The umpteenth scars a Rome. In his memory, his immortal art and his culture. After the filthy curtain of some tourists who have uncovered naked in the fountain of the Altare della Patria, unknown part of the mask has the Sarcophagus from Villa Borghese. Fortunately, the detached part was found by the local police and will now take care of the Capitoline Superintendency to replace it in its place.
Luca Bergamo, deputy mayor with responsibility for cultural growth, said: "I condemn the gesture of the unknown who destroyed the Sarcophagus fountain in Viale Goethe to Villa Borghese, badly damaged. I thank the local police of Parioli who promptly moved, as did the Capitoline superintendence, which activated the service restoration and new collocations, which will move part of the damaged decoration as quickly as possible. This behavior offends the art and history of our city and our country. We must be more proud and respectful of the beauty in which we feel happy. I hope that the perpetrators are quickly identified and severely punished".
Fortunately, the damaged mask is a concrete copy of the original marble, kept in the Deposit of the Canonica Museum.