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Rome. Police Day. P.2.

Sergey Dolya • 4 minutes read • April 14th, 2016
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I was surprised, how the Italians past the election propaganda. It seems that every night they glue new posters over the old ones:

At the end of the walk we went to the

Piazza del Popolo

on the

Via del Corso


The main celebrations of the Police Day took place here. The whole square was lined with police techniques:

It all started with an exhibition of police cars from different countries of the European Union:

Then came the rare police Ferrari:

I liked the idea of police promotion among the civilian population. The police officers were friendly and were gladly photographed:

And these guys were unsuccessfully trying to catch my son with their robot:

Children were allowed to steer the police boat:

And to sit in the helicopter:

But the main exhibit, attracting the majority of tourists and onlookers, was a police Lamborghini:

I couldn't understand why the police needed such car, but I was told that these cars carry organs for transplantation. Then I wonder why it is not painted in the colors of the ambulance, and why they do not use the helicopter, which is still faster. The only thing makes me happy - the police did not pay for this car, because it was a gift "from the company":

Phew! This is the end of my story about this cruise.

At the end of the week I'm going to the "greatest adventure in Europe" - a trophy-raid around Lake Ladoga. A week after returning, I'll fly to the Paris Air Show at Le Bourget, where I got the journalist accreditation. We were promised a lot of surprises. One day I want to go to Luxembourg, that will be my 60th country.
Author: Sergeydolya
Translated by: Gian Luka

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