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Italian frescoes get much-needed facelift

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February 27, 2014
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Restorations will begin on the frescoes in the Carracci Gallery in the Farnese Palace, home to the French Embassy in Italy, thanks to the World Monuments Fund Europe and Italian Ministry of Culture. (Feb. 27) Video provided by AP


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