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More Hoysala monuments in Karnataka line up for World Heritage Site tag

The Hoysala temples in Belur, Halebeedu and Somanathapura are India’s official nominations for inclusion as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, but a few other temples belonging to the same period could join the list at to come up. The Hoysala temples in Belur, Halebeedu and Somanathapura are India’s official nominations for …

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DVIDS – News – JTFB, USACAPOC partner with Honduran military for second cultural heritage assessment

SOTO CANO AIR BASE, Honduras – Joint Task Force-Bravo and the Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command partnered with the Honduran Army’s 120th Infantry Brigade and the Institute of Anthropology and History to assess cultural heritage sites affected by hurricanes Eta and Iota in Copan, Honduras, March 7-11. This is …

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Steps taken to preserve ‘Takht-i-Bai’ heritage site – Latest News – The Nation

ISLAMABAD – The Directorate of Archeology and Museums (DOAM) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have taken various measures to preserve a World Heritage Site ‘Takht-i-Bahi’ and are committed to ensuring a center of attraction among people as well as foreign tourists. Speaking to APP, a …

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How can Iranian tourism improve its degraded image?

TEHRAN – A hidden gem and a backpacker’s dream, Iran holds vast potential as a vacation destination with stunning landscapes, numerous World Heritage sites and, above all, its hospitable people. Dissenting voices exist, but the problem is that the true face of Iran is galaxies away from the image Western …

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Work restores Kasubi Royal Tombs to their former glory

By BAMUTURAKI MUSINGUZI The restoration of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Royal Tombs of Kasubi is at the roofing stage and the site will soon be removed from the List of World Heritage in Danger by the end of the year. The Buganda Kings Cemetery was razed on …

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Burren and Inis Cealtra heritage listing announcement delayed

Holy Island / Inis Cealtra on Lough Derg Michael McNamara, Independent TD of Clare, said a decision regarding the inclusion of the Burren Uplands and Holy Island (Inis Cealtra) cultural landscape on a new Tentative List of potential World Heritage properties for the Ireland has been pushed back until June. …

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Glimpses of Kaziranga National Park

Declared a national park in 1968 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park is famous for the habitat of the one-horned rhino apart from other animals and birds. Updated: March 05, 2022 10:19 1ten Kaziranga National Park | Photo AP/Anupam Nath A dear eats a silk cotton flower …

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Top 10 best national parks in the world in 2022

With so much to see in national parks, it can be hard to decide which one to visit. These parks were created to protect some of the world’s most diverse ecosystems, breathtaking views and stunning wildlife. National parks are a nature lover’s paradise, with everything from tranquil lakes and lagoons …

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Prince William and Kate Middleton take a trip to Wales

Prince William and Kate Middleton embarked on a day trip to Wales for the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Abergavenny and Blaenavon to celebrate the festival and learn more about the crucial role of the Welsh farming industry …

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Reorganization of the municipality of Manama with a view to being included on the UNESCO heritage list | THE DAILY TRIBUNE

TDT | manama The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com The historic building of the municipality of Manama is to be refurbished as part of an application to be included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities (BACA) and the …

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Improvement plans worth £15m to start at Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

Work worth £15million to transform visitor facilities at a World Heritage Site is due to start later this year. A total of £13.3million was granted by the UK government’s leveling fund in October to improve the area around the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in Trevor, with £1.7million coming from other organizations . …

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7 Amazing Once in a Lifetime Experiences in Bahrain

The Kingdom of Bahrain is an island country located in the Persian Gulf. It originally consisted of 50 natural islands, but 33 newer man-made islands bring that number to 83. Bahrain lies between Qatar and Saudi Arabia but has no land border with the other other than the causeway of …

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What’s open and closed for Heritage Day in Nova Scotia – Halifax

Monday marks Heritage Day in Nova Scotia, and many businesses will be closed for the long weekend. The winner of this year’s Heritage Day is the landscape of the World Heritage Site of Grand-Pré, which celebrates its 10th anniversary as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read more: Film sheds light …

