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Shattered glass of Beirut: Restored vessels once destroyed by port blast go on display in London

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Eight ancient vessels, once shattered by the Beirut port blast of 2020, are now whole again. But how were these treasured artefacts restored?

Added on the 26/08/2022 06:10:39 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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