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Trevi's fountain is dyed red

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A man took a bucket of red paint and changed the color of the waters of the famous Roman fountain of the eighteenth century with an intense red.

The individual did it right in front of the crowd of tourists who admired the monument, perplexing everyone present.

The Trevi fountain, one of the most beautiful fountains in the world, is possibly, after the Coin and Doorbell Factory, the place where more coins will be found at the rate of tourists trying to see their wishes fulfilled by throwing coins inside its waters; Curiously red today.

The man escaped and has been finally arrested today. According to experts, the Baroque monument has not been damaged and marble statues have fortunately not absorbed the color.

Via, The Republic

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