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World Celebration of Robert Owen

Jane Masters is thrilled the celebration is happening now, a few months later than planned. New Lanark: A Living Legacy is a hybrid event, taking place both in person at the World Heritage Site and online, from Tuesday March 1 through Thursday March 3. With a packed program of speakers …

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UNESCO and International Union for Conservation of Nature prepare for Lake Baikal mission – Society & Culture

PARIS, February 17. /TASS/. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is preparing a mission to Lake Baikal in collaboration with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to assess the ecological status of the lake, the representative of UNESCO headquarters in Paris told TASS on Thursday. …

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Who built Stonehenge? A brand new exhibition from the British Museum brings us closer to the truth

The famous stone circle of Stonehenge in the English countryside is an instantly recognizable prehistoric monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ancient humans started building here around 5,000 years ago – the stone circle was erected in the late Neolithic period, around 2,500 BC. But many of its secrets …

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Jain community, ASI fight over a pillar in Ellora

The ASI in Aurangabad cited that Jain Keerti Stambh, 48, in front of the main gate of Ellora Caves represents one religion and that its location in front of a World Heritage monument displaying the remains of three major religions does not have the looks good. The ASI, which wants …

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One Ocean Summit: UNESCO calls on countries to include ocean education in school curricula by 2025

On the occasion of the One Ocean Summit taking place in Brest, France, UNESCO announced that it had set itself the objective of including ocean education in the school curricula of its 193 States. members by 2025. To achieve this objective, the United Nations agency provides public decision-makers with a …

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Mapped: African World Heritage sites threatened by sea level rise ‘could triple by 2050’

Three times as many sites of sacred value, scientific wonders and natural splendors across Africa could face risks from human-induced climate change by mid-century, study finds. The research reveals that 56 natural and cultural heritage sites across Africa are already at risk from coastal flooding and erosion exacerbated by rising …

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The amazing recovery of a heavily polluted river in the heart of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area

For more than 40 years, an underground coal mine has dumped poorly treated sewage directly into the Wollangambe River, which runs through the heart of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area. Much of this spectacular wilderness river was chronically polluted, with dangerously high levels of zinc and nickel. Few animals …

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9 fabulous experiences in one of Austria’s sunniest winter destinations

Vorarlberg is one of the main regions of Austria, in the far west of the country. It borders Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. A popular part of Vorarlberg is the sunny Bregenzerwald (Bregenz Forest) which is on the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites due to its nature, architecture and …

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Edinburgh named one of the best places in the world to visit – thanks to its culture, festivals and heritage

The Scottish capital’s summer and winter festivals, museums and galleries, and the Old and New Towns have all been cited by Tripadvisor in its annual awards for the world’s best destinations. Edinburgh was named ahead of Bangkok, Amsterdam, Lisbon, Mumbai, Jaipur, Abu Dhabi, Las Vegas and Athens as it was …

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Thessaloniki available on Google Arts and Culture

Thessaloniki UNESCO World Heritage Sites are now available on the Google Arts & Culture platform. “Thessaloniki: An Open Museum of Early Christian and Byzantine Art” includes photographs, videos and interactive street views of the city’s ancient and Byzantine monuments, collectively inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1988. Some of …

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India ranked top 10 in nationwide travel index | India News

NEW DELHI: India has been ranked among the top 10 countries for cross-country travel in an index of 118 countries by vacation home aggregator Holidu. The index has been compiled taking into account a variety of factors considered important to anyone planning a road trip, including attractions like Unesco World …

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Key works by influential contemporary Saudi artists exhibited in the extraordinary desert… | Your money

AL-`ULA, Saudi Arabia, Jan. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Royal Commission for AlUla has announced that landmark works by some of Saudi Arabia’s most influential contemporary artists will be exhibited in the extraordinary desert setting of AlUla, where the arts play a central role in the resurgence of one …

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National Tourism Day January 25, 2022

