Quiz: Only An Italian Can Ace This Holiday Traditions Quiz. Can You?

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Do you know about Italian Holidays?

Holidays in Italy are completely wonderful and spectacular since the traditions are quite grand! What do you know about these holidays?

 Dec 12, 2018

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In Italy, what is Easter Sunday called?
Palm Sunday

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How long do most Italian's Christmas holidays last?
December 1 through December 31
December 25 only
December 24 through January 6

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When is the holiday of Santo Stefano celebrated?
October 26
December 26
June 26

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On November 1st, what Italian holiday is celebrated to honor Catholic saints?
Every Saints' Day
Holy Saints' Day
All Saints' Day

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In Italy, what holiday is celebrated on January 6th to show adoration of the biblical Magi?

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In Italy, Valentine's Day is also known as:
Heart's Day
The Romantic Exchange
Festival of Lovers

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What holiday, similar to Independence Day, is celebrated on April 25th?
Freedom Day
Liberation Day
Sundance Day

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What is Carnevale?
The holiday two days before Thanksgiving
The celebration before lent that is filled with sweet treats and costumes
The celebration of Fourth of July

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International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8th in Italy. What is this holiday called?
La Dia De Muchacha
La Festa delle Donne
La Nina y Senorita

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June 2nd marks the birth and unification of the Italian Republic. What is this holiday called?
Nuovo Inizio
The Festa della Repubblica
Unità D'Italia

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During holidays which saints are heavily celebrated in Rome, Italy?
Saints Frances and Damian
Saints Peter and Paul
Saints John and Anthony

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How do Italians banish bad luck on New Year's Eve?
Dancing on top of the kitchen table!
Adopting new pets!
Throwing old pots out the window!

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During holidays which saint is heavily celebrated in Venice, Italy?
Saint Nick
Saint Elizabeth
Saint Mark

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What do Italians wear on New Year's eve to ring in good luck?
Red underwear
White shoes
Yellow hats

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During holidays which saint is heavily celebrated in Florence, Italy?
Saint John the Baptist
Saint Westerly
Saint Dominic

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What will you typically see in the sky on New Year's Eve in Italy?
Remote Control Airplanes
Paper Lanterns

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During holidays which saint is heavily celebrated in Milan, Italy?
Saint Ambrogio
Saint Agatha
Saint Thomas

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True or false: The entire country of Italy celebrates The Fourth of July.
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Any American knows what the holidays are like in the United States! It's the way Italians do holidays over in Italy that is so interesting and intriguing. In America, people celebrate the New Year by watching a giant ball drop in the city of New York with fireworks and champagne! In America, people celebrate Valentine's Day by gifting their significant other with flowers, chocolates, teddy bears, and romantic dinners! In America, people celebrate St. Patrick's Day by drinking beer, partying at local pubs and bars, and wearing green! In America, people celebrate Easter by setting up egg hunts for their little ones and attending church services! In America, people celebrate Memorial Day by parading around the American flag and spending time at home off of work! In America, people celebrate Mother's Day and Father's Day by spoiling their parents with breakfast in bed and other thoughtful presents! In America, people celebrate the Fourth of July with barbecued hot dogs and colorful fireworks in the night sky! In America, people celebrate Halloween by dressing up in silly, sexy, or scary costumes to go partying or trick-or-treating! In America, people celebrate Thanksgiving by enjoying a feast with their families and sharing with each other about the things they are grateful for! In America, people celebrate Christmas by purchasing thoughtful gifts for each other, sipping hot chocolate, and singing Christmas carols! That's how things are done in the states! But how are things done in Italy? Take this quiz if you know about Italian holiday traditions!