GORIZIA, ITALY - MAY 08:  Barbara shows her three-month-old son Luca to her grandparents Adriana and Luciano for the first time through the wire mesh that divides Piazza Transalpina (Transalpina Square) on May 8, 2020 in Gorizia, Italy. Piazza Transalpina is a square divided between the municipalities of Gorizia in Italy and Nova Gorica in Slovenia. In 1947, the new border created between Italy and Yugoslavia was traced by dividing the square in two, crossed by the so-called "Muro di Gorizia". From May 1, 2004, with the entry of Slovenia into the European Union, the wall dividing the square was removed, but from March 11, 2020 the Slovenian government closed its borders with Italy to counter the spread of the coronavirus. A wire mesh has been positioned on the square to delimit the border between Italy and Slovenia, dividing many families, friends and couples.  (Photo by Pier Marco Tacca/Getty Images)