European Daylight Saving Time – Italy
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Sunday, October 31, 2021 3 AM
Italy alternates between Central European Time (Italian: Tempo dell’Europa Centrale, UTC+01:00) and Central European Summer Time (Italian: Orario Estivo dell’Europa Centrale, UTC+02:00), because it follows the European Summer Time annual Daylight saving time procedure. As such Italy begins observing Central European Summer Time at 02:00 CET on the last Sunday in March and switches back to Central European Time on the last Sunday of October since 1996. (Wikipedia)
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