Restoration of Rome site follows Bulgari's Spanish Steps project.
Rome's archaeological site at Largo di Torre Argentina is to be restored in a project sponsored by luxury jeweller Bulgari, according to Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera.
The restoration, estimated at €800,000, would take about 10 months, with a possible inauguration date in January 2020.
Central to the works is a new entry into the site, including elevator access, under the tower. There will be a new path around the archaeological area and a new LED lighting system to allow visits at night. The site will also have a new ticket office and bookshop with toilet facilities for visitors.