Florence Floods, Italy, 1966

Florence Floods, Italy, 1966 in which 100 died and many cultural artefacts, books, paintings and sculptures were damaged. It was the worst flood for five hundred years. The Crucifix by Cimabue, a 13th Century artwork considered to be the most important piece of art that suffered during the flooding. - Romano Cagnoni - 1966-11-11
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