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December 11, 2017

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The Colosseum, in Rome.

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Italy’s newest minister of culture has decided that all kids under 18 are created equal. Non-EU kids are now able to enter state museums and historical sites for free — a privilege that up until recently only EU children were granted. State museums and historical sites include the Uffizi Gallery Museum in Florence and the Colosseum in Rome. The decree has yet to be formally ratified, but comes into effect immediately. Private museums will continue to charge minors.

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