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ENIT may also refer to the École nationale d'ingénieurs de Tarbes.
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ENIT—Agenzia nazionale del turismo, known in English as The Italian Government Tourist Board, formerly the Ente Nazionale Italiano per il Turismo ('Italian National Agency for Tourism') is the Italian national tourism board.

It was founded in 1919 under the Liberal-Radical government of F.S. Nitti.[1]

ENIT is responsible for the promoting worldwide tourism to Italy.


  1. ^ Bosworth, p. 4


  • R. J. B. Bosworth, "Tourist Planning in Fascist Italy and the Limits of a Totalitarian Culture", Contemporary European History 6:1:1-25 (March 1997) at JSTOR
  • Taina Syrjäma, Visitez l'Italie : Italian state tourist propaganda abroad 1919-1943: administrative structure and practical realization, 1997 in Turun yliopiston julkaisuja/Annales Universitatis Turkuensis Series B, Humaniora, ISSN: 0082-6987, 217. ISBN 951-29-0952-9 (not seen)

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