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City Council approved the payment of the ticket 1 € for all those who will want to visit Gardens of Augustus in Capri (Naples). This initiative has sparked course many controversies blue island. In fact, the opposition councilors have spread 2 critical documents signed by the Group Board 'The Capri by Capri’ 'And' wave the renewal and development '.
“It was enacted tax on air”, commented Federico Costantino, former mayor of Capri, “in the gardens there are works of art or other rare elements, you can not impose the tax to landscape”.Federico Mayor also accused of wanting 'Gain and exploit’ the phenomenon of tourism 'hit and run'.
“This is not a tax -said Roberto Russo, the strategic actions of the City Assessor – in many cities in the world to visit a site you pay a fine ticket. The euro is expected to enter the gardens will serve to contribute to the regeneration of. L’iniziativa, then, experimental in nature and will be effective from April 1 to November 1 this year”.