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Love and understand the Italians, for the people are more marvellous than the land.
I like the world, but I feel very, very Italian. I love the small parts of my country: Tuscany, Capri in the winter. I don't like big towns.
Italy offers one the most priceless of all one's possessions - one's own soul.
Italy is now a great country to invest in ... Today we have fewer communists and those who are still there deny having been one. Another reason to invest in Italy is that we have beautiful secretaries ... superb girls.
Italy and Spain really are not my countries.
Italy's siren call lures us more and more.
The Italians live well. They have problems, like all countries, but they are well-dressed, the women are pretty.
...is there anywhere in the world as full of beauty as Italy?
Un viaggiatore americano ha scritto: "Italy is the land of human nature".
Italy Is Made of Tuff Stuff
But Italy is not an intellectual country. On the subway in Tokyo everybody reads. In Italy, they don't. Don't evaluate Italy from the fact that it produced Raphael and Michelangelo.
Italy is another Pack's territory. You're a guest; make sure that you are a polite one.
God, I hope he told Heather that.
In my father's scheme of things, there were Italians and then there was the rest of the world.
Italy has changed. But Rome is Rome.
Tiles, the best furniture, fabrics, bath fixtures, bronze - just leaf through any design magazine and you immediately understand they're all 'Made in Italy.' We have the premier opera house in the world, La Scala, and behind the Nobel given to CERN is the research of many Italians.
I first think of intelligence. You need it for surviving in Italy because Italy is so pompous.
I suppose that Italy must always lie like some lovely sunken island at the bottom of all passionate dreams, from which at the flood it may arise; the air of it is charged with subtle essences of romance. One supposes Italy must be organized for the need of lovers.
I find that other countries have this or this, but Italy is the only one that has it all for me. The culture, the cuisine, the people, the landscape, the history. Just everything to me comes together there.
Even when it comes to zippers and buttons, Italy reigns supreme. The luxury market is ours, as demonstrated by the voracity with which various foreign conglomerates are buying up the jewels of our manufacturing sector.
Sassicaia from Tuscany,
Milan. What a beautiful place to die.
No matter where I've been overseas, the food stinks, except in Italy.
What is the fatal charm of Italy? What do we find there that can be found nowhere else? I believe it is a certain permission to be human, which other places, other countries, lost long ago.
I am a product of my native land, Tuscany, Italy.
Italy is only a geographical expression.
Italy in the Seventies seems like a fascinating place.
I'm not Italian, I am Neapolitan! It's another thing!
The life in Italy is the life of a wealthy country: consumptions haven't diminished, it's hard to find seats on planes, our restaurants are full of people.
The Italians ... you can't find one who is honest.
I have the Italian flag embroidered onto all my dress-shirt cuffs. I am very proud to be Italian.
American? Indian? I don't know what these words mean. In Italy, it is all about blood, family, where you come from. I'm asked where I am from. I'm from nowhere; I always was, but now I am happy knowing it.
The Italians have their priorities right: They're driven, they do their work, but they really enjoy the day-to-day and they don't put off the enjoyment of the everyday for some future goal.
The Italians are the most civilized people. And they're very warm. Basically, they're Jews with great architecture.
There is in the DNA of the Italians a bit of madness, which in the overwhelming majority of cases is positive. It is genius. It is talent. It's the masterpieces of art. It's the food, fashion, everything that makes Italy great in the world.
The word 'Italy' is a geographical expression, a description which is useful shorthand, but has none of the political significance the efforts of the revolutionary ideologues try to put on it, and which is full of dangers for the very existence of the states which make up the peninsula.
Oh Rome! My country! City of the soul!
Italy is a dream that keeps returning for the rest of your life.
Were the Inhabitants of Italy charming as their Country, all other Regions would be depopulated I think.
I like France quite a lot, and I like Italy.
Italy is famous for fashion, food, Ferrari, and furniture - furniture was a segment where the companies in the high end are all small.
Italy is full of historical buildings. And Europe holds a great history of philosophy from Greece until today. I read all those books and see these buildings, and I think of where I stand when I design my architecture.
Maybe the whole of italy is becoming a sort of Sicily.
I spent most summers in Italy as a child either in Tuscany or at the Amalfi coast.
If I go to Germany, I learn something in addition. The German television is very precise and respectable. One has never stress. In Italy it is more dynamic. But I amuse myself madly in both countries.
Totally contrary to my genetic makeup, contrary to my usual behavior and preferences, contrary to all logic, I fell madly in love with Italy, its people and its chaos.
I am proud to be Italian because I was born in Italy, I grew up in Italy, I went to school in Italy and I have worked in Italy. I'm Italian.
Never trust an Italian. The Nazis did that, and look where it got them.
If I spoke Italian, I'd be in Italy in a minute. I love the food, I love the way people live there. I mean, it really is my idea of paradise.
We at Ferrari are a small, dynamic company, and we show what Italy can do.
You give Italy Jesus Christ and you get the Roman Catholic Church.
