Guide Book for the 150th Anniversary of Italy

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This year marks the 150th anniversary of Italian unification. To celebrate, an ambitious program of exhibits, events, and parties is organized in Torino. A new e-book, "Celebrating Italy: A Local's Guide to Torino and the 150th Anniversary of Italian Unification," is the best way to experience the celebrations.

Italy was formed as the nation we know today 150 years ago. To celebrate the anniversary of unification, the first capital city, Torino (Turin) was selected to host a staggering series of exhibits and events. The program, called Experience Italy, runs from mid-March to late November.

The festivities are as varied and diverse as the Italian people they celebrate, making the new electronic guide book "Celebrating Italy: A Local's Guide to Torino and the 150th Anniversary of Italian Unification," and indispensable companion to anyone looking to visit Italy this year.

Award winning freelance journalist and author James Sajo has lived in Italy more than 18 years. In 2006, he carried the Olympic Flame on its journey to Torino and the Winter Olympics. He has published three other guide books on Italy and has published hundreds of articles about Italy in newspapers and magazines.

The e_book is packed with practical information, including descriptions of the main exhibits, a comprehensive list of hotels and restaurants in Torino, details on public transportation, hints on how to get the best deal, a useful glossary of Italian words and phrases, and a list of helpful web sites.

The book sells for $4.99 and is available on


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