Trevi fountain: Church and Rome battle over tourist coins
14 January 2019 | 2:57 pm
The Church and the mayor of Rome are at odds over the reallocation of funds collected from the famous Trevi Fountain. Some of the money is set to address the city's ills and no longer go entirely to chairity.
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