Italy – Travel To Italy – Itay History, Facts And Documentry

By | August 12, 2020

In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
The Republic of Italy is located in southern Europe, as most people know it by the name of Italy. The country ranked 71st in the world in terms of area, has a total area of ​​31336 square kilometres. With a population of 59.4 million, the country ranks 23rd in the world in terms of population. The country has the second-largest Muslim population after Christianity. Which is an estimate of about 1.38 million people?

Italy ranks 8th in the world in terms of its economy. The city, once known as the Roman Empire, is the capital of Italy. The city has a population of about 2.5 million. In the caves of Italy, if you talk about interesting facts, this country ranks first in all of Europe with the highest mountain range in all of Europe. About 50 million tourists visit Italy every year. Italy collects 60% of its revenue from tourism. Italy has a crime rate of 5% and an education rate of 100%. In Italy, parents must send every child between the ages of 5 and 15 to school.

In the absence of a child, parents face penalties. The average salary in Italy is between 700 and 900 euros. About 90% of the elderly in Italy live alone. This nation loves their dogs to such an extent that their dogs sleep in their beds at night, and if they are going to the market, their dog is in their lap. Donkeys are a favourite food of Italians. But a peg mat is their favourite dish. Just as Muslims eat goat meat with great relish on Eid-ul-Adha.

In the same way, the Italians prefer the Pegmat Dash to themselves at Christmas. If we talk about immigration, it is much easier than in other European countries. Getting a work permit here is also much easier than in other European countries. But sadly, there is not much work for the working class here. If you have lived there for more than 10 years, you can apply for Italian nationality by doing a 10-year residency show.

The new generation here is not particularly interested in reading. If a child fails in class for 2 consecutive years, he is promoted to the next class from the third year. In this Italian-speaking country, there are 95% of people who do not know English. Italy is the largest producer of alcohol in the world. WhatsApp messages have been cited as the main reason for nearly 50% of divorces in Italy. If a man wears a bar of chocolate and tries to walk the streets of Italy. So he is arrested by the Italian police in the shortest possible time.

One-third of people in Italy have never used the Internet. There are very few people here who are professional computer operators. The world’s longest 57 km long tunnel-like road is found in Italy. Which connected Italy to Switzerland and took 17 years to build. Football is the national sport of Italy, and surprisingly there is no free ground in Italy like in Pakistan. Teams playing here have to pay a monthly fee. Driving law in Italy is slightly different from other countries.

If you have an Italian driver’s license. So 20 points will go with your license. One of your mistakes will be deducted. After completing 20 errors, you will have to re-apply for a driver’s license and if you are caught driving without a license. Your car will be confiscated, and you will have to pay a fine of 1500 Euros.

Italy is also called the cradle of Christianity. The spiritual leader of the Roman Catholic sect, called the Pope, lives in the Vatican, a city in Italy. Which comes before the people every Sunday. His Pope is said to never marry. The government must obey all its orders. The papacy remains with him until he dies.

There are only two Pope in Christian history who have resigned. One 100 years ago and one in 2013. It would not be out of place to call the Vedic city a separate country in Italy because the entire cost of the city is borne by the Swiss government. The city is as important to Christians as Mecca is to Muslims.

In Italy, streets are named after cities. Some street names, such as Street Room Road, Milan, are also named on days and dates. As April 20 is the name of a street. Not all cities are the same when it comes to weather. As Rome counts in hot cities and millions in cold cities. In Italy, when someone dies, they are taken out of the car. So everyone applauds like we do when a famous servant arrives at a party.

In Italy, if someone is getting married, all the car horns sound. Horns are ringing everywhere on the streets. In terms of time, Italy is 4 behind Pakistan. There are only 3 hours left from April to October. Because during these months, Italy’s time zone is changed to one hour. The currency of Italy is called Euro, and one Euro is equal to 122.28 Euros of Pakistan. Italy’s calling code is 49+.

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