The Colosseum in Rome had the colors of the Italian flag projected onto it Sunday, on the eve of its reopening. The Italian monument opened Monday after having been closed for three months because of the coronavirus pandemic. Strict social distancing guidelines are in place and visitors must book in advance.

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