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  2/11/2014, Adar 11, 5774

New Trove of Nazi-Looted Art Found in Germany

The new lode of over 60 paintings, including works by the famous artists Monet, Renoir and Picasso, were found at Gurlitt's property in Salzburg, Germany, and were announced on Tuesday.

The find is suspected to include pieces stolen from Jews by the Nazis during the Holocaust. Some of the works from the first find have been returned to descendants of the Jews they were stolen from. Investigators have already said around 590 of the works were stolen from Jews.