A new exhibition has been opened by the Prince of Wales. It sees a spectacular art collection re-assembled at a stately home in Norfolk.
The 70 paintings left Houghton Hall almost 200 years ago when they were sold to Catherine the Great of Russia. They include works by Rembrant, Rubens and Van Dyck. The exhibition runs until September.
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