Rome's bad roads

A motorcyclist rides over potholes on a road along the Colosseum in downtown Rome on Thursday. Rome’s roads problems have been existing for years due to structural failures, as the city’s basement is historically riddled with natural cavities. As a result, potholes range from a few centimeters deep to several meters that severely disrupt traffic and sometimes cause spectacular car accidents.

Topics: motorcyclist rides , Colosseum , Rome , roads problems

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