What do Italians eat, how is the country managed, and what about business issues?
Italy is known around the world as one of the best countries for good food, tasty wine, and romantic landscapes. Thanks to the very old history, Italy has huge historical artifacts, practically in every city. But, beyond that, every region has its own customs, culture and traditions. Art, architecture and fashion, every place in the Mediterranean country seems to have more and more.
Catholisism the most followed religion in the country. This is thanks to the fact that the Vatican City is located right in the middle of Rome.
The number one thing Italians are known for besides their Catholicism is Italian cuisine. Italian food is considered a form of art by many people around the world. If we think of Italy we immediately are reminded of every kind of pasta: fusilli, spaghetti, rigatoni, lasagne, linguine, penne and many others.
And as mentioned before, every region in Italy eats its own traditional food, which seems to be very different from others. In Northern Italy you will find hot plates like rice plates, or sausages, or a variety of potatoes and cheese. Food like like peppers, olives, eggplant garlic and ricotta cheese are common in warmer regions.
And what about business? Everyone knows how Italy is based on a family-centric culture of business. Business startups in Italy have real problems with the governmental procedures and directives about what people should really do or how to pay their own taxes.
Another interesting thing about Italy is how politics are managed throughout the country. There are still many problems in finding politicians interested in the good of the nation. So, in the past 30 years, Italians faced many problems with elected officials. In fact, citizens are facing problems such as unemployment, poverty, general degrade, and the increase of school prices.
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