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Outline of Italy

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The location of Italy
The location of Italy

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Italy:

Italyunitary parliamentary republic in South-Central Europe, located primarily upon the Italian Peninsula. It is where Ancient Rome originated as a small agricultural community about the 8th century BC, which spread over the course of centuries into the colossal Roman empire, encompassing the whole Mediterranean Sea and merging the Ancient Greek and Roman cultures into one civilization. This civilization was so influential that parts of it survive in modern law, administration, philosophy and arts, providing the groundwork that the Western world is based upon.

General reference

An enlargeable basic map of Italy
An enlargeable basic map of Italy

Geography of Italy

An enlargeable topographic map of Italy
An enlargeable topographic map of Italy
An enlargeable satellite image of Italy
An enlargeable satellite image of Italy
Crater on Vulcano Island
Crater on Vulcano Island
Mount Vesuvius as seen from the ruins of Pompeii
Mount Vesuvius as seen from the ruins of Pompeii
View of Brescia
View of Brescia
Capri from the sea
Capri from the sea
Piedmont landscape
Piedmont landscape

Geography of Italy

  Switzerland (outline) 740 km
 France (outline) 488 km
 Austria (outline) 430 km
 Slovenia (outline) 199 km
 San Marino (outline) 39 km
  Vatican City (outline) 3 km
  • Coastline: 7,600 km
  • Sharing Adriatic Sea with Croatia

Environment of Italy

Geographic features of Italy

Regions of Italy

Regions of Italy

Administrative divisions types

Statistical divisions of Italy

NUTS of Italy

Groups of regions, regions, and provinces of Italy

Comuni (municipalities) of Italy
View of Portofino
View of Portofino

Comune

Demography of Italy

Demographics of Italy

Neighbors of Italy

Italy shares its north border with:

Independent states surrounded by Italy (otherwise within Italy's borders) include:

Government and politics of Italy

Politics of Italy

Branches of the government of Italy

The Italian parliament in joint session
The Italian parliament in joint session

Government of Italy

Head of State

Executive branch

Legislative branch

Judicial branch

Foreign relations of Italy

Foreign relations of Italy

International organization membership

The Italian Republic is a member of:[3]

Law and order in Italy

Carabinieri with capes
Carabinieri with capes
In 2004 the Polizia di Stato received two Lamborghini Gallardo equipped with V10 engines in the classic blue white livery
In 2004 the Polizia di Stato received two Lamborghini Gallardo equipped with V10 engines in the classic blue white livery
Guardia di Finanza police in central Rome
Guardia di Finanza police in central Rome

Military of Italy

Frecce Tricolori, the aerobatic demonstration team of the Italian Italian Air Force
Frecce Tricolori, the aerobatic demonstration team of the Italian Italian Air Force

Military of Italy

History of Italy

Greek temple at Selinunte, built in the 5th century BC
Greek temple at Selinunte, built in the 5th century BC
The Roman Forum, the commercial, cultural, and political center of the city at the time of the Roman Republic
The Roman Forum, the commercial, cultural, and political center of the city at the time of the Roman Republic
Castel del Monte, a 13th-century citadel and castle situated on a hill in Andria
Castel del Monte, a 13th-century citadel and castle situated on a hill in Andria

History of Italy

By period

Timeline of Italian history

By region

By subject

Culture of Italy

Villa Capra "La Rotonda", a fine example of Palladian architecture
Villa Capra "La Rotonda", a fine example of Palladian architecture
A typical Italian vineyard scene, with vines growing together with olive trees
A typical Italian vineyard scene, with vines growing together with olive trees
The Italian tricolor flying at Vittoriano, Rome
The Italian tricolor flying at Vittoriano, Rome
Portrait of Dante Alighieri
Portrait of Dante Alighieri
The School of Athens, a famous fresco by the Italian Renaissance artist Raphael
The School of Athens, a famous fresco by the Italian Renaissance artist Raphael
Portrait of Galileo Galilei
Portrait of Galileo Galilei
The auditorium of the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, the leading opera and ballet theatre in Italy
The auditorium of the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, the leading opera and ballet theatre in Italy

Culture of Italy

Art in Italy

People in Italy

Ethnic groups in Italy

Religion in Italy

Monumental façade of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, the world's largest Christian church
Monumental façade of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, the world's largest Christian church
Milan Cathedral, the fourth-largest church in the world
Milan Cathedral, the fourth-largest church in the world
Florence Cathedral: Brunelleschi's Dome, the nave, and Giotto's Campanile as seen from the South
Florence Cathedral: Brunelleschi's Dome, the nave, and Giotto's Campanile as seen from the South

Religion in Italy

Sport in Italy

Giancarlo Fisichella, the most recent Italian racing driver to win a Formula One Grand Prix
Giancarlo Fisichella, the most recent Italian racing driver to win a Formula One Grand Prix

Sport in Italy

Football in Italy

The Italian national football team, called Azzurri or squadra azzurra for their blue shirts, are the second-most successful national team in the world
The Italian national football team, called Azzurri or squadra azzurra for their blue shirts, are the second-most successful national team in the world
Gianluigi Buffon is the most capped player in the history of Italy with 171 caps
Gianluigi Buffon is the most capped player in the history of Italy with 171 caps

Football in Italy

Other sports popular in Italy

Economy and infrastructure of Italy

View of Italy at night from the International Space Station
View of Italy at night from the International Space Station
Ferrari 458 Spider, a sports car produced by the Italian manufacturer Ferrari
Ferrari 458 Spider, a sports car produced by the Italian manufacturer Ferrari
White Valentino dresses in celebration of Valentino's 45 years in fashion
White Valentino dresses in celebration of Valentino's 45 years in fashion
Rome, one of the most important tourist destinations of the world
Rome, one of the most important tourist destinations of the world
Venice, a popular destination
Venice, a popular destination
Frecciabianca (left) and Frecciarossa (right) high-speed trains at Milan Central railway station
Frecciabianca (left) and Frecciarossa (right) high-speed trains at Milan Central railway station

Economy of Italy

Local economies

Education in Italy

University of Bologna,  Italy and Europe's oldest university, founded in 1088
University of Bologna, Italy and Europe's oldest university, founded in 1088

Education in Italy

Health in Italy

See also

Italy

References

  1. ^ The English name of the Italian state used in the English text of the Treaty of Lisbon.
  2. ^ Istat
  3. ^ "Italy". The World Factbook. United States Central Intelligence Agency. July 15, 2009. Retrieved July 23, 2009.

External links

Wikimedia Atlas of Italy

  • Italy travel guide from Wikivoyage
Country profiles
Government
Public institutions
Other
This page was last edited on 18 November 2018, at 20:02
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