Man Looks Identical to 16th Century Painting

This man found his doppelganger at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and posed for a picture.
3:00 | 11/13/12

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You never know where you'll find your -- and getting them. This man found kids at the Philadelphia Museum of Art this vote on the twins from different centuries is trending on the website read it. -- did not crazy besides the obvious physical resemblance. This portrait of -- nobleman was doing gauntlet -- this student from Temple University Goucher something else very unique sense of fashion. Maybe red -- -- of the tie dyed his sixteenth century. You're -- no. We found a couple of -- example. And I don't -- is there on my colleague. Well Mona Lisa fans can't handle it with anybody and look like you were just -- -- And then and then that morning we saw something Samoan thought there was something to the American got -- and alcohol anybody. Jeff. Moving -- now I -- I -- yeah.

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