A protective metal fence will close off the Colosseum in Rome from next year while major restoration work takes place.
The fence - which will prevent tourists from getting close to the walls - will also prevent injuries from falling bricks. The work is likely to cost more than $30m and take three years.
Mike London looks at this and other travel news including an invasion of algae which has led to the closure of beaches around Sydney.
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