Decision to cease practice follows recent death of horse pulling tourists in midday sun.
Italy's Royal Palace of Caserta has ordered that horse-drawn carriages no longer be permitted to operate within its grounds following the recent death of a horse as it pulled a carriage load of tourists in the summer heat.
"The horse-drawn carriage service at Reggio di Caserta has ceased," reads the statement released by the state monument, reports Italian news agency Adnkronos.
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Italy: Royal Palace of Caserta bans horse-drawn carriages after horse’s death
Viale Douhet, 2/a, 81100 Caserta CE, Italy