A lighthearted quiz to test your knowledge of some of the Italy’s best known ‘icons’. Answers at the bottom of the page.
Michelangelo’s famous sculpture in the Vatican?
A currant biscuit is named after this Nationalist leader?
The ‘gentleman’s’ Ferrari?
Salami, what does the word mean?
Who are the infants that the Capitoline wolf is feeding?
A puppet that comes to life?
The “Topolino” literally as “little mouse” in Italian was made by?
Once ‘The Most Beautiful Woman in the World’?
It rivals the best Serrano ham from Spain?
He wrote the music for the original ‘spaghetti’ westerns?
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La Pieta/Garibaldi/Maserati/ the word sale (salt),terminated with ‘ame’ (collective plural), all kinds of salted meats/Romulus (founder of Rome and his brother Remus/Pinocchio/Fiat, the cinquecento/Gina Lollobrigida/Parma/Ennio Morricone