Statistics for Which City in Italy?

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DescriptionCity% Correct
Capital of ItalyRome
100%
Home to many fashion labels including Armani and ValentinoMilan
97%
Third biggest city in Italy. Where pizza comes from.Naples
96%
World Heritage city which has considered capping the number of touristsVenice
96%
Capital of Piedmont. Headquarters of Fiat.Turin
88%
Where Dante and Machiavelli were bornFlorence
83%
"Romeo and Juliet" was set hereVerona
75%
Christopher Columbus's hometownGenoa
74%
Capital of SicilyPalermo
74%
Home of the world's oldest university, founded in 1088Bologna
69%
Birthplace of Galileo GalileiPisa
66%
City that gives its name to a type of ham and a type of cheeseParma
62%
City near Switzerland that is on a lake of the same nameComo
53%
The largest city in Italy's heelBari
51%
Easternmost city in northern ItalyTrieste
45%
Capital of SardiniaCagliari
41%
Sicilian city which was once the largest Greek colonySyracuse
37%
Formerly part of Austria, it was the site of an ecumenical council in the 1500sTrento
30%
Capital of the Roman Empire during its dying days which
is known for its mosaics
Ravenna
26%
City in Italy's heel which was the southern terminus of the Appian WayBrindisi
22%

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