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There are two Amata species like this in the region. The fact that the hindwing spots are not particularly round and that the distal one is larger than the proximal one indicate A. phegea rather than A. kruegeri.
Yes, there are three species in Italy but I have not yet found one that looks like A. kruegeri.
Lat/Lng: 45.83422, 13.5522