Sunday, January 22, 2012

Italians are blessed to live in a spectacular country

 Sahit Muja: Italy
 Sahit Muja: Italians are blessed to live in a spectacular country.
Economy: Italy has been renowned for its tourism, food, wines and marble since Roman times.
Italy was economically at the forefront of the ancient and medieval world
Marble is a metamorphic rock, composed mainly of dolomite. The famous Massa and Carrara mines are a rich source of marble
Agriculture - products:   
fruits, vegetables, grapes, potatoes, sugar beets, soybeans, grain, olives; beef, dairy products; fish
 Industries:  tourism, machinery, iron and steel, chemicals, food processing, textiles, motor vehicles, clothing, footwear, ceramics
Italy  is one of the greatest  country on earth.With 44 sites, Italy has more Unesco World Heritage sites than any other country on earth.

From, museums, art to food, from stunning, beaches and countryside to flamboyant fashion, Italy has it all. This is the country that brought us amazing  food cooking recipe's.

Italians has been devoted to the promotion of fresh products and fine traditional, cooking. 
Italy's  great cities of art  like Rome, Venice and Florence, have been attracting visitors for centuries, and with good reason.

Milan the country’s financial hub, has created one of Europe’s biggest and most modern trade fairs and is planning a major residential development, the CityLife complex, in the heart of the city.

 Alongside Italy’s art treasures, you’ll find plenty to keep you busy in the countryside.
You can ski in the Alps, hike the Dolomites or dive off Sardinia' s golden coast.

Adrenalin junkies can catch fireworks on Sicily’s volatile volcanoes.
 But as much as all of this, a trip to Italy is about lapping up the lifestyle.

It’s about idling over a coffee at a street side cafe or lingering over a long lunch in the hot Mediterranean sun.

In addition, you will experience authentic Italian cuisine, and sample some of the fine wines of the world. Italians are blessed to live in a spectacular country.

Sahit Muja
President and CEO
Albanian Minerals
New York

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