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Rome's Spanish Steps Reopen After Year-Long Restoration Project

After being closed for almost a year, Rome’s iconic Spanish Steps are now reopened to the public. The steps were closed last October in order for them to be restored. The restoration work included removing stains, re-levelling the steps, and repairing cracked stones and the 18th-century stairway’s original lamps. The €1.5 million ($1.7 million U.S.) project was funded by luxury jewelry brand Bulgari.
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