In Italy Nature is taking its space back in the cities

In Italy Nature is taking its space back in the cities

Piazza Navona, in the heart of the historical centre of Rome, looks like a green lawn: grass is growing amongst the pavement stones, nobody walks there anymore, the ancient square is lonely.

Now that Italy and Italians have stopped to prevent the spread of the Covid-19, Nature is taking its space back in the cities. Dolphins are swimming in Italian ports and marinas without ships, rabbits and hares run in the parks in Milan, ducks and other birds swim in the fountains in Rome and stroll on the Tevere river banks.

If we can see beauty beyond appearances with optimism, we can see that gray is giving way to color, to green, celebrating again spring for plants and animals.

What if after the pandemic we started life again in harmony with nature and animals instead of destroying it? We are still alive, we can start even now!

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