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Preserving classic art isn’t free, so what will Florence do now that coronavirus is keeping tourists away?


Florence, Italy, is one the world’s most beautiful open-air museums. The birthplace of the Renaissance, it's home to priceless works of art. But with coronavirus keeping tourists away, the city of Florence has a problem: Preserving history isn’t what happens if nobody is around to pay for it.