Gli scavi di Piazza Italia, Reggio Calabria
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  • The excavations can be <полюбоваться>only through three layers of zaljapannogo glass cubicle with a staircase on which you can kind of go down the castle is closed, no schedules, no one can assume that type <ведутся работы="">, all as usual in Italy.</ведутся> </полюбоваться>
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  • We were in August and September and the area behind a fence, where the works were under way. Look at the excavations under the glass. But the area is still beautiful. And the main street of Reggio also overlooks the square.
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  • We were very disappointed with these so-called digs that you would find beneath the surface of Central Italy. The only access is represented by a Crystal column is closed and dirty looks abandoned for years. In the square there are also raised two or three large Windows which should allow you to see the returns from above but, when they are not being inappropriately used as benches. It is still impossible to see except the garbage thrown by some uncivilized because the crystals are disgustingly dirty and encrusted.
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