Statue of Roman Goddess, Ceres, removed from Capitol dome for refurbishment

Thu Nov 15 17:12:37 PST 2018

Statue of Roman Goddess, Ceres, removed from Capitol dome for refurbishment

Andrew Havranek reports.

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