in the evening; the piazza in front is especially ...
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New Years Eve Parties Worldwide - Find ... - Student Travel
Find international New Years Eve parties worldwide for backpackers and student ... a three day New Years celebration with major music, fireworks, carnivals and, ... About.com's Guide to Italy has the scoop on all of Italy's New Year's Eve haps ...
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Festivals, Holidays, and Special Events in Italy
Here's information about popular and unusual Italian festivals in Italy listed by month. ... January starts with New Year's Day and Epiphany and la Befana celebrations. Italian ... a woodcarvers fair, that's been held annually for about 1000 years...
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