Voir en outre les conclusions que l’avocat général Poiares Maduro a présentées le 31 janvier 2008 dans l’affaire C-303/06, Coleman, point 16, et celles que j’ai prises le 24 avril 2008 dans l’affaire C-353/06, Grunkin V. anche le conclusioni dell’avvocato generale Poiares Maduro relative alla causa C-303/06, Coleman, del 31 gennaio 2008, paragrafo 16, e le mie conclusioni relative alla causa C-353/06, Grunkin e Paul, del 24 aprile 2008, paragrafi 62 e 71; inoltre, riguardo all’elemento dell’arbitrarietà nella discriminazione, v.

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During the Renaissance period Tuscany formed the Italian core region.

The largest islands of the Mediterranean, Sicily and Sardinia as well as the Lipari and the Aegadian Islands are part of the Italian State.

Wonder what's going on today with the huge Italian flag hanging from the building. Have people always been able to stand at the bottom left side of the screen before? If you're going but don't have an advance ticket, you buy your ticket INSIDE the Colosseum - just follow the queue where the barriers are (opposit the METRO exit) and ignore all the touts who are trying to sell you a guided tour with fastrack - if you say to them you just want admission and where to buy a ticket, they will send you anywhere as punishment! )In 2007, a new list of seven natural wonders for the modern world was announced and it was officially included, in 1980 it was added as a UNESCO World Heritage site, it is the Colosseum (also known as Coliseum) or Amphitheatrum Flavium, the largest, the most imposing and the best preserved amphitheatre of Ancient Rome, the emblem of Italy in the world.

The site chosen for its construction was previously occupied by the grandiose Nero's area including his ; works began under the emperor Vespasian in around 70-72 AD and were completed in 80 AD under his son Titus, the inauguration games even lasted for one hundred days; over the centuries the Colosseum has suffered different and extensive kind of damages (fires, earthquakes, neglect and so on...) so that it was frequently under restoration works; as symbol of the empire, its name seems to have come from the Nero's giant bronze statue nearby, named after the Colossus of Rhodes; even today it's huge size is still impressive: a capacity of 70000 spectators, a circonference of 527 m., the central arena is 86 m. wide, a surface of 3.357 m² and a height of 57 m., 4 floors (the first three floors are enriched by outer arcades framed by half-columns while the forth floor, the attic, is decorated with flat composite lesenes); its architectural lines and the monumental construction clearly express the features of the first imperial Rome.

The Italian east coast stretches from Trieste (Friuli-Venezia Giulia) in the north to Salento (South Apulia) in the south and is called the Adriatic Coast.

Besides Mount Vesuvius on the Italian mainland, there are other famous volcanoes such as Mount Etna in Sicily and the Lipari Stromboli.

Villa Balbianello a stately aristocratic home which has provided the setting for such recent films as the recent James Bond movie Casino Royale and the Star Wars epic Return of the Clones…

talking of Hollywood it is a well known fact that many film stars live on Lake Como and who knows you might just see George Clooney on his yacht – he has a house on Lake Como!

Paisiello left Russia in 1784, and, after producing "Il Re Teodoro" at Vienna, entered the service of Ferdinand IV of Naples, where he composed many of his best operas, including "Nina" and "La Molinara".