Concordia staying in Italy

The raised wreck of the Costa Concordia will be demolished in Italy.
The raised wreck

The raised wreck

The vessel will be towed to Genoa for dismantling in July, Italian media said.

The cruiseship capsized in January 2012, after hitting rocks off Giglio, killing 32 people.

Yards in Turkey, the UK, France and the Netherlands had been bidding for the EUR 100m ($136m) contract.

In Italy, the competition was between breakers in Tuscany, Sicily and Genoa.

The tow will take five days.

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