La Gazzetta Italiana

Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso

June 2017
Known for its wildlife and geothermal features such as Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park, 96% of which lies in Wyoming while the remaining 4% crosses the boarders into Idaho and Montana, was signed into law in March of 1872 and was the first...


Financial News

June 2017
The S&P 500 Index historically has performed better during the May-through-October period when it has started above its 200-day moving average. Long considered the worst six-month period of the year, it’s known universally as the time to...


Italy’s school children suffer high levels of anxiety

June 2017
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) claims that while Italy’s school children score well in socializing, they suffer high levels of anxiety. Results suggest the Italian school system is one of the world’s...


An oratory as been transformed into a synagogue in Palermo

June 2017
An oratory known as Holy Mary of Saturday as been transformed into a synagogue in Palermo, Sicily. The edict of Palermo’s archbishop, Corrado Lorefice, reversed a Spanish order of five centuries ago that forced Sicily’s Jews to leave...


20 percent of women born in the 1970s to remain childless in Greece, Spain and Italy

June 2017
A Viennese study group reported that about 20 percent of women born in the 1970s are likely to remain childless in Greece, Spain and Italy. Italy’s birthrate has reverted to 1.3. Countries recognize the problem and Italy has increased bonuses...


The town of Bormida is offering to pay 2,000 euros to anyone who moves there

June 2017
In the Ligurian region of Italy, the town of Bormida is offering to pay 2,000 euros to anyone who moves there. The community is down to less than 400 people and to save it from being a “ghost town,” the mayor has tossed in a bonus of...


Roman marble portrait head has been returned to a museum near Naples

June 2017
An ancient Roman marble portrait head of Drusus Minor has been returned to a museum near Naples. It was stolen in 1944 from an Italian museum and purchased by the Cleveland Museum of Art from the Phoenix Art Museum in Arizona in 2012. They believed...


"Viva Arte Viva", the Venice Biennale in mid-May

June 2017
The Venice Biennale in mid-May was a sprawling art show, “Viva Arte Viva.” New and established artists exhibited varying themes such as Swiss artist Julian Charriere’s “Future Fossil Spaces,” a room of bricks from the...


The Venetian City Council has banned takeaway food shops

June 2017
The Venetian City Council has banned takeaway food shops claiming such businesses were incompatible with their cultural heritage. New gelaterias can still set up shop, however, outlets and kiosks selling pizza by the slice have been prohibited....


The One and Only - Oriana Fallaci

May 2017
Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci was famous worldwide for her “take no prisoners” interviews with worldwide leaders during the 1960s, 70s and 80s. Nothing was off limits in her exchanges with the likes of Yasser Arafat, Golda Meir and...


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