Italian Culture, Genealogy And History Links
It-Schools ~ Italian Language Schools
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci - Italian Language School
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is a member of ASILS (Association of Schools of
Italian as a Second Language) and of ELITE (Excellent Language Institutions
Teachin in Europe): members of ELITE are English schools of ARELS, German
schools of IQ, SOUFFLE French schools of France, Spanish schools of AEEA
and Italian schools of ASILS). They are member of Fiyto too and are
recognised by the Italian Ministry of education. US Credits earned at the
Scuola leonardo da Vinci are widely accepted by most U.S. Colleges and
It Schools offers tourists, students and businessmen a complete list of Italian Schools that arrange
courses to learn italian in Italy and all around the world.
The schools are sorted by regions and by cities, and you can choose one or some of
them and ask them information, or you can visit their web site and decide to subscribe.
On the web since 1993 with 4000+ pages, including dozens of articles about
off-the-beaten-track locations, along with plenty of beautiful pictures.
Unforgettable accommodations, detailed itineraries, practical tips, virtual
tours, private walking tours and day trips, culinary programs, biking
excursions, advance museum reservations, car rentals and more.
The online resource for Italians, Italian Americans and enthusiasts of Italian culture. This site has everything from
travel information, food, genealogy, Italian traditions, sports, recent events, as well as
forums for cooking, language, genealogy, traditions and much more!
Links to Italian web pages with subjects of interest to viewers such as newspapers, magazines, wine, food,
genealogy, sports, portals, internet service providers. It is a section of Made in Italy On Line.
Your guide to Italian Culture on the Web. Enjoy as you learn more about
the traditions, heritage and way of life that make Italians who they are. Everything from topical news,
Italian cuisine, genealogy, travel, holidays and many more topics.
Italian Culture At About.com
Offers original articles and features about Italian culture, plus annotated
links to selected relevant internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a
subject-specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include
art, basilicas, businesses, films, genealogy, government, language, media, museums, opera,
regions, religion, sport, travel, volcanoes and wine.
La Scala Opera
Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Includes program information, news and a searchable
archive of information about 9800 artists, 2500 authors, librettists or choreographers,
over 11500 different shows, more than 5800 performances in La Scala Theatre and 170000
performances of various characters. Information in Italian and English.
Let's Roam Italy
You can visit one of the cities on the map or journey back in time to the Roman Era or Renaissance. Once you've
learned about the history and culture that make Italy such a great place, find an e-mail pal
who can tell you more about the country and "la dolce vita" that is life in Italy.
Windows On Italy
Includes a historical review of Italian theatre from its birth in medieval times
through to the post-war period, the origins of Italian cuisine, describing different styles
and influences throughout history before looking at the changes which have taken place in
20th century cuisine, as well as information on Italian Cinema: Historical Movies, Comedies,
Melodramas and Adventures, The First Stars, Italian Cinema in the 1920's and 30's, Realism
and Formalism, The Post-War Years and Neo-realism, and Post War Cinema.
Not a very large site compared to others, but it does have a message board, a limited number
of recipes, a genealogy database, music and video recommendations as well as travel packages.
Italian Culture And History
You can find the virtual history of Sicily and Venice here, as well as information
on the art and architecture of Venice, and a link to the Murano glass industry.
Pusuing Our Italian Names Together
A collection of inportant links for anyone trying to trace their Italian heritage.
One Stop Italian American
OSIA is the acronym for the Order Sons of Italy in America, the largest and longest-established Italian-American organization
in the country (founded in 1905). Its purpose is to enrich Italian heritage nationwide
through programs in education, cultural preservation, grass-roots initiatives, charitable
fundraising, and by strengthening the ties between the U.S. and Italy.
This is sort of a link directory that lists in categories Italy's best web sites
and products. Contains travel information, links to Italian food sites, sports, art and museums and
almost everything else you can think of.