The Ministry of Tourism celebrated the National Tourism Day by holding a two-hour program on a virtual platform today January 25, 2022 under the aegis of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav celebration, marking 75 years of the independence of India. The theme of this year’s celebration is rural and community …

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5 unique and surreal places in Africa

Yes, you have heard how beautiful and diverse Africa is. From dense jungles to vast deserts to breathtaking beaches, Africa has it all. But do you know these 5 unique places in Africa that are so surreal you’d think they were out of this world? Let’s start with two beautiful …

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5 do-it-yourself hiking adventures for 2022

Backroads Walking and Walking Tour of Cinque Terre and Tuscany Country roads Just when we thought it was safe to travel again, Omicron arrived. It seems like I’ve spent more time making and canceling travel plans over the past few months than I’d like to admit. Although the coast is …

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ZSI highlights wildlife diversity, health cards as Meghalaya launches UNESCO label for Living Root B – The New Indian Express

Express press service GUWAHATI: Diversity of wildlife and preparation of health records will be prerequisites for Meghalaya’s Living Root Bridges to obtain the UNESCO World Heritage Site tag. Dr. Dhriti Banerjee, who is the director of Zoological Survey of India (ZSI), has emphasized both aspects to meet UNESCO criteria IX …

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Hyatt Launches Destination By Hyatt Brand in Asia Pacific

WHY IT RATES: The independent hotel brand will begin its expansion in Asia starting in mainland China this year, with a mountainside hotel opening this year and a beachfront hotel slated to open in 2026. – Lacey Pfalz, Associate Editor, TravelPulse Hyatt today announced that the Destination by Hyatt brand …

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Tickets for the Caminito del Rey tourist attraction in Malaga are on sale until June 19

L’allée du roi is currently open Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. / ON The three-kilometre Gorge Walkway, usually open Tuesday to Sunday, will also be open to the public on several Mondays this year Malaga City Hall has announced that tickets for the Caminito del Rey, …

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Visit the most haunted cities on the planet

Creepy apparitions, sinister spirits, deadly demons, and gruesome ghosts are being reported all over the world, and scare fans are eagerly venturing to seek out such spooky enticements with supernatural beings. From the Americas and Europe to the swathes of Australasia, it seems no nation is safe from the hauntings …

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MALTA: CROSSROADS OF ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN HISTORY

TRAVEL by Eric Mackenzie Lamb The Republic of Malta has always been one of the places I have wanted to visit. But due to ever-changing Covid-19 travel restrictions, the small island nation was difficult to get to. However, I finally did it last summer. And what I saw was just …

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Planning to visit South Africa? Here is your travel guide

Even though the Omicron variant continues to pose a threat, you can plan a hassle-free trip to countries like South Africa if you adhere to Covid restrictions. Some of the destinations you can explore are here. Discover the Drakensberg full of adventures KwaZulu-Natal is home to the Drakensberg Mountains (the …

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The best Texas getaways for every type of traveler

It’s no secret that Texas is big – huge, in fact – but its size is nowhere near as impressive as its geographic and cultural diversity. Here the lush and verdant east meets the boundless and open west as the city streets turn into country roads and back again. Whether …

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Quicksand, creeping shadows on the Sun Temple

Massive. Staggering. Magnificent. Impressive. Gift from ancient India to World Heritage. The Konark Sun Temple is about 750 years of history and 120 years of conservation. It represents the culmination of the architecture of the temple of Odisha. Even in its current state of disrepair, it is one of the …

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Olive tree cultivation in the “City of Gladiators” goes back centuries – Middle East Monitor

The practice of harvesting olives, which dates back centuries, began in the ancient town of Stratonikeia, located in the Turkish province of Mugla, Anadolu News Agency reports. The city was inscribed on the Tentative List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2015. Also known as the “City of the Gladiators”, …

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The best islands in Japan to visit, from Okinawa to Aoshima cat sanctuary

