In Rome have banned firecrackers and fireworks in new year night

The mayor of Rome VA Raja signed the ban on launching firecrackers and other pyrotechnics in new year’s eve. On Thursday, December 22, according to Roma Today.

The document notes that the city authorities are guided by considerations of safety. The ban comes into force on 29 December and will continue until midnight, January 1, 2017.

In particular, it will be impossible to blow up firecrackers and pyrotechnics to use another at a distance less than 200 meters from settlements.

The violator of the ban will face a fine in the amount from 25 to 500 euros.

As notes the edition, last year the Italian capital has not introduced restrictions on the use of pyrotechnics, with the exception of the area of the circus Maximus, where there was a Christmas concert.