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An accomodation form usually found in rural Italy.

Amati family
The founder of the Cremonese school of violin-making.

Amati Andrea (1500-1577)
Amati Antonio(1540-1607)
Amati Hieronymous I (1561-1630)
Amati Nicolo (1596-1684)
Amati Hieronymous II (1649-1740)

A typical pasta sauce recipe from Amatrice

What is served before the primi during an italian meal

The only, ancient Roman, surviving cookbook.

The drying process in making passito wine

A type of lobster indigenous to Italy

Archimedes of Syracuse, Sicily, an ancient savant and mathematician.

A DOP cheese made of whole cow's milk

A Italian scientist famoujs for his contributions to molecular theory, most notanbly what is known as Avogadro's law.

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