Free 24-hour wine fountain opens in Italy

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ORTONA, Italy -- Italy now boasts a 24-hour-a-day fountain that pours wine -- and it's free.

A vineyard in Ortona says tourists are invited to stop and drink.

The city is known for an historic cathedral which holds the remains of Thomas, one of Jesus’ disciples.

The wine fountain will certainly become an attraction in its own right.

But the operators say it's "not for drunkards or louts."

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