The Ligurian Life

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When allied troops were in Genoa after World War II, the military police painted "Off Limits" on some of the streets downtown to help the soldiers avoid the less salubrious parts of the city. Most of the warning signs have faded away, but not much else has changed and some of the tiny alleys in the old part of the city, while picturesque, are best shunned. If the Seattle-Prague-Davos-Gothenburg demonstrators add Genoa to...

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