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|Long Name:||Italian Republic|
Time Zone Currently Being Used in Italy
|Offset||Time Zone Abbreviation & Name||Example City||Current Time|
|UTC +2||CEST||Central European Summer Time||Rome||Fri, 1:39:30 pm|
How Many Time Zones Are There in Italy?
Time Zone Not Currently Being Observed in Italy
|Offset||Time Zone Abbreviation & Name||Commences|
|UTC +1||CET||Central European Time||Oct 29, 2023|
The above time zone is used during other parts of the year. It will become active again after the next clock change as Daylight Saving Time begins or ends.
Time Zone History of Italy
In Italy, standard time was introduced in 1893. Until then, the country had been using solar mean time, based on Italy's longitude. It was 49 minutes and 56 seconds ahead of GMT, then the world's time standard.
In 1893, Italy advanced its clocks by 10 minutes and 4 seconds, so the local time was exactly 1 hour ahead of GMT. The country still uses this local time as standard time today.
Time Zone News
- 3/24/2023 – DST Start in Europe 2023
- 9/30/2022 – End of DST in Europe 2022
- 2/14/2022 – DST Start in Europe 2022
- 9/22/2021 – End of DST in Europe 2021
- 2/22/2021 – DST Starts in Europe
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