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Italy’s 1930s modernist colonie make undoubtedly picturesque ruins, but their Fascist past means that there is little public appetite for returning them to use

Fascismo Abbandonato by Dan Dubowitz

There has clearly been a great reluctance to tackle buildings so tainted by ideology

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