ITALY-SHIPPING-TOURISM-DISASTER-SALVAGE : News Photo

ITALY-SHIPPING-TOURISM-DISASTER-SALVAGE

This combination made on September 17, 2013 shows a file picture taken on June 23, 2012 showing the Costa Concordia near the harbour of Giglio Porto (R) and a picture of the Concordia after being pulled upright in the biggest ever project of its kind on September 17, 2013. Thirty-two people died when the ship, with 4,200 passengers onboard, hit rocks and ran aground off the island of Giglio on January 2012. The Costa Concordia cruise ship wreck was turned upright on September 17, 2013 off the Italian island of Giglio in the biggest ever salvage operation of a passenger ship, officials said. 'The parbuckling operation has been completed. We have reached zero degrees (vertical),' said Franco Gabrielli, the head of the civil protection agency which has overseen the project. AFP PHOTO/ VINCENZO PINTO (Photo credit should read VINCENZO PINTO/AFP/Getty Images)
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This combination made on September 17, 2013 shows a file picture taken on June 23, 2012 showing the Costa Concordia near the harbour of Giglio Porto (R) and a picture of the Concordia after being pulled upright in the biggest ever project of its kind on September 17, 2013. Thirty-two people died when the ship, with 4,200 passengers onboard, hit rocks and ran aground off the island of Giglio on January 2012. The Costa Concordia cruise ship wreck was turned upright on September 17, 2013 off the Italian island of Giglio in the biggest ever salvage operation of a passenger ship, officials said. 'The parbuckling operation has been completed. We have reached zero degrees (vertical),' said Franco Gabrielli, the head of the civil protection agency which has overseen the project. AFP PHOTO/ VINCENZO PINTO (Photo credit should read VINCENZO PINTO/AFP/Getty Images)
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This combination made on September 17 2013 shows a file picture taken... News Photo 180861362Biggest,Cruise,Emergencies and Disasters,Filing,Finance,Giglio Island,Harbor,Horizontal,Italy,Kind,Making,Mixed,Mode of Transport,Nautical Vessel,Panoramic,Picture,Rescue,Rescue Worker,Sea,Shipwreck,Showing,Standing,Tourism,Towing,Transportation,Working,Wreck of the Costa ConcordiaPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPThis combination made on September 17, 2013 shows a file picture taken on June 23, 2012 showing the Costa Concordia near the harbour of Giglio Porto (R) and a picture of the Concordia after being pulled upright in the biggest ever project of its kind on September 17, 2013. Thirty-two people died when the ship, with 4,200 passengers onboard, hit rocks and ran aground off the island of Giglio on January 2012. The Costa Concordia cruise ship wreck was turned upright on September 17, 2013 off the Italian island of Giglio in the biggest ever salvage operation of a passenger ship, officials said. 'The parbuckling operation has been completed. We have reached zero degrees (vertical),' said Franco Gabrielli, the head of the civil protection agency which has overseen the project. AFP PHOTO/ VINCENZO PINTO (Photo credit should read VINCENZO PINTO/AFP/Getty Images)