The most amazing art robberies!!

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Robbery, whether armed or in disguise as police and museum guards, Despite special care, works of art have always been the target of these thieves. See the most astonishing art thefts in history in this report: 

Leonardo da Vinci's painting "Jaconde's Smile", "Mona Lisa" , was stolen from the Louvre Museum in Paris in 1911. Vincenzo Progyia, disguised as a museum staff, hid the relatively small painting under his cape and took it out.

Police arrested him two years later in 1913 and the painting was returned to the museum. A businessman introduced Perugia to police.

 The famous Dutch painter Rembrandt's painting holds the record for most thefts in the world and is jokingly known as "Rembrandt to rob". The painting, called the Portrait of Jacob de Gaine III, has been stolen four times in 1966, 1973, 1981 and 1986, and fortunately has been found each time.

In 1990, two robbers disguised as police officers entered the Isabella Steward Gardner Museum in Boston, USA, and took 13 paintings with them. No traces of mysterious paintings and thieves have been found since then, and empty frames are still hanging in the museum.

In 1991, a man hid in the toilet of the Van Gogh Museum in the Netherlands and with the help of a museum guard, stole 30 paintings, including one of Van Gogh. An hour later, Dutch police found stolen arts in the car of a fugitive thief. The thieves were also arrested a few months later.

Madonna was robbed in Scotland. The two thieves who went there as tourists managed to disarm the guards and steal the billboards. After four years of searching, police found the painting in Glasgow.

In 2004, armed robbers stormed the Edward Munch Museum in Oslo in front of astonished visitors, removing two paintings of the expressionist master from the wall and taking them away. Police later found the artifacts, but the "Scream" painting was in poor condition and could not be fully repaired.

The largest theft of European works of art took place in Zurich in 2008 with the theft of four paintings by Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Vince van Gogh and Claude Monet (pictured) worth 180 million Swiss francs. All four paintings were later found.

 A gold coin weighing 100 kg was stolen in Berlin in 2017. The value of the gold coin at the time was close to $4 million. The thieves probably entered the museum through a window and took with them the coin struck in Canada with the face of Queen Elizabeth.

One of Europe's largest jewelery treasures was looted on November 25, 2019 at the Grüne Gewölbe Museum (Green Arch) in Dresden, East Germany. The thieves were able to remove three precious collections from the museum. Some parts are unique and cannot be priced. Visiting the museum is accompanied by modern security arrangements. The thieves probably came in through a window.

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Good one

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Robbery is a bad and evil act which is needed to be stopped

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I don't tolerate robbers but I just found it cool hehe

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