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Flag of Italy
Capitoline Wolf
SPQR, Aquila
Lion of Saint Mark
Giuseppe Garibaldi
Michelangelo's David

Raphael's The School of Athens
Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa
Mount Etna
Pompeii
Venice
Colosseum
Tower of Pisa
Pizza
Spaghetti
Cappuccino
Dante Alighieri
Christopher Columbus
Galileo Galilei
Giuseppe Verdi
Federico Fellini
Pinocchio
Commedia dell'arte
La Scala
Fiat 500
Vespa

The List of cultural icons of Italy is a list of links to potential cultural icons of Italy.[1][2]

Art

Buildings

Dress and fashion

Emblems

Festivals, holidays

Food and beverages

History and legend

Industry, science

Literature, comics, press

Music

People

Places

Shopping, money

Sport

Television, radio, film, theatre

Transport

See also

References

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