MUNICH, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 04: An exterior view of the customs office, where according to media reports 1,500 paintings seized by customs agents are stored on November 4, 2013 in Garching near Munich,... more 
MUNICH, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 04: An exterior view of the customs office, where according to media reports 1,500 paintings seized by customs agents are stored on November 4, 2013 in Garching near Munich, Germany. German customs agents have seized 1,500 paintings that had been confiscated by the Nazis in the 1930s and 40s in the appartment of Cornelius Gurlitt. Gurlitt's father Hildebrand Gurlitt was an art dealer who oversaw the confiscations of what the Nazis termed "degenerate art", and the son, now in his 80s, reportedly hoarded the works, which include paintings by Henri Matisse, Emil Nolde and Max Liebermann. The works are now at a customs warehouse outside Munich and have an estimated value of EUR one billion. (Photo by Lennart Preiss/Getty Images) less 
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