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Published on Jun 9, 2012
Nowadays it's normal to see the Pope surrounded by cameramen and photographers. All of them, constantly tracking his every move. But years ago, pictures were so limited that every single one had a special value. So much so, that the Vatican's Apostolic Library began to collect these pictures in an archive. .
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