Traditions of Italy

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Traditions of Italy are some set of traditions, beliefs, values, and customs that belongs within the culture of Italian people. These traditions have influenced life in Italy for centuries, and are still practiced in our modern days. Italian traditions are directly connected to Italian's ancestors, which tells us even more about Italian history.

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  • The Italian folk dance is a traditional dance, that has been practiced since the Renaissance period and influenced famous writers and philosophers like Dante.
  • One of the most known and requested traditions is the Carnival of Venice , usually celebrated between the first and last week of February.
  • The city of Ivrea is greatly known for the Battle of Oranges this should refer to Napoleone 's acts. It's usually celebrated around the third week of February.