Editor’s Note – Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel’s weekly newsletter. Receive news about opening and closing destinations, inspiration for future adventures, as well as the latest in aviation, food and drink, where to stay and other travel developments. (CNN) – Surprisingly perhaps, less than 10% of the …

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ASI Hampi asked to nominate World Heritage status for Sannati Buddhist site

Efforts are underway to include the Buddhist site excavated in and around Sannati, on the banks of the Bhima at Chittapur taluk in the Kalaburagi district, in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites, the additional director general said ( conservation and scientific preservation), Archaeological Survey of India, New Delhi, …

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Jerusalem replica of Dome of the Rock stirs controversy

The Dome of the Rock is an Islamic shrine and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, sacred to Jews and Muslims A replica of the Dome of the Rock, one of Jerusalem’s most recognizable landmarks, has been erected in a Palestinian neighborhood without city council approval, sparking controversy led by Israeli …

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Star-studded concert celebrating the American dream will air on PBS on New Years Eve

A new star-studded concert, “United in Song: Celebrating the American Dream,” will air on New Years Eve, Friday, December 31, 2021 from 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. ET and again from 10:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. PM ET on PBS, PBS.org and the PBS Video App. Independence Hall in Philadelphia, …

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Plan to include Thai cannabis on UNESCO’s list of intangible cultural heritage

[Intangible: adj. Incapable of being perceived by the senses.] While some would characterize the effects of marijuana as anything but intangible, the Ministry of Culture is considering including Thai ganja on UNESCO’s “intangible cultural heritage” list. The ministry says Thai cannabis has been used in all parts of the country …

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Historic Monastery of St. Catherine on Mount Sinai

Panoramic view of the Saint Catherine monastery. Credit: patano / Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 3.0 Saint Catherine’s Monastery at the foot of Mount Sinai in the city of Saint Catherine, Egypt, is one of the most important Christian monasteries in the world. Not only is it one of the oldest …

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Heracles statue discovered in ancient Greek city of Aizanoi

A statue of Heracles has just been exhumed on Monday in the ancient Greek city of Aizanoi, in Asia Minor. Credit: Screenshot of the video A magnificent statue of Heracles, the Greek demigod, has just been unearthed in the ancient Greek city of Aizanoi, according to archaeologists’ statements to the …

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Great Barrier Reef could face another mass bleaching by end of January, forecast | Great Barrier Reef

Corals in large parts of the Great Barrier Reef could be affected by massive bleaching for the fourth time in just seven years by the end of January, according to forecasts from a US government agency. Reef scientists are hoping favorable weather conditions, including cloud cover and rain or a …

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In revolutionary month, Saudi Arabia shows the world a new face

The Kingdom organized a series of high-profile events in December, reassuring the world that its liberalization policy is bearing fruit. Over the past month, prominent international celebrities from Hilary Swank to Nadine Njeim have walked the red carpet in sparkling and sometimes plunging dresses usually reserved in Los Angeles or …

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Make your vacation shine with this sparkling wine from Italy’s last UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Prosecco Hills The hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene are the heart of Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG – the Prosecco that reigns throughout the world. We have so much to celebrate with our family, friends and colleagues this holiday season. As we toast another year past, popping a bottle of …

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Is intangible cultural heritage witchcraft? – Part 2 – The mast in line

[By Chanda Penda] Explore the heritage field Last week we explored the satirical genesis of the witchcraft smear as part of the Bachelor of Arts in Intangible Cultural Heritage (IBH) program offered by the University of Zambia (UNZA). So far, I get questions from almost everyone who is a first-time …

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Archaeological China unveils splendid Chinese civilization

Since March of this year, the new dizzying archaeological excavations at the Sanxingdui site have continued to impress the world. Golden masks, bronze sacred trees, bronze altars and many other national level cultural relics showcase the imagination of the Shu civilization. To discuss the future protection and development of these …

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Valletta, Malta, named best European city for well-being

