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  1. Italians in France - Wikipedia

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    Other notable examples of Italians that played a major role in the history of France include Cardinal Mazarin, born in Pescina was a cardinal, diplomat and politician, who served as the chief minister of France from 1642 until his death in 1661.

  2. Dalmatian Italians - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Dalmatian Italians are Italians whose family comes from Dalmatia in today's Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Niccolo Tommaseo is the most famous Dalmatian Italian. He was a linguist/journalist/essayist and the editor of the first "Dizionario della Lingua Italiana".

  3. Istrian Italians - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    The Istrian Italians are the descendants of the romanized Illyrian population of Istria during the Roman Empire. During the Middle Ages they were under domination of many political states, like the Byzantine Empire and the Holy Roman Empire. But most of the time they were under the Republic of Venice, especially during the Renaissance.

  4. Italians | Article about Italians by The Free Dictionary

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    a nation (natsiia, nation in the historical sense); the basic population of Italy.In Italy there are about 54 million Italians (1971, estimate). Large groups of Italians live in other European countries (more than 2.5 million), North and South America (about 7 million), North Africa (about 200, 000), and Australia (more than 200, 000).

  5. Expat Wikipedians/Italians in Berlin - Meta

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    The main target of the contest is the "expat" community of Italians in Berlin, that count (on June 2019) on a population of circa 20,000 people. The project is organized by Wikimedia Deutschland in collaboration with users of the communities of the Italian Wikipedia and the WikiBär.

  6. What do Italians generally look like? - Quora

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    Like average Europeans- perhaps a little more brunette than our nordic friends, but still just like basic europeans. Those who are considered ethnically Italian can vary from somewhat german or french looking, to mediterranean (like southern spani...

  7. Do Italians have black heritage? - Quora

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    Define “black heritage”. And tell me why are you asking. By any chance, are you American? If you are, black heritage almost certainly means very different things to you than to an Italian.

  8. History of Italians in Australia and Melbourne

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    History of Italians in Australia. Italians have a long and proud history of living in and contributing to Australian society and culture. The Australian Department of Social Services reports the following about early Italian influence on Australian history: “Italians have long played an important role in Australia’s history.

  9. Famous Welsh Italians - Welsh Italians

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    Bruna's Book, Italians in Wales and their Cultural Representations, 1920s-2010s, available 8 March 2014: A Welsh Italian Day at the Women's Institute Bruna on BBC Radio Wales, Sunday 24th March 2013

  10. Are Italians considered white? - Quora

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    First and foremost, the TROLL going under the false ID ‘Anna Ventura’ ironically calling Jon Cervini a troll, is an obsessed sick no life spreading HIS BS all over You Tube and Quora.

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