Italy Politics

Italy Politics, Population and Geography

General information: Italy became a nation-state relatively late, in 1861, when the city-states of the peninsula, as well as Sardinia and Sicily, were united by King VICTOR EMMANUEL. The fascist dictatorship of Benito MUSSOLINI, which came to power after World War I, led Italy to a disastrous alliance with Nazi Germany and defeat in World […]

University of Bologna

Universities in Italy

Universities in Italy are the most popular institutes, universities and colleges in Italy. Detailed descriptions of study programs, reviews, photos and videos about universities in Italy. Bo University University of Bo (Italy) — detailed description, address, opening hours, how to get there. Information about curricula and courses, reviews. See Iamaccepted.com for information about University of Leipzig […]

University of Pisa

University of Pisa

University of Pisa (Italy) — detailed description, address, opening hours, how to get there. Information about curricula and courses, reviews. The University of Pisa (Università di Pisa) is one of the oldest universities in Europe, whose history can be traced back to the 11th century. He received the status of a university on September 3, […]

Italy Entry Requirements

Italy Entry Requirements

Passport and visa regulations Nationalities Passport required visa required Return ticket required Turkey Yes 1 Yes Other EU countries no no no Switzerland no no no Austria no no no Germany no no no ID cards/identity cards i.a. Citizens of the following countries listed in the table above can enter the country with a valid […]

Social Struggles and the Anti-Spanish Movement in Southern Italy 4

Social Struggles and the Anti-Spanish Movement in Southern Italy Part 4

In Sicily these discontent against Spain continue to spread even after the repression. For a couple of years, rumors, conspiracies, various attempts, soon discovered and repressed than attempted. And now no more plebs: but other elements, those who had followed the plebs in ’48 and had really been defeated, that is craftsmanship, bourgeoisie, even people of baronry […]

The Fall of Mussolini 1

The Fall of Mussolini Part I

After the Russian resistance and American intervention showed the likelihood of German defeat, an underground political ferment swept through Italy. The Communist Party, which had always maintained a certain clandestine organization, was joined by the reconstruction initiatives of the other parties dissolved by fascism, particularly the socialist and the popular (with the name of Christian […]

Italian Arts in Gothic Age

Italian Arts in Gothic Age

This classicism was partly promoted by Frederick II, under whom ancient styles still steeped in medieval tradition acquire new energy. We owe him great 13th-century architecture, especially of a civil character (Castel del Monte, Porta di Capua, the loca solaciorum in Lucera, Gravina etc.), a rare fusion of classical culture, Arab experiences and gothic spirit. Beyond the […]

Italian Arts in the 19th Century

Italian Arts in the 19th Century

Responding to the variety of ideological assumptions of the public to which they are addressed and of the various functions to which they are intended, seventeenth-century art and architecture show a differentiated range of expressions. Alongside a persistent classicist attitude, the concept of imagination imposes itself, laying the foundations for an illusionistic and spectacular language […]