A good starting point in research relating to databases for Italy is the free FamilySearch.org on the nation of Italy. Here there are some 42 different databases to draw from. Numerous civil registration databases (births, marriages and deaths) from different regions of Italy are available. The church records are really invaluable for any research.
These scanned images will be in the Italian language and will need translating. Some have been translated and that is found in the information box below the image.
Photos: Florence, Italy; Ted De Grazia (left) and his Uncle Gregorio in the 1920s in Italy–his parents and uncles immigrated from San Pietro, (southern Italy) in early 1900s but returned to their homeland in 1920; Marriage record in Asso, Como, Italy and the Piazza Minerva in Rome in 1900.
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