ItalyRome city council and church row over coins from Trevi fountain sebas·January 15, 2019·88 views Trevi Fountain, Rome, Italy Image: RoyFokker (wikimedia) sebas A row has broken out between the mayor of Rome and the Roman Catholic Church over what should happen to coins retrieved from the Trevi fountain. Every year nearly €1.5m (£1.3m) is fished out of the famous landmark. It is traditionally given to a Catholic charity to help the destitute. But now Mayor Virginia Raggi wants the money spent on the city’s crumbling infrastructure instead. Read the full article at the BBC.