Hyperallergic – It’s well known that McDonald’s outlets in Europe are more aesthetically pleasing than their American counterparts, but a new one in Italy has an interior that’s guaranteed to upstage any existing location. A visit to the McDonald’s in the city of Marino, about 15 miles southeast of Rome, offers a true cultural experience: an ancient, subterranean Roman road that’s fully integrated into the fast-food chain, complete with a glass floor through which patrons can glimpse the walkway while waiting in line. It opened last week, inviting even those without an appetite for McFlurries or McNuggets to stroll the 147-foot path, Rome’s Superintendency for Archaeology announcedin a release. – read more 

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