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06505934 ©Nikolai Linares/EPA/MAXPPP COPENHAGEN 20180208 Taxidermist Mikala Bagge looks at the Emil Nolde painting 'Dinner in Emmaus' in UV lighting to evaluate damages at the Danish National Museum's restoration department in Lyngby, outside Copenhagen, Denmark, 08 February 2018. The painting was stolen from the Oelstrup church, Ringkoebing, Denmark in 2014 and submerged in Germany in January 2018. It has an estimated value of 10 million Danish krones (1.3 million euro) and arrived at the Danish National Museum and will undergo restorations.