Rome honours Carravaggio's death

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Churches and galleries in Rome will be staying open overnight this weekend to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of Caravaggio.

The Italian Renaissance master, whose life was colourful and often troubled, is widely credited by experts as an inspiration to artists like Rembrandt.

Duncan Kennedy reports from Rome.

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