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italian law regarding air conditioning in September?

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I'm looking at apartment rentals in Venice, Tuscany and Amalfi and want to reserve apartments that have air conditioning. My husband and I were in Rome a couple of years ago in September and it was very warm and we would have miserable with no AC in our bedroom. A few of the places I am looking to book says that italian law states that there can be no AC after September 3. Can this be true, I have never heard of this before?

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