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Is it true that In Italy, people will wear red underwear on New Year's Day as a symbol of good luck for the upcoming year? Does the phrase "into the mouth of the wolf" mean "good luck!” in Italy? Is it true that Italy’s national bird is the Woodpecker? Find the answers to these amazing facts and more here!
TRUE Fact #1: In Italy, people will wear red underwear on New Year's Day as a symbol of good luck for the upcoming year. TRUE Fact #2: In Italy, the phrase "into the mouth of the wolf" means "good luck!" FALSE Fact #3: Italy’s national bird is the Woodpecker. FALSE Fact #4: Passers-by claim that voices can be heard while crossing the Rialto Bridge after midnight. TRUE Fact #5: There's a town in Italy that doesn't get sunlight for 84 days a year. They've solved this problem with a giant mirror FALSE Fact #6: During her childhood, Donatella Versace was not allowed to choose her own clothes. TRUE Fact #7: In ancient Rome, it was considered a sign of leadership to be born with a crooked nose. TRUE Fact #8: An Italian town was intentionally submerged to create a lake. FALSE Fact #9: It is very common to walk cats in Milan. TRUE Fact #10: In Italy, you can adopt old people. FALSE Fact #11: You can buy Stacy Malibu dolls in Italy. FALSE Fact #12: During the Roman Empire, warriors would eat squirrels.