Roman Aqueduct

The imposing Roman aqueducts were designed in the 5th century. B.C. because the water supply of Rome, which until then had relied on the Tiber or the wells, was no longer sufficient.

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Sicilian Jazz Marker

Members of the American Italian Federation, American Italian Cultural Center and guests dedicate a historic marker at the New Orleans Jazz Museum.

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Tarantella-tamburino

In the Italian province of Taranto, Apulia, the bite of a locally common type of wolf spider, named “tarantula” after the region, was popularly believed to be highly venomous and to lead to a hysterical condition known as tarantism. This became known as the Tarantella.

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LSU Indian Mounds

In plain sight on the Louisiana State University campus lies one of the oldest man-made structures.

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