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Posted:hello everybody in Rome we're getting a lot of problem and a new law is coming for destroy the "street art".
The new law says: - no amplifier - no drum, no percussion, no trumpet, no winds (say goodbye to nay brass band) - no more than two people (say goodbye to any trio or quartet) - in the evening just two hours of permission from 7.30 to 9.30 (actually now the artists use to start the shows at 10!!) - no shows during public holidays (like Christmas or Epiphany...) - no shows closer to any monument or church (in rome everywhere there is a monument, every square got its church, really there are about 400 dioceses in the city)