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Environmental campaigners have built a temporary hotel largely from rubbish in the Italian capital, Rome, to raise awareness of European beach pollution.
"Save the Beach" Hotel, taking guests for four days only, is adorned with debris from the world's beaches.
Its five rooms and reception are lined with 12 tonnes of rubbish, including toys, cans, car exhaust pipes.
Danish supermodel Helena Christensen, who has stayed at the hotel, said it was a striking work of art.