Italienische - translation to English
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Italienische - translation to English

BOOK FROM JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE
Italienische Reise
  • The [[Gulf of Naples]] with a view of [[Vesuvius]], by Goethe's artist friend [[Christoph Heinrich Kniep]]<ref>Goethe visited [[Paestum]] accompanied by painter [[Christoph Heinrich Kniep]], who was introduced to him by the artist [[Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein]]; Kniep will go with him to [[Sicily]] and there produce many drawings for Goethe.</ref>
  • Tischbein]]'s flat, today a museum on the ''Italian Journey'' in [[Via del Corso]] 18, Rome
  • Portrait of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe by Angelica Kauffmann, 1787
  • Goethe's house]] in Weimar
  • Goethe's Italian Journey between September 1786 and May 1788

Italienische      
n. Italian, language of Italy
Italienisch      
n. Italian, language of Italy
Italian pasta         
  • Taqwīm al-sihha}} by [[Ibn Butlan]]<ref name=Watson>Watson, Andrew M (1983). ''Agricultural innovation in the early Islamic world''. New York: [[Cambridge University Press]]. p. 22–23</ref>
  • Pasta made from [[durum]] wheat
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  • Typical products shop in [[Naples]] with pasta on display
  • A small hand-cranked pasta machine designed to sheet fresh pasta dough and cut [[tagliatelle]]
  • A pasta machine in use
  • Three different colors of rotini
ITALIAN FOOD MADE FROM FLOUR, EGGS AND WATER AND SHAPED IN DIFFERENT FORMS, USUALLY COOKED AND SERVED WITH A SAUCE
Pastasciutta; Pastas; Common pasta; Pasta in Italian cuisine; Dried pasta; Italian paste; Pasta maker; Pasta dish; The History of Pasta; Pasta secca; Chicken pasta; Chicken Pasta; Whole wheat pasta; Fresh pasta; Draft:Italian pasta; Italian pasta; Morphing pasta; Dry pasta; History of pasta; Italian noodles; Pasta water; Macaroni product
italienische Pasta, italienische Teigwaren

Wikipedia

Italian Journey

Italian Journey (in the German original: Italienische Reise [itaˈli̯eːnɪʃə ˈʁaɪzə]) is Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's report on his travels to Italy from 1786 to 1788 that was published in 1816 & 1817. The book is based on Goethe's diaries and is smoothed in style, lacks the spontaneity of his diary report and is augmented with the addition of afterthoughts and reminiscences.

At the beginning of September 1786, when Goethe had just turned 37, he "slipped away", in his words, from his duties as Privy Councillor in the Duchy of Weimar, from a long platonic affair with a court lady and from his immense fame as the author of the novel The Sorrows of Young Werther and the stormy play Götz von Berlichingen, and he took what became a licensed leave of absence. He was able to persuade his employer, Duke Karl August, to agree to a paid absence.

By May 1788 he had travelled to Italy via Innsbruck and the Brenner Pass and visited Lake Garda, Verona, Vicenza, Venice, Bologna, Rome and Alban Hills, Naples and Sicily. He wrote many letters to a number of friends in Germany, which he later used as the basis for Italian Journey.

Examples of use of Italienische
1. Italienische Zeitungen meldeten, es seien Millionensummen gezahlt worden, um italienische Geiseln freizubekommen.
2. Italienische Zeitungen meldeten, es seien Millionensummen gezahlt worden, um italienische Geiseln im Irak freizubekommen.
3. Italienische Pfadfinder scheinen ständig zu singen.
4. Die italienische Regierung will ihm Asyl gewähren.
5. Auch müsse die italienische Wirtschaft wettbewerbsfähiger werden.