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nprfreshair:

Untouched Paris apartment was discovered after 70 years:

Before the start of World War II, the owner of this apartment in Paris fled to the south of France. For reasons not entirely known, she never returned and the apartment remained untouched for 70 years.
In 2010 the owner passed away at the age of 91. Her executor discovered the apartment and a team was sent to investigate. What they found was astonishing. Under a thick layer of dust was a trove of turn-of-the-century objects including several paintings that were set aside for further analysis.
One painting in particular, a portrait of a lady in a pink dress, would turn out to be an incredible find. 

…worth $3.4 million

see more photos via Twisted Sifter

nprfreshair:

Untouched Paris apartment was discovered after 70 years:

Before the start of World War II, the owner of this apartment in Paris fled to the south of France. For reasons not entirely known, she never returned and the apartment remained untouched for 70 years.

In 2010 the owner passed away at the age of 91. Her executor discovered the apartment and a team was sent to investigate. What they found was astonishing. Under a thick layer of dust was a trove of turn-of-the-century objects including several paintings that were set aside for further analysis.

One painting in particular, a portrait of a lady in a pink dress, would turn out to be an incredible find. 

…worth $3.4 million

see more photos via Twisted Sifter

(via villegasbobby)

that sounds awesome!

—something that doesn’t sound awesome at all, i wish i could go home (via crrocs)

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