More than half of Italians haven’t listened of Rialto Bridge

The intolerable formula of a consult sponsored by a drinks company, Bibite Sanpelligrino, have suggested how small some Italians know about a resources of informative birthright in their midst.

Some 56 percent of those surveyed pronounced they had never listened of Venice’s famous Rialto Bridge while 6 out of 10 trust that Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper’ is in Florence, and not Milan.

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Equally obscure is that a vast series of those questioned compared Alberobello, a city in Puglia famous for a singular trulli homes, with a former Formula One racing driver, Michele Alboreto, and consider Certosa di Pavia, a nunnery in Lombardy, is a form of cheese.

Meanwhile, 53 percent consider a Cascate dell Marmore, a manmade rapids combined by a ancient Romans, is in a Alps and not in a executive Italian segment of Umbria, and 39 percent trust Sicily’s Valley of a Temples is indeed in Egypt.

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Some 4,000 people, aged between 18 and 65, took partial in a study.

Italian group fared a worst, with 56 percent revelation that they didn’t know of their country’s many famous tourism and birthright sights, compared with 48 percent of women.

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