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Mary Rose museum opens

A £35m purpose-built museum for Henry VIII’s flagship, the Mary Rose, has been officially opened in Portsmouth. The 16th Century hull is once again on display at the Historic Dockyard museum – yards from where the Tudor warship was built 500 years ago. Sally Taylor has been taking a look at how the 500-year-old ship has been put on show.

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