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Travel to Italy

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The essay will be an informative essay.  This means that all you are going to do is lay out information of the history.  Ex: Have an intro paragraph, 2 main body points (1. History of art and 2. History of the Roman Empire), and a conclusion paragraph.

The brochure should include a brief history of the city itself, great attractions the city has to offer, food from the region, and a brief section including your own personal opinion of the city. The history should take up 2 parts of the brochure.  The attractions should take up another 2 parts of the brochure.  The food and personal opinion sections should only be one part of the brochure.  Brochures have 3 folds and 6 spots for information.  This means that the history should have 2 spots, attractions should have 2 spots, and the other sections should just have one spot.

Be sure to add awesome visuals.

Use these websites to help you with your historical informative paper:

http://www.lifeinitaly.com/art

http://www.roman-empire.net/

Use these sites for your brochures:

Florence: http://www.tours-italy.com/florence/history_florence.htm

http://goitaly.about.com/od/florenceitaly/tp/florence.htm

http://www.travelplan.it/florence_guide_eating_drinking.htm

Venice:  http://www.veniceword.com/vehistory.html

http://www.unitedtravel.wordtravels.com/Cities/Italy/Venice/Attractions

http://www.travelplan.it/venice_guide_eating_drinking.htm

Tuscany:  http://www.tuscany-toscana.co.uk/history_of_tuscany.htm

http://www.initaly.com/regions/tuscany/tuscany.htm

http://www.welcometuscany.it/special_interest/wine_food_olive_oil/tuscan-food-recipes-italian-culinary-tuscany/index.htm

Rome: http://www.roman-empire.net/children/history.html

http://www.wordtravels.com/Cities/Italy/Rome/Attractions

http://www.rome.info/food/

Naples:  http://www.knowital.com/italy/napleshistory.html

http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-2785141-naples_things_to_do-i

http://www.travelplan.it/naples_guide_eating_drinking.htm

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