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List Of Italian Cheeses
This is a list of Italian cheeses. Italy
Italy
is one of the most productive cheese regions, with well over 450 varieties
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Pecorino Romano
Pecorino
Pecorino
Romano (Italian pronunciation: [pekoˌriːno roˈmaːno]) is a hard, salty Italian cheese, often used for grating, made out of sheep's milk (the Italian word pecora, from which the name derives, means sheep). Pecorino
Pecorino
Romano was a staple in the diet for the legionaries of ancient Rome. Today, it is still made according to the original recipe and is one of Italy's oldest cheeses. Most of its production occurs in Sardinia. On the first of May, Roman families traditionally eat pecorino with fresh fava beans during a daily excursion in the Roman Campagna
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Bardonecchia
Bardonecchia
Bardonecchia
(French: Bardonèche or Bardonnèche; Occitan: Bardonecha) is an Italian town and comune located in the Metropolitan City of Turin, in the Piedmont
Piedmont
region, in the western part of Susa Valley. It grew out of a small village with the works for the Frejus Rail Tunnel, the first crossing the Alps
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Meran
Merano
Merano
(Italian pronunciation: [meˈraːno]  listen (help·info)) or Meran (German pronunciation: [merˈaˑn]) is a town and comune in South Tyrol, northern Italy. Generally best known for its spa resorts, it is located within a basin, surrounded by mountains standing up to 3,335 metres (10,942 feet) above sea level, at the entrance to the Passeier Valley
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Vinschgau
The Vinschgau
Vinschgau
(Italian: Val Venosta [ˈval veˈnɔsta], German: Vinschgau, Romansh: Vnuost, Ladin: Val Venuesta, medieval: Finsgowe) or Vinschgau
Vinschgau
Valley[1] is the upper part of the Adige
Adige
or Etsch river valley, in the western part of the province of South Tyrol, Italy.Contents1 Etymology 2 Geography 3 Subdivision 4 References 5 External linksEtymology[edit] The German name Vinschgau, like Italian Val Venosta, is derived from the Celtic (Rhaetian) Venostes tribes mentioned on the ancient Tropaeum Alpium
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Sorrentine Peninsula
The Sorrento
Sorrento
Peninsula
Peninsula
or Sorrentine Peninsula
Peninsula
is a peninsula located in southern Italy
Italy
that separates the Gulf of Naples
Gulf of Naples
to the north from the Gulf of Salerno
Gulf of Salerno
to the south.Contents1 Geography1.1 Overview 1.2 Municipalities2 Transportation2.1 Airports3 See also 4 References 5 External linksGeography[edit] Overview[edit] The peninsula is named after its main town, Sorrento, which is located on the north (Gulf of Naples) coast. The Amalfi Coast
Amalfi Coast
is located on the southern side. The Lattari Mountains
Lattari Mountains
form the geographical backbone of the peninsula. The island of Capri
Capri
lies off the western tip of the peninsula in the Tyrrhenian Sea
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Province Of Naples
The Province of Naples
Naples
(Italian: Provincia di Napoli, Napulitano: Pruvincia 'e Nàpule) was a province in the Campania
Campania
region of southern Italy; since January 2015 has been replaced by the Metropolitan City of Naples.Contents1 Demographics 2 Tourism 3 Sport 4 References 5 External linksDemographics[edit] The province of Naples
Naples
is the most densely populated in Italy. At the 2013 census were all located in the province, as were 10 of the top 15
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Pralungo
Pralungo is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Biella in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 70 kilometres (43 mi) northeast of Turin and just north of Biella. The municipality of Pralungo contains the frazioni (subdivisions, mainly villages and hamlets) Valle and Sant'Eurosia. Pralungo borders the following municipalities: Biella, Sagliano Micca, Tollegno. References[edit]^ All demographics and other statistics: Italian statistical institute Istat.v t ePiedmont · Comuni of the Province of BiellaAiloche Andorno Micca Benna Biella Bioglio Borriana Brusnengo Callabiana Camandona Camburzano Campiglia Cervo Candelo Caprile Casapinta Castelletto Cervo Cavaglià Cerreto Castello Cerrione Coggiola Cossato Crevacuore Crosa Curino Donato Dorzano Gaglianico Gifflenga Graglia Lessona Magnano Massazza Masserano Mezzana Mortigliengo Miagliano Mongrando Mosso Mottalciata Muzzano Netro Occhieppo Inferiore Occhieppo Superiore Pettinengo Piatto Piedicava
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Biella
Biella
Biella
[[ˈbjɛlla] listen (help·info)] (Latin: Bugella) is a town and comune in the northern Italian region of Piedmont, the capital of the province of the same name, with a population of 44 616 as of 1-1-2017[update]. It is located about 80 kilometres (50 miles) northeast of Turin
Turin
and about 80 kilometres (50 miles) west-northwest of Milan. It lies in the foothills of the Alps, in the Bo mountain range near Mt. Mucrone and Camino, an area rich in springs and lakes, the heart of the Biellese Alps
