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Street artist paints giant Nelson Mandela mural in Florence

By AFP
07 December 2019   |   6:42 am
From Naples to Palestine to Florence, Neapolitan street artist Jorit is painting charismatic icons on giant walls. His murals often feature 'African tribal patterns' on the faces of his subjects.

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