Flag – Italy. Adopted in 1946, the national flag of Italy is a tricolor of green, white, and red. It was designed after the French flag which was blue, white, and green. There is no official meaning to the color scheme. Rumor has it Napoleon Bonaparte choose green because he preferred it.
The Colosseum: Rome, Italy. The Colosseum in Rome is one of the largest amphitheaters ever built in human history, stretching across six acres. At the time, it was one of the most sophisticated buildings ever constructed. The colosseum was famously used to host gladiatorial fights. Over the years, the Colosseum has been worn away by natural disasters, but it is still an icon of Imperial Rome.
The Blue Grotto: Capri, Italy. The Blue Grotto is a sea cave that is located on the island of Capri in Italy. The cave was naturally created by waves from the sea. The water is some of the clearest in the world, having a beautiful blue hue. The front of the cavern is lit up with a blue reflection, giving it a very majestic appearance. The cave itself is roughly one hundred and fifty meters deep.