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FILE In this undated photo released by the Italian Navy Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012, scuba divers inspect the Costa Concordia cruise ship grounded off the Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy. A veritable treasure now lies beneath the pristine Italian waters where the massive cruise liner ran aground last month. In the chaotic evacuation of more than 4,200 people from the Costa Concordia, passengers and crew abandoned almost everything on board: jewels, cash, champagne, antiques, 19th century Bohemian crystal glassware, thousands of art objects and even 300-year-old woodcut prints by a Japanese master. (AP Photo/Italian Navy GOS handout)

FILE In this undated photo released by the Italian Navy Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012, scuba divers inspect the Costa Concordia cruise ship grounded off the Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy. A veritable treasure now lies beneath the pristine Italian waters where the massive cruise liner ran aground last month. In the chaotic evacuation of more than 4,200 people from the Costa Concordia, passengers and crew abandoned almost everything on board: jewels, cash, champagne, antiques, 19th century Bohemian crystal glassware, thousands of art objects and even 300-year-old woodcut prints by a Japanese master. (AP Photo/Italian Navy GOS handout)

Costa Concordia anniversary

Survivors of the Costa Concordia

shipwreck and relatives of the 32 people who died marked the first

anniversary of the grounding Jan. 13 with the unveiling of memorials to

the victims, a tearful Mass in their honor and a minute of silence to

recall the exact moment that the cruise ship rammed into a reef off

Tuscany.