Frozen in time at the Costa Concordia’s crippled starboard side, a couple of rusty lounge chairs are tidily lined up on the balcony, a simple aluminum chair stands in a corner, while green lamps hang over the cruise ship’s deck. By some strange fortuity, despite the collision on the rocks of Giglio on January 13, the capsizing of the ship, 20 months underwater and a 65-degree rotation, the chairs and lamps amazingly stand in their original positions, as if waiting for guests to enjoy some sunshine or a coffee at the one of the cruise ship’s shining bars.
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