Top Italian Regions by GDP: A Comprehensive List

List of Italian regions by GDP (2021) In 2021, the gross domestic product of Italy was 1.78 trillion euros, an increase of more than 20 … Read more

What happens if Mount Vesuvius erupts again?

What happens if Mount Vesuvius erupts again?

“The Vesuvius is in front of me. Now it is blazing and smoking. What an extraordinary sight! imagine an enormous firework that does not stop for even a minute” Nicolaj V. Gogol’, 1838

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The bridge to nowhere in Naples

A 2014 report by Italian government estimates that more than 3 billion has already been spent on 693 unfinished (and abandoned) structures in Italy.

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Horse street racing

Illegal Horse Street Racings videos in Italy

Roads near Mount Etna have been shut down in order to establish private racetracks for high-speed horse racing events. This development has led to a surge in the number of YouTube videos showcasing horse-drawn carriages, or gigs, reaching incredible speeds on urban streets. The criminal exploitation of horses is not a new phenomenon, though it has often been kept hidden from public view.

Law enforcement officials, while initially conducting searches for weapons and drugs, have occasionally stumbled upon horses being used in illicit activities. These instances often involve doping, animal abuse, and money being raised through illegal betting on street races. In addition to these concerns, there have also been reports of horse meat being sold on the black market after being improperly butchered.

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songs of the Camorra

9 videos of the songs of the Camorra, italian mafia

Like the stereotypical vision of Coppola’s film about the Mafia, the soundtrack of Camorra is based on the romantic notes of neomelodic, a musical style originating from Naples, whose representatives are sometimes tied to criminal circles.

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