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Is there a law governing air conditioning in Italy?

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From reading comments on TripAdvisor, I've gotten the impression that there is a regulation that mandates the time of year when hotel air conditioning is turned off. Can this be true? If so, does anyone know when that date is in 2008? I'm in Italy last two weeks of Sept. and really like air conditioning. Thanks!

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