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The majority of these people were evicted by French authorities without a court order, and without an offer of adequate alternative accommodation, contradictory to both national standards and international law. Naples, Budapest 14 July 2017: Amnesty International and the European Roma Rights Centre are urgently calling on the Naples local authorities to take all necessary measures and prevent the forced eviction of around 150 Romani adults and children and ensure they are not rendered homeless or vulnerable to other human rights violations. Budapest, 15 June 2017: The Government of Macedonia have agreed to pay €9,000 in compensation to the family of a Romani man who died in suspicious circumstances in prison.The payment is part of a friendly settlement published today which brings to an end a case against Mac ...With the steps now returned to their former glory, here's everything you need to know about them. There are exactly 135 steps However, if you try to count them yourself you may reach the figure of 136; the drainage system is elevated and so is often mistaken for the first step. It may seem odd that a landmark in Italy's capital, designed by an Italian architect and funded by a French diplomat (Étienne Gueffier, whose bequest of 20,000 Scudi - an old Italian currency), gets its name from Spain.Also, the steps are the widest stairway in all of Europe - making them a perfect meeting place. The Piazza di Spagna at the foot of the steps is named after the Spanish Embassy there, so the name simply extended to the steps, which were built in the 18th century to connect both the Embassy and the Trinita dei Monti church (which was under French patronage) with the Holy See - the seat of the Catholic Church in Rome - in the square below. You can't eat your sandwiches there In the middle of the city's shopping district, the steps may seem like a perfect place to pause for a picnic - but not so fast.My name is Svetlana and I am currently a student in John Cabot University, an American University in Rome, Italy.
The tunnel network reaches some 30 meters underground and spans a distance of roughly 17 kilometres.
Kama Ginkas’ brilliant staging of Chekhov’s short story about a strange, ethereal figure who convinces a man that he is a genius.
Stars Sergei Makovetsky, Igor Yasulovich and Valery Barinov.
Rome’s foremost attraction the Vatican Museums are located literally over the road from our hotel.
We are so close to them that you could almost fall out of bed into the Sistine Chapel….