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Map of Italian Languages and dialects – click to enlarge it – All things Italian and more!

Map of Italian Languages and dialects – click to enlarge it In Italian the most spoken languages are mainly Romance languages, but also Germanic languages, Slavic languages, Greek and Albanian. The Italian, the official language of the Italian Republic descends historically from the literary Tuscan, the use of which beganRead More …


Freeholders Honor Dominick Nicastro of Rockaway Township as New President of UNICO National | Morris County, NJ

The Morris County Freeholders have passed a resolution honoring Dominick Nicastro of Rockaway Township as the incoming president of UNICO National, which is the Source: Freeholders Honor Dominick Nicastro of Rockaway Township as New President of UNICO National | Morris County, NJ


Italian Carabinieri Recovered Artworks Stolen by Nazis in 1944

Three paintings taken in 1944 by Nazi occupation troops from a villa owned by the Prince of Luxembourg in Camaiore have been recovered by Italian Carabinieri Source: Italian Carabinieri Recovered Artworks Stolen by Nazis in 1944


Do Sicilians Have a Sense of Humor? | L’Italo-Americano – Italian American bilingual news source

It is widely believed that Sicilians, unlike Neapolitans, are not very expansive with their emotions. Source: Do Sicilians Have a Sense of Humor? | L’Italo-Americano – Italian American bilingual news source


The Sicilian Language

Credit:  http://www.conigliofamily.com/TheSicilianLanguage.htm The Sicilian Language        Many souls, even Sicilians and those of Sicilian descent, have the same misconception held by Italians and non-Italians everywhere: that “Sicilian” is simply a different, “cruder” form of the Italian language.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  While today’s Italians and sadly, today’s Sicilians,Read More …


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