Apple Store Opening In Bologna, Italy – Design You Trust

Apple Store Opening In Bologna, Italy

Atmosphere during the Apple store opening in Bologna at Via Rizzoli on September 17, 2011 in Bologna, Italy. The Bologna store is the eighth Apple store to open in Italy, as Apple continues to expand its retail operations, and is only about 60 miles from the sixth Italian store which opened in Florence last month. (Claudio Villa/Getty Images Europe)

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