"Memorial Day" Is not a National Holiday in Italy

Memorial Day is an American national holiday, which is observed on the last Monday of May. It commemorates all American men and women in the military who have sacrificed their lives to protect and defend the country’s freedom. Italy recognizes its Fallen Soldiers every year on November 4th on a day called “La Guerra dei Caduti e delle Forze Armate” (The War of the Fallen Soldiers and of the Armed Forces). In 1919, at the end of World War I, November 4th had been declared a national holiday; however, for economic reasons and to increase the number of working days, in 1977 the Italian government issued law #54 and changed that. Although Italians have not observed Memorial Day as a national

"La dolce vita" (the sweet life) in Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT with Lingua e Cucina

An evening with Lingua e Cucina at Quartina’s Restaurant downtown SoNo for a “mix “of Italian language and culture and an array of tasty and flavorful Italian regional food. Thanks to Italian study programs created, personalized and offered by Lingua e Cucina in Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT, students can enjoy and experience “la dolce vita” (the sweet life) of Italians right here in the area without the need to travel to Italy. They are trained to practice the beautiful Italian language with native Italians; they can enjoy and taste Italian regional food and wine, as well as Italian beer, and immerse in the Italian culture to better understand the way of thinking and doing of the Italian pe

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