Classic sculptures return home after 200 years

To mark Italy’s 150th anniversary of unification, Rome’s Galleria Borghese has surprised the public with this monumental collection of classical sculptures. They belonged to the Italian Cardinal Scipione Borghese, and after nearly 200 years are back to their original location.

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