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Rome's Galleria Borghese museum reopens

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The Galleria Borghese museum in Rome, famed for its Bernini statues, reopens after more than two months of lockdown. It's the first museum in Rome to reopen as Italy gradually reopens public spaces under strict health guidelines as the country slowly eases confinement measures. IMAGES

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