Italy celebrates All Saints Day, or Ognissanti, on 1 November with a public holiday. Although this year it falls on a Saturday, thereby impacting fewer people, it does mean that public transport will run according to the usual Sunday timetable and most offices and shops will be closed. In Rome, there will be a running race
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