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I have been torn between creating and not creating a page of links.
This site is NOT about exchanging websites or creating a hub for the sake of improving anybody's "pay-per-click" performance: I want this to be very clear to you while you browse these pages.
I do not write this as part of my job - I already have one - and for sure I do no claim to be anything like "Wikipedia": this site (as many others) is based on my personal passion for the topics I write about, as much as it is based on the "shoulders of the Giants".
The "Giants" are all those people who, in past and in more recent times, have significantly contributed to the development of something fundamental: from "electro magnetism"... to the collection of material relevant to Italian-Traditions.Com
The "Giants" are the people who more or less directly contribute to keep alive and increase my passion.
My objective is to provide other fellow italian traditions fans with a relevant, high quality, interesting collection of useful information about Italy's culture, the places and history: for that, I will never ask anybody to pay a single penny.
As my work here is based on personal, direct experience and on research alike, this page is not simply a tribute to some sources that have been able to spark my curiosity, but a testimony that knowledge (pretty much on ANY topic) would be NOTHING without its exchange, development and nurturing.
So, the links that you will find on this page are the ones that I BELIEVE can keep this "spark" growing and that, I am sure, will help you find even more useful and related information on the topics that you read about on I-T.Com and that can not possibly be exhaustively captured within these pages.
Human-Reviewed Web Directories
Claims to be "the most comprehensive human-reviewed directory of the Web... and I believe it!
Maybe not the most comprehensive, but it's another (good) human-edited web portal with links and listings for several hundred thousand websites.
Despite the name (that I do not like, but that's a matter of personal taste), this is another good resource for human-reviewed websites.
Looking for Italian recipes? Italian Recipe4Living has many delicious authentic Italian recipes including lasagna, spaghetti, fresh pasta sauces.
Cook in Venice, cooking classes and culinary courses in Venice, Italy.
Family Travel Scoop - Your Kid's Travel Guide to Italy
Discover an innovative new product called Fly It Quiet Activity Packs.
These are downloadable children's travel guides filled with interactive activities that teach kids all about their travel destination!
The Italy Fly It Quiet Activity Packs include lots of fun travel games including coloring pages, mazes, quizzes and word searches that teach children about Italy!
They will learn about Italian culture, food, currency, language and more!
Are you traveling to Italy with your kids? This is then perfect for you... and for them! :-)
"Sutra Directory, Your Web Search Index! Find family friendly websites categorized under topics of interest. We manually approve all listings to ensure a spam free index with only the best online resources. Webmasters can submit their websites for better exposure and a quality listing."
What I like about this tiny little site is the extreme focus on the 5 (five) most famous (in the US) italian recipes! :-)
The Spam-Free Web Search.
Italian Baptism Traditions
Curious - but intriguing - eHow page about Baptism (Christening) in Italy.
eHow - Rennet Uses
Another useful eHow reference to one of the topics dear to us... hey we're referenced too! :-)
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