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Title: SOCRATESCOMENIUS 1 SCHOOL PROJECT


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SOCRATES-COMENIUS 1 SCHOOL PROJECT
  • FUTURE CITIZENS OF THE E. U.
  • CIRCOLO DIDATTICO DI S. A. LI BATTIATI
  • ITALY
  • 2005-2006

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The Italian Republic
  • FLAG AND COAT OF ARMS OF ITALY
  • NATIONAL ITALIAN ANTHEM
  • REGIONAL COATS OF ARMS

3
This is Italy. Italy is a Country. We live in
Italy.
Italy is divided into 20 Regions.
4
This is Sicily. We live in Sicily.
Sicily is one of Italys Regions.
5
Each Italian Region is broken down into
Provinces. In Sicily there are nine
Provinces. We live in the Province of Catania.
6
This is the Province of Catania.
7
Each Italian Province is made up of many
Districts. We live in the district of S. A. Li
Battiati.
8
This is the District of SantAgata Li Battiati,
where we live.
9
Flag of
Italy
10
Flag of Italy
The flag of Italy is a green, white and red
vertical tricolor. This flag was officially
adopted on June 18, 1946, when Italy became a
republic and the monarchy ended after World War 2.
11
Coat of Arms of Italy
The Italian Coat of Arms is made up with 3
elements the star, the cogwheel, the oak and the
olive branches. The white five-pointed star
represents Italy (this is a traditional
symbology). The cogwheel symbolizes work and
progress. The encircling oak branch represents
strength and the olive branch represents peace.
The two branches are united by a ribbon with the
writing REPUBBLICA ITALIANA.
12
Coats of Arms
Regional
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Aosta Valley
The coat of arms is sable a lion argent tongued
and armed gules, the shield being surmounted by
an antic crown on.
14
Piedmont
The coat of arms is red with a white cross and a
superimposed blue LAMBEL the whole is surrounded
by a blue border. The azure lambel shows the arms
of Savoy, the prince of Piedmont who was the
traditional title of the eldest son of the King.
15
Liguria
The coat of arms depicts a Caravel, which was
used by Christopher Columbus. It is a silver
vessel with a white sail charged with a red cross
and four silver stars in each canton.
16
Lombardy
The coat of arms is green with a white device
called ROSA CAMUNA, a kind of cross which
should represent a prehistoric drawing made by
Camuni, a people who lived in the Lombard Camuna
Valley. The colours, white and green, stand for
the main characteristic of the Lombard region
water and vegetation.
17
Trentino-South Tyrol
The coat of arms is quartered in the first and
the fourth, argent a Trento eagle sable armed or
in the second and the third, argent an eagle of
Tyrol gules armed or.
18
Veneto
The coat of arms is a landscape with the sky in
blue with the writing Regione del Veneto, the
sea in blue, the mountains in brown and a plain
in green on which stands the lion of Saint Mark
having its right paw on an open book on which is
written Pax tibi Marce evangelista meus. The
coat of arms is in a squarish form and the seven
coats of arms of the capital cities of the
regional provinces are on the seven cut tongues
at the bottom.
19
Friuli-Venezia Giulia
The coat of arms is azure a golden eagle taking
flight on a mural crown argent.
20
Emilia-Romagna
The coat of arms is a white square fimbriated
green with a stylized shape of the region in
green. The Po and Via Emilia are represented
in this coat of arms the river is the curved
line, the street is the straight line. The green
colour stands for the plain (the Po valley).
21
Tuscany
The coat of arms is a sannitic shield, gules a
Pegasus argent. The Pegasus image has been taken
from a coin made by the Florentine artist
Benvenuto Cellini in 1537. This coin can be seen
in the National Museum Bargello in Florence.
White and red have been the traditional colors
of Toscana since long time.
22
Marche
The coat of arms has the shape of a white shield
bordered green with a big black M in the
middle, which left part represent a stylized
woodpecker. The ancient people of Piceni
considered the woodpecker a holy bird.
23
Umbria
The coat of arms is a stylized and graphical
representation of the three candles of the city
of Gubbio, in red colour fimbriated white on a
white rectangular field. The three candles, the
Ceri, wood towers of about 500 kg and 5 meters
