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The most emblematic police of Rome return to their stage in Venice square

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Rome, Apr 1 (EFE) .- (Camera: Mercedes Ortuño Lizarán) People recognize them, greet them and congratulate them; they are the protagonists of photos of "tourists from all over the world" and of Italian film classics: the police officers who regulate traffic in Piazza Venezia have returned to their mythical setting, a mobile base that stands in the middle of the chaotic traffic of Rome.FOOTAGE OF PLAZA VENEZIA, ROME. SOUNDBITES OF POLICE. They are the agents of the Local Police of Rome Gianluca Fabbi and Piero Cesaretti, in that order.TRANSLATION:GIANLUCA FABBI:"There are funny moments of people who remember films from the past, among them" Guardia, Guardia Scelta, Brigadiere e Maresciallo "and also" Il vigile ", and the name of Alberto Sordi is always on everyone's lips"PIERO CESARETTI:"They claim us a bit like the Swiss Guard if we compare it with the Vatican City. Tourists from all over the world ask us for a lot of photos""It is appreciated. They congratulate us a lot and many people asked us, also Italians:" When will the base return? Why doesn't it work? And so on. You are the only ones in Italy who still have it. "

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