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Residents watch as the Costa Concordia cruise wreck is towed away from the Tuscan island of Giglio on July 23. (AP Photo)

Costa Concordia has started its four-day voyage from Giglio to Genoa today, reports The Independent. The 290-meter (951 feet), 115,000-ton corroding cruise liner dragged 12 tons of toxic products and polluted seawater past the French island of Corsica and through a whale and dolphin reserve as it makes its way to northern Italy.

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