In recent years Rome has seen a boom in street art, most of which is concentrated outside the centre in suburbs such as Ostiense, Pigneto, S. Basilio, S. Lorenzo, Testaccio and Tor Marancia. This colourful and innovative movement has been embraced by city authorities who see it as a way of both attracting tourists and boosting morale in neglected corners of the capital. Rome’s reputation as a European street art capital continues to grow, in tandem with its stable of top Italian and international artists who are transforming parts of the city into an open-air art museum.
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