Rome's 'invisible' migrants offer guide to Eternal City | Inquirer Lifestyle
Kaba from Guinea visits with Italian tourists Rome's Trevi Fountain on September 4, 2019. - The Eternal City's famed monuments are given an African twist by refugee and asylum seekers Abdul, Kabal and Sidia, who use anecdotes from their life journeys to show the Italian capital in a unique light. For most of their time the "Invisible Guides" belong to Rome's multitude of anonymous migrants. But twice a month they hand out audio guides and lead walking tours organised by the Laboratorio 53 association in English and Italian. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

Rome’s ‘invisible’ migrants offer guide to Eternal City