Italians Welcome 2022 with Dive Into Freezing Tiber River

2 January 2022 09:06 WIB

Marco Fois of Italy dives into the Tiber River from the Cavour bridge, as a part of traditional New Year's celebrations in Rome, Italy, January 1, 2022. A handful of brave Italians welcomed the arrival of 2022 with a traditional dive into Rome's freezing Tiber River. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

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Maurizio Palmulli of Italy, known as Mister OK, gestures before diving into the Tiber River from the Cavour bridge, as a part of traditional New Year's celebrations in Rome, Italy, January 1, 2022. A crowd of spectators gathered around the Cavour Bridge in central Rome to see the annual Tiber dive that has been marking the start of the New Year for over 50 years. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

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Walter Schirra of Italy dives into the Tiber River from the Cavour bridge, as a part of traditional New Year's celebrations in Rome, Italy, January 1, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

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Simone Carabella of Italy, gestures before diving into the Tiber River from the Cavour bridge, as a part of traditional New Year's celebrations in Rome, Italy, January 1, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

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Simone Carabella of Italy dives into the Tiber River from the Cavour bridge, as a part of traditional New Year's celebrations in Rome, Italy, January 1, 2022. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

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