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LEARNING ABOUT ITALY IS THRILL FOR TRAVELERS AND READERS WITH ITALY, ITALY MAGAZINE AND FREE ART

 NEW YORK, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether planning a trip to Italy or simply a lover of things Italian, learning more about that sunny Mediterranean peninsula can be an enthralling experience with "Italy, Italy" magazine and accompanying fine art prints.
 Eighteenth and 19th century prints of Italy's scenic, architectural and cultural treasures are being distributed to subscribers free with each bi-monthly issue beginning with the July-August magazine through 1994, according to publisher Francesco Nicotra ($30 per year, call 212-674-4132).
 "For the more than 20 million Americans of Italian extraction and the millions more who have traveled there or are enthralled by Italy's many attributes, we are providing these limited edition reprints from my personal print collection," Nicotra says. "They are suitable for framing, can be hung in the home or make excellent gifts."
 The publisher said the English language magazine, distributed to a steadily growing audience of Italophiles in the U.S. for a decade, has achieved a reputation for excellence both in its wide-ranging articles by noted authors and the extraordinary quality of its graphics and art.
 "The lover of Italy loves art and it is to these people our magazine appeals," Nicotra says. "We feel these prints will be treasured by our readers for many years to come. Together with the magazine they will further knowledge and understanding of our country."
 Nicotra says the magazine serves also to keep readers current on trends, commerce, politics and economic development in Italy.
 "This is increasingly important because of the uniquely balanced relationship between our two countries," he says, noting U.S. investment in Italy in 1991 was $13.8 billion.
 For annual Italy, Italy subscription, send check or money order for $30 to: Italian American Multimedia Corporation, 138 Wooster Street, New York, N.Y. 10012, or call, 212-674-4132.
 EDITORS NOTE: Nicotra available for interview.
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 /CONTACT: Carmen Gallo of Italian-American Multimedia Corp., 212-674-4132/


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