A picture taken on Sept. 18, 2008 shows a visitor walking past a giant photograph featuring a U.S. soldier holding up a painting looted by the Nazis from a Jewish family in Paris at a storage facility at the Neuschwanstein castle in May 1945, on display at the "Looting and Restitution" ("Raub und Restitution") exhibition at Berlin's Jewish Museum.
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