Julius Caesar killing spot open to tourists in 2013
The area among Rome's ancient ruins where general Julius Caesar was assassinated will be open to tourists starting in 2013 following long-running excavation work, local officials told AFP on Thursday.
"Next year we will complete the excavation work and give the area back to visitors," said Umberto Broccoli, the head of cultural heritage for Rome.
"It's good to do excavations but we can't keep digging holes," he said....
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