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Sitting on Rome’s Spanish Steps is now banned

 

Under the new rules, in force since the beginning of June Rome’s Spanish Steps is no longer allowed for sitting or lying on them.

The ordinance includes special protections for Unesco sites and the Spanish Steps are among such monuments.

Visitors are banned from sitting or lying on the Spanish Steps as well as from leaving any rubbish, graffiti or other damage.

Those who breach the ban risk a fine of 250 euros, which can go up to 400 euros if the steps are dirtied or damaged.

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