kouzdra (kouzdra) wrote,

Все-таки культурная страна - Италия:

Даже мафия в знак протеста взрывает не что попало - а картинные галереи и церкви:

From May to August 1993, five car bomb attacks in Rome, Florence and Milan killed ten people and injured dozens.[1] In addition to the Uffizi, the targets were two venerable Roman churches — San Giovanni in Laterano and San Giorgio in Velabro – and a modern art gallery in Milan.
The massacre was ordered by the Corleonesi mafia clan, led by Totò Riina, in response to the application of the article 41-bis law, by which jailed mafiosi were isolated and put under severe restrictive measures.

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