Valletta, Malta, has been named the premier wellness destination in Europe. So don’t forget your yoga … [+] carpet! Malta Tourist Board What does it mean to be well? Our health and well-being depend on a number of factors, including the environment we live in, the exercise we do, and …

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Cahokia Mounds Historic Site Offers Augmented Reality Tours

There’s a new way to explore an ancient Illinois place. Visitors to the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site can try to experience it in “augmented reality” or AR, to see the Grand Plaza as it was 1,000 years ago, the stockade as it stood. formerly and the exterior and interior …

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Lalibela, the world heritage site caught in the war in Ethiopia | New

Government forces recaptured the historic town famous for its iconic rock-hewn churches from rival Tigrayan forces. The Ethiopian government says its forces and allies have recaptured the town of Lalibela, a UNESCO World Heritage site in the Amhara region of the besieged country. Lalibela, home to 11 medieval rock-hewn churches …

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Best neighborhoods in Phoenix – Lonely Planet

Among the mountains and arid landscapes of the Sonoran Desert is Phoenix, the most populous capital of the United States. Just beyond this desert metropolis are its sister cities and towns that make up the vast urban area of ​​the Greater Phoenix. The culture of the American Southwest can be …

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Kuching’s diverse food is recognized

KUCHING, November 29, 2021: Kuching has joined the Creative Cities Network (UCCN) of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The capital of Sarawak was one of 49 new cities that were added to CUCN, which was established in 2004 to promote cooperation among cities that identified creativity …

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Rethinking history: democratizing architectural heritage

Rethinking history: democratizing architectural heritage heritage/619fc922f91c81a972000073-rethinking-history-democratising-architectural-heritage-photo” src=”https://images.adsttc.com/media/images/619f/c922/f91c/81a9/7200/0073/newsletter/8352534406_04b65e939c_o.jpg?1637861651″/>Fiat Tagliero gas station – Asmara, Eritrea. Image © Licensed Flickr user David Stanley (CC BY 2.0). To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/972450/rethinking-history-democratising-architectural-heritage The built environment in which we all live is an integral part of interconnected global systems …

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Qatar elected member of the World Heritage Committee

Qatar was elected yesterday as a member of the World Heritage Committee for the period 2021-2025 after obtaining 114 votes – the highest among the candidate countries – at the meeting of the General Assembly of States Parties to the World Heritage Convention of 1972, held at the 41st session …

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My 4 Favorite Small Towns in Colorado near National Parks and Landmarks

When people think of Colorado, they think of skiing. The towns bordering the national parks have a different flavor; one worth sampling. One of America’s oldest mysteries surrounds the ancestral publeons, ancestors of today’s Pueblo tribes, and explains why they built elaborate dwellings on the cliffs and then abandoned them. …

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Villagers clean up 500-year-old temple in Varur in Dharwad and demand government intervention – The New Indian Express

Express news service HUBBALLI: The villagers of Varur of Dharwad have joined forces to restore a 500-year-old temple that has been in decay for decades. As part of World Heritage Week 2021, the villagers have completed the partial restoration of the temple which stands in the middle of the village …

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Enter the ancient city of Palmyra at the Crow Museum of Asian Art – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A few years after the ancient city of Palmyra was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980, Carolyn Brown made the first of three trips to the Syrian site to photograph one of the most magnificent cultural centers of the ancient world . A poignant documentation of a cultural …

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Famous sites will disappear by 2050

Rapa Nui, Kiribati, Edinburgh and Arnhem Land (clockwise from left) are all likely to be severely affected by climate change. (Getty) What do the famous Moai stone statues of Rapa Nui (Easter Island) and the spectacular ancient sites of Edinburgh have in common? Devastatingly, is that they could soon both …

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Biden to protect Native American heritage site from drilling and crackdown on human trafficking

President Joe Biden sought to show his commitment to Native Americans on Monday by announcing a step to help improve public safety and justice for their communities, which experience violent crime at rates more than double the national average. The administration also announced plans to continue a 20-year ban on …

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Free activities to do in Burgundy

