(ANSA) – TAVULLIA (PESARO URBINO), MAY 13 – The banner by Valentino Rossi is back, albeit only provisionally for now, welcoming citizens and tourists from the walls of the village of Tavullia (Pesaro Urbino). Banner that had been removed following a report to the Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape of the provinces of Ancona and Pesaro Urbino and a comparison with the technicians of the Superintendency itself.
This morning the Municipality technicians hung up the historic ‘Welcome to Tavullia’ banner (with the photo of the ’46’ riding the Yamaha on a yellow background) on the medieval walls.
“For the moment – explains the mayor of Tavullia Francesca Paolucci – we have requested and obtained a provisional authorization to display the banner on the occasion of a very important tourist-sporting event, which will cross our territory, such as the Gran Fondo degli Squali which will be held this weekend and will bring thousands of visitors. It will remain until the end of May “. The hope is to obtain a permanent permit.
“We are working on a solution that will allow us to hang up the banner on the walls definitively, also with the adoption of all the necessary technical measures, with the aim, on the one hand, of protecting and further safeguarding the historical asset and, on the other hand, to allow our fellow citizens and visitors who arrive in Tavullia to re-embrace Valentino ‘ideally’ by being greeted by his banner “, concludes the mayor Paolucci. (HANDLE).
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