Italy cuts down expenses on the sights

The Italian Association Federculture declares that the authorities of Rome this year will even more reduce the budget by culture in comparison with 2012.

In 2014-2016 Rome will spend for culture only 1,4 billion euro a year, and in 2013 the budget made - 1,5 billion euro, writes The Local.

As a result of means on support of invaluable Italian sights will decrease to 75 million euros while to the 2008th state spent for it 165 million.

Head of Federculture Roberto Grossi declared that the situation menacing and Italy can soon remain without tourists as they simply will have nothing to look.