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Cinque Terre - give a hand

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Italy's leading newspaper Il Corriere della Sera and the news channel TG7 have set up an account for anyone wishing to help the flood victims of the Cinque Terre and other affected areas.

The account details are:

Banca Intesa Sanpaolo, Viale Lina Cavalieri 236, Rome

IBAN - IT 80 O 03069 05061 100000000567 (note that it is an O after the 80 and not a zero)

BIC - BCITITMMXXX

Description to be included in the payment - "Un aiuto subito. Alluvione Levante ligure e Lunigiana"

If you have fond memories of your stay at the Cinque Terre and the warmth and hospitality of the people you met now is a chance to demonstrate it!

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