Pachinkofo machine, massage machine and even a pachinkoromos bar will all return to the streets of Rome in a bid to help ease the suffering of Rome’s underprivileged children.
The iconic pachino machines will be restored in front of the Papal Basilica as part of a campaign by Italian environmental group Credo.
The iconic machines, which are part of the Pachino chain, have been a staple of the Italian capital for centuries.
They have served as a place for children to play and have been in use for centuries and are also used to promote the city’s tourism.
They have been used for decades in Rome and are popular in the region as they are inexpensive to buy.
The campaign will take place in front the Papelbonico, the site where Pope Francis once stood.
Pachino has been used in Italy for centuries, but has lost its appeal as of late due to its high price.
The machines are expected to be available in the city for the first time in November.
“Pachinoceros, for their part, are well loved by many.
The campaign will show that it is a beautiful, modern and functional machine, and it is time to give it another go,” said Alberto Bagnall, the president of the city of Rome, who will be part of this campaign.
The restoration of the machines comes after the city government said it had been in talks with Pachinos owners, who are currently waiting for the approval of the government.
The machines were originally made by a company called The Machine Factory and then were converted into the modern machines.
The Italian government gave the manufacturers three years to come up with a plan to revive the machines, but they haven’t been able to come to grips with the situation.
The Papal Palace and the Ponte della Città are also expected to get a makeover.
However, some of the pachinos in the Vatican have been seen in recent months in their current locations, including in the Basilica of St. John Lateran and the Basilico di Santa Maria delle Giacomo.