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The parbuckling maneuver to pull the stricken Costa Concordia cruise ship upright was completed in the early hours of Tuesday morning. All in all, the operation took 19 hours to complete, but you can watch whole thing in one minute with this time-lapse footage:

Here are photos of the newly-raised starboard side of the ship, which has been partially submerged since striking rocks off the coast of Italy in early 2012.

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