Restorers in Italy are using a specific type of bacteria to clean up the dirt, damage and aging of sculptures and paintings.

Conservator Alessandro Lugari and his colleagues are using the latest technology to try to salvage the city’s treasures.

While restoration work is increasingly being done on a molecular level, the challenge is huge as Italy has archaeological sites on a monumental scale.

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