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Why is Santa Called Babbo Natale in Italian?

Why is Santa Claus Called Babbo Natale in Italian? In Italian, "Santa Claus" is translated as "Babbo Natale." The word "Babbo" is a familiar term...

Italian Carnival in Venice: Prepare to be Mesmerized

The Italian Carnival in Venice: a Centuries-Old Tradition The Italian Carnival in Venice is a centuries-old tradition that attracts thousands of visitors each year. The...

Discover the Fascinating History and Traditions of Ferragosto in Italy

What is Ferragosto in Italy? Ferragosto is a public holiday celebrated on August 15th in Italy, marking summer's height. It is a time for Italians...

Italian Tradition? Maybe Not. (That’s Amore)

There are some traditions and customs that people from all over the world believe to be Italian, but that in reality are virtually unknown...

The Return of The Chestnut Man (That’s Amore)

This time's episode is all about one of Italy's favorite traditions: the arrival, during the month of October especially in smaller cities, of the...

The Miracle of San Gennaro

Our friends Jim and Carla were in Naples, Italy, a few days ago, just at the right time to witness one of the most...

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