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CULTURE AND TRADITIONS

Italy has a rich culture and history, and tradition is generally very important to the Italian people. Their cultural  heritage runs from art, architecture and opera music, to folk music, popular customs and street performances.
If you want to get married in Italy, you might be interested in finding out about Italian culture and traditions, whether these be connected to weddings in Italy or not. You might want to know about traditions in the area you are visiting or for the time of year you are going. If that is the case, read on!

the language of loveSeen by many as one of the most melodic and enchanting languages in the world, the Italian language seems right at home in this beautiful country. The romance and musical sounds make it wonderful to listen to and songs in Italian are often chosen at weddings for their romantic sound.

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vespa scooterThe Vespa has become more than just a mode of transport. It is a lifestyle, a fashion statement, a symbol of Italy and a cult item as well as one of the first things we think of when we imagine life in Italy. The Vespa is flexible, timeless and perfect for zipping down narrow cobbled streets that your average gas guzzler couldn’t even fit its bonnet down...

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Amalfi paperOne of the first areas in Europe to produce paper, the Amalfi Coast was and still is famous for the quality of its hand made paper products. A wonderful way to bring the emotions and beauty of this wonderful area into communication, Amalfi paper is a beautiful gift and is perfect for wedding stationery.

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papier macheSouthern Italy was very poor in the past, and artists had very little at their disposal with which to express their creativity. The materials needed for papier maché however (originally rags, straw, glue and eggs) meant that this artform reached its peak in the Salento area of Apulia, Italy.

 

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murano glassThe island of Murano has long been prized as an area of glass production. The techniques used have always been varied and innovative, and this tendency continues to this day with a near impossible seeming range of hues and forms being produced.
Anyone who has visited Venice, and even more so Murano, is bound to have noticed the shops selling Murano glass.

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