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Rome (Italy), Feb 1 (EFE), (Camera: Paula Bernabéu).- The Colosseum of Rome reopened its doors on Monday after three months of closure due to the pandemic and welcomed its first visitors with an opera concert.FOOTAGE OF THE COLOSSEUM

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