Alps
irrigated by several mountain streams: the Elvo to the west of the town, the Oropa
Oropa
and the Cervo to the east. Nearby natural and notable tourist attractions include the Zegna Viewpoint, the Bielmonte Ski Resort, Burcina Natural Reserve, and the moors to the south of town. The Sanctuary of Oropa
Oropa
is a site of religious pilgrimages
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Ricotta
Ricotta
Ricotta
(pronounced [riˈkɔtta] in Italian) is an Italian whey cheese made from sheep, cow, goat, or Italian water buffalo
Italian water buffalo
milk whey left over from the production of cheese. Like other whey cheeses, it is made by coagulating the proteins that remain after the casein has been used to make cheese, notably albumin and globulin. Ricotta
Ricotta
(literally meaning "recooked") protein can be harvested if the whey is first allowed to become more acidic by additional fermentation (by letting it sit for 12–24 hours at room temperature). Then the acidified whey is heated to near boiling. The combination of low pH and high temperature denatures the protein and causes it to precipitate, forming a fine curd
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Sauze D’Oulx
Sauze d'Oulx is a town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Turin, Piedmont (northern Italy) located 80 kilometres from Turin in the Val di Susa, at the foot of Monte Genevris (2,536 m). It was the site of the freestyle skiing events of the 2006 Olympic Winter Games. Together with the villages of Pragelato, Sestriere, Claviere, Cesana Torinese, San Sicario and Montgenèvre, in France, it makes up the Via Lattea (Milky Way) skiing area. Since the beginning of the 19th century, Sauze d'Oulx has been a destination for the Turin aristocracy, with its famous winter resort Sportinia and is still a skiing favourite because of its natural and accessible location. History[edit]Chapel of Sant'Antonio abate in JouvenceauxArchaeological findings have proved the presence of Celtic settlements in the pre-Roman age. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, in the Middle Ages it was owned by the Novalesa Abbey and then by the prevosts of Oulx
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Cesana Torinese
Cesana Torinese
Cesana Torinese
(French Césanne) is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Turin
Metropolitan City of Turin
in the Italian region Piedmont, located about 70 kilometres (43 mi) west of Turin, on the border
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Val Di Susa
The Susa Valley (Italian: Val di Susa, French: Val de Suse, Occitan: Val d'Ors) is a valley in the Metropolitan City of Turin, Piedmont region of northern Italy, located between the Graian Alps in the north and the Cottian Alps in the south. It is the longest valley in Italy. It extends over 50 km (31 mi) in an east-west direction from the French border to the outskirts of Turin. The valley takes its name from the city of Susa which lies in the valley
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Province Of Turin
The former Province of Turin
Turin
(Italian: Provincia di Torino; Piemontese: Provincia ëd Turin; French: Province de Turin) was a province in the Piedmont
Piedmont
region of Italy. Its capital was the city of Turin. The province existed until 31 December 2014, when it was replaced by the Metropolitan City of Turin.Contents1 Geography 2 Economy 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksGeography[edit] It had an area of 6,830 km2 (2,640 sq mi),[1] and a total population of 2,306,676 (30 June 2011).[2] There were 316 comuni in the province[3] – the most of any province in Italy
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Bagolino
Bagolino is a comune in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy, Italy, in the valley of the river Caffaro, on the right side of Valle Sabbia. Bagolino is known for the cheese named Bagòss and the carnival. Similar to grana padano, Bagòss is a salty cheese with traces of natural mold at times. The village retains its medieval appearance, with houses crowded and winding streets, arcades, squares, fountains, ancient buildings and narrow stairs that go up to the church of St
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Bel Paese
Bel paese (or Belpaese) (IPA: [ˌbɛl paˈeːze]) is the classical poetical appellative for Italy, meaning the "beautiful country" in Italian, due to its mild weather, cultural heritage and natural endowment. The usage of the term originated in the Middle Ages, being used by Dante and Petrarch:del bel paese là dove 'l sì suona, — Dante, Divine Comedy: Inferno, canto XXXIII, line 80Of the fair land there where the 'Sì' doth sound, — Dante, Divine Comedy: Inferno, translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellowil bel paese ch'Appennin parte e 'l mar circonda e l'Alpe— Petrarch, Canzoniere, CXLVI, lines 13-14that fair country the Apennines divide, and Alps and sea surround— Petrarch, Canzoniere, translation by A.S
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