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Sinking of the “Estonia” 1994: Sinking of the “Estonia”
28.9.1994: Sinking of the “Estonia”
In the worst post-war shipping accident, the Estonian ferry sank off the South coast of Finland and took a toll of 852 lives. The official claims agency recorded construction deficits as the official cause of the catastrophe. In August 1999, the Meyer shipyard, which built the “Estonia”, claimed they had proof that the accident was caused by a bomb attack, but this theory was rejected by the claims agency.
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To which of the following art periods are Michelangelo de Merisi Caravaggio's works attributed to?