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Happy 150th Birthday Italy!

Google says Happy Birthday Italy

Thanks for the food, wine, coffee, prosecco, art, culture, music, wonderful landscapes, monuments, Italian design, gorgeous cars and motorbikes, boats, good people, grappa, pasta, pizza, lasagne, Gorgonzola, Nutella, Falcone, Borsellino, Roberto Begnini, Roberto Saviano, Beppe Grillo, Mario Draghi, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, Sophia Loren, Tods, Armani, Dolce and Gabana, Lamborghini, Maserati, Bimota, Moto Guzzi, Ducati, Valentino Rossi, Laverda, Da Vinci, Rome, Venice, Florence, Turin, Bergamo, Bologna, Modena, Ferrara, Genoa, Naples, Palermo, Capri, Lavazza plus everything and everyone else that is Italian and good too!

Google has done its bit and posted a Happy 150th anniversary of Italy graphic on its Google.com and Google.it search home pages, I noticed.

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If you cannot see it, here is a screen shot:

Google says Happy Birthday Italy
Google says Happy Birthday Italy

Happy Birthday Italy from BlogfromItaly.com too!

Via Paolo Sarpi in Milan Celebrates 150 Years of Italy
Via Paolo Sarpi in Milan Celebrates 150 Years of Italy

Many happy returns Italy!

Here’s to Italy’s 200th anniversary!

PS Without Italy, this blog would not exist.

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