Sicilian town struggles with architectural disasters


As the home of buildings like the Colosseum and the Pantheon, Italy has a heritage for spectacular architecture.

However, poor planning and the current economic climate has meant that some recent projects have not been quite so succesful.

The BBC's Alan Johnston reports from Giarre, a town in Sicily which has become blighted by a particuarly large number of building disasters.

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