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Like Looted Art? In Italy, There’s Now a Museum for That

The Octagonal Hall exhibition space was designed to highlight Italy’s efforts, through patient diplomacy and court challenges, to repatriate valuable antiquities.

General Roberto Riccardi, head of the Carabinieri unit for the protection of cultural heritage with archaeological artifacts displayed in the new Museum of Rescued Art at Rome, June 15, 2022.

General Roberto Riccardi, head of the Carabinieri unit for the protection of cultural heritage with archaeological artifacts displayed in the new Museum of Rescued Art at Rome, June 15, 2022. AP/Alessandra Tarantino

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