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Art Stolen by Nazis Recovered in Munich

A collection of about 1500 artworks that were stolen by the Nazis during 1930s and 1940s have been found hidden in the city of Munich, German.

This is the single largest collection of art ever to be recovered from the World War II.

The artwork collection contains works of Picasso, Matisse and Chagall.

Art historian Godfrey Barker told the BBC that this is “possibly the biggest story of art recovered from World War II since the Austrians unveiled 10,000 pictures three years ago”.

Credits: BBC News

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