DAILYKENN.com -- While most of Western Europe is molting its heritage while embrace Islamic insurgents, a city in Italy is taking steps towards cultural preservation.
According to dailymail.co.uk:
Kebab shops and restaurants selling deep-fried food have been banned from opening in Verona.
Officials desperate to prevent the 'decorum' of the northern Italian city from disappearing have passed a ruling that also prohibits any new restaurants from selling 'ethnic' food after a rise in Middle Eastern cuisine.
Flavio Tosi, Mayor of Verona, said he hoped the ruling, which was implemented this week, would protect the 'typical culture' of the UNESCO World Heritage site.
'Thanks to this provision there will be no more openings of establishments that sell food prepared in a way that could impact the decorum of our city,' he said, according to Andrea Vogt for The Telegraph.
'This protects not only our historic and architectural patrimony of the city centre but also the tradition of typical culture of the Verona territory.'
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