Italy has long toyed with the idea of building a bridge between the island of Sicily with the mainland.
The hugely ambitious engineering project was in preliminary stages for decades before being shelved in 2013.
Now, Italy’s new right-wing government has said it wants to revive the plans.
Prime minister Giorgia Meloni has announced she will ask the EU to help fund the multi-billion euro proposal.
Can you drive from Sicily to mainland Italy?
However, as far back as Roman times, the idea of a bridge to connect the two land
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