The 16th-century Fountain of Moses, a testament to the power of Pope Sixtus V, sparkled after a restoration was finished in 1988 in Rome. But now the likeness of the biblical hero that adorns the fountain is turning black, the victim of a constant barrage of traffic exhaust and
Eugenio Giani, Assessore allo Sport e Tempo Libero, has been serving the city of Florence since 1990.Although he studied law he found his calling in public service.After spending three years working for a Florentine law firm, he decided to enter politics and has never left.A member of
As the sun beats down on St. Peter’s Square, tourists and pilgrims stand in a long line waiting to enter Vatican City. Souvenir stands filled with a large selection of rosaries and other trinkets surround the imposing square.
“How much?” asks a young Polish pilgrim,