Why this Italian violin travels with its own security
Clip: 06/25/2019 | 3m 34s
In 2015, a delegation of city leaders from Columbus, Ohio, went to Italy's Genoa, where they heard a performance of the famed Paganini violin. The contingent spent the next four years working to arrange a visit for the violin to their city, and this spring, it finally arrived. WOSU’s Jackie Shafer reports on the rare travel for the Italian national treasure, worth an estimated $35 million.
Aired: 06/25/19Video has closed captioning.
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