To penetrate into Italy is like a most fascinating act of self-discovery-back, back down the old ways of time. Strange and wonderful chords awake in us, and vibrate again after many hundreds of years of complete forgetfulness.
Whether a gastronomic tour of Italy, an elegant meal at the home of an Italian acquaintance, or "cooking Italian" back in one's own kitchen, the prospect is mouth-watering.
Thank God for the Italians, the most forgiving people of the world. And they sing so loud you can barely hear the music!
If the landscape of human emotion were to exist in country, it would be in Italy." ~Lisa Fantino/Amalfi Blue
I think I went to Italy initially for the art, architecture, food and history, but I stayed there because of the people in Cortona.
There are terrible living conditions and unhappiness, (even) where everybody is Italian.
UK - that was Britain.
I love Italian food but that's too generic a term for what's available now: you have to narrow it down to Tuscan, Sicilian, and so on.
I have never let down Italy, and I never will. I love my country, and I owe a lot to my country, and in that sense, whatever I can and will be able to do for my country, I will do.
If you stop for lunch elsewhere in the world, you tend to eat a sandwich, and a bad one. Italy is unique for the style of life. I think everyone envies it a bit.
I love places that have an incredible history. I love the Italian way of life. I love the food. I love the people. I love the attitudes of Italians.
I never really liked Italy. 'Lots of cement' is my long-standing quote.
Italy wants peace and quiet, work and calm. I will give these things with love if possible and with force if necessary.
Tell me about
your Italian journey
I am not ashamed
I wept in that country
beauty touched me
I was a child once more
in the womb of that country
I am not ashamed
I have tried to return to paradise
From Roman times to the present, Italy has been a country to fall in love with - a tribute to all that is enduring, crazy, pagan, joyous, melancholy, at once banal and divine, in the human spirit.
Germany, the diseased world's bathhouse.
There is something majestic in the bad taste of Italy.
Libya, Eritrea, Abyssinia, Somaliland, nourished by Italian taxation, comprised a vast region in which nearly a quarter of a million Italian colonists toiled, and began to thrive, under the protection of more than four hundred thousand Italian and native troops.
If there is a gratification which I envy any people in this world it is to your country [Italy] its music. This is the favorite passion of my soul, and fortune has cast my lot in a country where it is in a state of deplorable barbarism.
If Spain goes under, Italy will come under even more scrutiny.
Spain and Greece have 25%
So I am perfectly free to buy any goods that are legally sold throughout Europe, provided that they can be delivered, even though they are not legal in Italy, even because in Italy only stupidity is legal.
In Italy, I am almost seen as German for my workaholism. Also I am from Milan, the city where people work the hardest. Work, work, work - I am almost German.
I'm amazed to find those countries are in Europe.
The savings rate in Italy is high, but the markets do not trust Italy even though it's the third largest economy in the European Union and the eighth in the world.
Italy is a divided country without a center.
When life gives you twists and turns, Chique Yourself Up in Italy!
Italians come to ruin most generally in three ways, women, gambling, and farming. My family chose the slowest one.
Italians are fantastic people, really. They can work you over in an alley while singing an opera.
Erhaps it was the difference in age between the countries - America with its expansive youth, building all those drive-in movie theaters and cowboy restaurants; Italians living in endless contraction, in the artifacts of generations, in the bones of empires.
Italy and London are the only places where I don't feel to exist on sufferance.
Whenever I can, in my study, on the subway, in bed before going to sleep, I immerse myself in Italian. I enter another land, unexplored, murky. A
Every one of my buildings begins with an Italian journey.
Internet penetration in Italy is quite low and the Berlusconi media machine controls most of what people see.
My parents are Polish. I don't know anything about Italian-ness.
As long as a certain problem primarily affects a different country, in this case Italy, one might not put it at the very top of one's list of priorities.
Italy, and the spring and first love all together should suffice to make the gloomiest person happy.
Nothing except time is wasted in Italy.
Italians make you laugh and break your heart.
In America, one must be something, but in Italy one can simply be.
Playing in Italy was like being in a foreign country.
I love the Italian culture - it's a beautiful culture. I love the language, the Italian people, their music, their attitudes ... I just love it! Sometimes I think I'm an Italian trapped in a Spanish woman's body.
On the field I defend our colours, love our flag and sing our anthem. I could not be more Italian than I am now.
'Made in Italy' is from the tycoons of the '80s, not me. It is people who represent an Italy which I don't belong to and I don't feel a part of.
And I said to myself, here's the problem with the world: The Italians are too Italian, and nobody else is Italian enough.
Midnight, and love, and youth, and Italy!
the splendid manhood and womanhood of Italy
Italians know about human nature - they understand human nature perhaps better than anyone else does. They know that people are weak and greedy and lazy and dishonest and they just try to make the best of it; to work around it.
I was glad to see Italy win. All the guys on the team were Italians.
I lived in Italy for three years and wanted no part of the country's disreputable way of life.