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Rome's Capitoline Museums exhibit set of pieces from the Torlonia collection


Rome, Nov 10 (EFE) .- (Camera: Gonzalo Sánchez) For years the Torlonia family acquired the largest private collection of Greco-Roman marbles in the world, a treasure now exhibited in Rome's Capitoline Museums for the first time since 1940, but clouded by the pandemic, which has paralyzed this awaited sample until December.FOOTAGE OF THE EXHIBITION.

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