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First woman named to head Vatican MuseumsBy Korea Herald
Published : Dec. 21, 2016 - 17:35
Jutte, 54, steps up from her current role as deputy director on Jan. 1, taking over from Antonio Paolucci, 77, an art historian and former Italian culture minister.
Jutte, a native of Rome, has worked at the Vatican since 1996.
She will be taking over one of the world’s greatest collections of artworks, contained in 7 kilometers of galleries and including the celebrated Sistine Chapel.
The museums draw in 4 million visitors each year despite a relatively hefty standard adult entry price of 16 euros ($16.60).
Most reviews are highly favorable despite some grumbling that the visitor experience is negatively affected by overcrowding.
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