Finding your 16th Century identical Twin at an Art Museum

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17th Dec, 2012

There is only one true explanation for this. He’s a time traveler! Meet Reddit.com user Max Galuppo who recently took a trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art in his very colorful tee-shirt and posed for a bunch of pictures in front of various paintings. But it wasn’t until later that he realized just how closely he resembled one of the portraits, Nobleman with Duelling Gauntlet, an artwork from 1562!

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