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A TASTE OF ITALY

When Italy is mentioned, certain clichés spring to mind: steaming bowls of fresh pasta sprinkled with parmesan, towering, ornate basilicas, cobblestoned alleys, checkered tablecloths, people talking more with their hands than their mouths.

While many stereotypes do apply nationwide, it’s easy to forget how much this country varies from region to region. And while a love for food, a passion for family life and a common language may unite Italy, there are many things that divide it – in the best and most fascinating way.

Two great cities that personify these regional differences are Venice and Naples. As in so many countries, the north/south divide makes for interesting comparisons in food, culture, people, traditions, architecture and even

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