high, are used in the historical-folkloristic
fest of St. Ubaldo, celebrated since 13th
century, on 15th May, in Gubbio (Umbria).
24
Latium
The coat of arms is an octagon fimbriated in gold
with nine fields. Four of them represent the
Italian colours and the five other the coat of
arms of the five provinces of the region in
saltire.
25
Abruzzo
The coat of arms is a sannitic shield. It is
divided into three transversal stripes white ,
green and blue. The white color, on the left
top, represents the snowy mountains, the green
in the middle the woods and the hills, and the
blue the sea of Abruzzo.
26
Molise
The coat of arms is red with an argent diagonal
stripe and a eight-pointed star of the same in
the corner. The star was the symbol of the
ancient province of Molese.
27
Campania
The coat of arms is white with a red diagonal
stripe. It is really the coat of arms of the
ancient maritime republic, Amalfi.
28
Apulia
The coat of arms is of sannitic shape azure with
a red octagon surcharged by a smaller argent
octagon with an olive tree in the middle in
natural colors. The shield is surmounted by a
golden crown. The olive tree represents the main
agricultural product of the region, as well as a
symbol of peace. The red octagon represents
Castel del Monte , a famous castle built by
order of Federico II, (who is symbolized by the
crown). The five green circles at the top of the
shield represent the province of the region.
29
Basilicata
The coat of arms is a white field with four azure
waves. The four waves represent the four major
rivers of the region Agri, Basento, Bradano and
Sinni.
30
Calabria
The coat of arms depicts four symbols. The pine
is a typical tree of the woods of Sila. The
column with a capital, on a wavy line, represents
the Greek people, arrived from the sea. The
Byzantine cross and the Catholic cross represent
the meeting between the East and the West, which
has been a characteristic in the history of the
region.
31
Sicily
The coat of arms is yellow and red, with a
three-legged emblem charged with the head of a
gorgon in flesh color. The three legs joined in
the centre are in reference to the triangular
shape of the island. The head of a Gorgon has two
wings at her sides and hair is replaced by
snakes. Three heads of wheat recall that, in
Roman times, Sicily was a very fertile land,
nicknamed the granary of Italy.
32
Sardinia
The coat of Arms is white with a red cross and
four moors heads in each canton. Around each head
a white scarf is tied, with the knots behind the
heads. They intend to represent Moorish kings
defeated by the King of Aragon Peter I in the
battle of Alcoraz(1096). The battle was won with
the help of St. George, therefore the red cross,
who abandoned on the battle field the heads of
the four defeated Moorish kings.
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The Italian National Anthem
The music of the Italian National Anthem was
composed in 1847 by Michele Novaro, to words by
the young poet and patriot, Goffredo Mameli, in a
climate of popular struggle for unification and
independence of Italy. It became one of the most
famous patriotic songs of the Risorgimento. This
song, known as the LInno di Mameli has been
the National Anthem of the Republic of Italy
since 1948.
Goffredo Mameli
Michele Novaro
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The Italian Anthem, as performed in every
official occasion, is composed by the first part
and the chorus, repeated twice, then ends with a
loud Si! (Yes!)
  • Brothers of Italy,
  • Italy has awakened,
  • with Scipio's helmet
  • She has bound her head.
  • Where is Victory?
  • Let her bow down,
  • For God has made her
  • Rome's slave.
  • CHORUS
  • Let us join in cohort,
  • We are ready to die!
  • We are ready to die!
  • Italy has hailed!
  • Let us join in cohort,
  • We are ready to die!
  • We are ready to die!
  • Italy has hailed!
  • Fratelli d'Italia,
  • l'Italia s'è desta,
  • dell'elmo di Scipio
  • s'è cinta la testa.
  • Dov'è la Vittoria?
  • Le porga la chioma,
  • che schiava di Roma
  • Iddio la creò.
  • CORO
  • Stringiamoci a coorte,
  • Siam pronti alla morte.
  • Siam pronti alla morte,
  • l'Italia chiamò.
  • Stringiamoci a coorte,
  • Siam pronti alla morte.
  • Siam pronti alla morte,
  • l'Italia chiamò!
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