Italy is considered a cultural superpower and has given birth to an enormous number of inventors, scientists, painters, and other influential people. Today, Italy aspires and influences many cultures with it's innovative design, enchanting art, leading-edge fashion and much more.
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Much of Italian mythology comes from the Greeks and many of the Greek gods are basically just renamed. Many of modern Italians still believe in the evil eye and can be quite superstitious. Their traditions, values, beliefs and customs have been moulded trough the centuries of developed and shaped by the events and Italian culture. Below are some of the important Italian myths, gods, and beliefs: