1892 in Italy
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Events from the year 1892 in Italy.
- March 16 – Founding of the newspaper Il Mattino in Naples by Edoardo Scarfoglio and Matilde Serao.
- May 15 – The new government headed by Giovanni Giolitti takes office after Antonio Di Rudinì lost the vote in the Italian Chamber of Deputies.
- June 29 – Founding of the Fascio dei lavoratori (Workers League) in Palermo (Sicily) by Rosario Garibaldi Bosco.
- August 14 – Foundation of the Partito dei Lavoratori Italiani (Italian Workers Party) a forerunner of the Italian Socialist Party (Partito Socialista Italiano, PSI) in Genoa by Filippo Turati, Claudio Treves and Leonida Bissolati.
- October 6 – The opera Cristoforo Colombo premiered at Genoa's Teatro Carlo Felice to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus' arrival in America.
- November 6 – First round of the Italian general election.
- November 13 – Second round of the Italian general election. The "ministerial" left-wing bloc emerged as the largest in Parliament, winning 323 of the 508 seats.
- December 20 – The Socialist deputy Napoleone Colajanni reads out long extracts of a report on the Banca Romana in Parliament and Prime Minister Giovanni Giolitti is forced to appoint an expert commission to investigate the Banca Romana scandal.
- January 2 – Edoardo Agnelli, Italian industrialist and principal family shareholder of the Italian car company Fiat (died 1935)
- January 17 – Amedeo Mecozzi, Italian fighter ace of World War I and a military theorist (died 1971)
- January 28 – Augusto Genina, Italian film pioneer, movie producer and director (died 1957)
- January 28 – Carlo Emilio Bonferroni, Italian mathematician who worked on probability theory (died 1960)
- February 4 – Ugo Betti, Italian judge and playwright (died 1953)
- February 8 – Luigi Bartolini, Italian painter, writer, and poet (died 1963)
- February 8 – Bruno Fortichiari, Italian communist politician (died 1981)
- February 29 – Leandro Arpinati, Italian fascist politician (died 1945)
- March 9 – Carlo Bisiach, Italian violin maker (died 1968)
- March 23 – Anastase Alfieri, Italian entomologist (died 1971)
- March 29 – Giuseppe Colosi, Italian zoologist (died 1975)
- March 30 – Fortunato Depero, Italian futurist painter, writer, sculptor and graphic designer (died 1960)
- April 4 – Italo Mus, Italian impressionist painter (died 1967)
- April 10 – Victor de Sabata, Italian conductor and composer (died 1967)
- April 11 – Francesca Bertini (born Elena Seracini Vitiello), Italian silent film actress (died 1985)
- April 15 – Cesare Zerba, Italian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church (died 1973)
- May 18 – Ezio Pinza, Italian basso opera singer (died 1957)
- June 8 – Giuseppe Campari, Italian opera singer and Grand Prix motor racing driver (died 1933)
- July 11 – Giorgio Federico Ghedini, Italian composer (died 1965)
- July 14 – Attilio Piccioni, Italian politician (died 1976)
- August 12 – Giuseppe Di Vittorio', Italian syndicalist trade unionist and communist politician also known under the pseudonym Nicoletti (died 1957)
- August 13 – Aldo De Benedetti, Italian screenwriter (died 1970)
- August 26 – Gaetano Belloni, Italian professional road racing cyclist (died 1980)
- October 12 – Gilda Dalla Rizza, Italian soprano (died 1975)
- November 16 – Tazio Giorgio Nuvolari, Italian motorcycle and racecar driver, known as Il Mantovano Volante (The Flying Mantuan) (died 1953)
- December 10 – Ettore Desderi, Italian composer (died 1974)
- December 11 – Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, Italian tenor (died 1979)
- January 18 – Giovanni Maria Cornoldi, Italian Jesuit academic (born 1822)
- March 21 – Annibale de Gasparis, Italian astronomer (born 1819)
- April 18 – Agostino Todaro, Italian botanist and politician (born 1818)
- May 1 – Francesco Lamperti, Italian singing teacher (born 1811)
- July 17 – Carlo Cafiero, Italian anarchist and champion of Mikhail Bakunin (born 1846)
- August 11 – Enrico Betti, Italian mathematician (born 1823)
- September 8 – Enrico Cialdini, Duca di Gaeta, Italian soldier, politician and diplomat (born 1811)
- October 18 – Matteo Liberatore, Italian Jesuit philosopher (born 1810)
- December 1 – Carlo Favetti, Italian politician and lawyer from Gorizia (born 1819)
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