With an assortment of gorgeous villages, a dashing medieval capital-turned-Renaissance, and more chateau-crowned vineyards than you could ever hope to visit in a lifetime, France’s premier wine region is loaded with priceless French panache. But with a bottle of the best Burgundy red demanding a price of several zeros, is …

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US takes steps to revert to UN cultural body; renounce anti-Palestinian senatorial law – Middle East Monitor

United States to join United Nations cultural agency UNESCO, four years after former President Donald Trump withdrew the country over accusations of anti-Israel bias, sources said in Congress and diplomatic. Reuters. The United States provided one-fifth of the funding for the Paris-based agency, but Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, stopped paying …

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Flooring project begins at historic Tabriz bazaar

TEHRAN – A flooring project is underway at the Amir Shomali covered passage of the UNESCO-listed Tabriz Bazaar in the northwest of the province of East Azerbaijan. To preserve, strengthen and redevelop the covered passages of the historic bazaar, the project is being carried out in collaboration with traders, said …

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Ancient droppings show residents of today’s Austria drank beer and ate blue cheese up to 2,700 years ago – ScienceDaily

Human faeces usually don’t stay long – and certainly not for thousands of years. But exceptions to this general rule can be found in a few places around the world, including the prehistoric salt mines in Austria’s UNESCO World Heritage Area Hallstatt-Dachstein / Salzkammergut. Now, researchers who have studied ancient …

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Five of the best fishing vacations in the world

New participants in the fishery hit a record last year. Villa del Palmar in the Loreto Islands Fishing has become a popular outlet for everyday well-being, especially among younger and more diverse populations. A June 2021 study by Boating and Fishing Foundation found that first-time fishing participants hit a record …

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World Heritage islands forced to take action to protect nature

Canoes packed with tourists headed for Pinaisara Falls, a popular tourist spot, in mid-July on Iriomotejima Island, dubbed “Japan’s last unexplored region.” “The basin is heavily congested during peak hours, and there are places on the ground where roots and rocks have been repeatedly scratched,” said Harumi Tokuoka, general manager …

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4 great things to do in Italy in the fall

A panoramic view of Orvieto in Umbria. getty If you are considering a fall trip to Italy, consider the options below to enjoy the country’s beautiful countryside and sample its fall food and wine. City travelers should also head to Genoa, where a unique biannual cultural event, the Rolli Days, …

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Reveal the secrets of the decorated farm

image: Historical research – for the future. Photo: Lars Nylander seen Following Credit: Lars Nylander An interdisciplinary research project spent four years exploring the interior design culture that has become Sweden’s 15th World Heritage Site, The Decorated Farms of Hälsingland. A recently published book now reveals details of the techniques, …

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Warragamba dam project criticized for impact on World Heritage

Environmental activists have said the NSW Australian government’s assessment of the Warragamba Dam wall elevation project is “grossly inadequate”. Climate advocates have called on the government to consider alternative methods such as buying back homes in flood-prone areas, according to the Guardian report. West Sydney Minister Stuart Ayres reportedly said …

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How art shapes our lives: the Moai of Rapa Nui

By Sal Maccarone Moai card on Easter Island Even from the most isolated place on earth, humanity has managed to express itself artistically through the ages. Shrouded in mystery, Easter Island truly sits in the middle of nowhere. Among other things, this tiny island in the Pacific Ocean has become …

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The oldest Hindu paintings preserved for eternity

New Delhi [India], Sept. 23 (ANI / NewsView): Arctic World Archive, a repository of humanity’s most important works, has initiated the preservation of restored works of art of Indian culture for eternity. Sapio Analytics, a government consulting firm known for its AI-focused policy development, made the filings. The archives are …

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The number one cultural power in the world? Italy

Italy, considered the cultural powerhouse of Europe, has once again taken control of the world with its iconic monuments, extraordinary works of art, stellar food and wine, and a host of other wonders. historical and natural. Let’s face it. The world has been fascinated by Italian culture for centuries, and …

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