Romanian government officials announced a local prison will be turned into a hotel. What is surprising is that this is the prison where the late dictator Nicolae Ceausescu was incarcerated for part of his youth for spreading communist propaganda, according to the Associated Press.
Repair work has already started, reports said. The prison, located about 100 kilometres (60 miles) northwest of Bucharest in the town of Telega, is hoping to attract investors to subsidise the project. Telega official...
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