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        A Roman’s-Eye View: The Italian Peninsula

        In this video, students explore Italy, the boot-shaped peninsula in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. Italy's northern boundary is a mountain range called the Alps. Another mountain range, the Apennine Mountains, runs the length of the peninsula. This range has the effect of breaking the peninsula into smaller regions. Rome obtained the islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica after its conflicts with Carthage in North Africa.

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