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The Roman fountain has been discovered in the history-rich site of Assos, where a 30 member team continues work around the ancient city.
The ancient castle bears traces of three important civilisations and is now open to domestic and foreign visitors after the completion of restoration works.
The recovery in the central and northern stretches of the UNESCO world heritage-listed reef contrasted with the southern region.
Ahead of the second anniversary of the reopening of Ayasofya as mosque, Türkiye releases books detailing architectural features of the mosque, and reaction of Turks on its conversion.
Kiev has welcomed the decision of UNESCO to recognise the borshch—that Russia also claims for its national dish—as Ukrainian cultural heritage.
Domestic and international visitors flock to charming touristic hub in central Nevsehir province after Covid-19 restrictions dropped.
Almost 100 sites listed in eight Ukrainian regions by the United Nation's cultural agency UNESCO have been damaged or totally destroyed since Russia attacked its neighbour.
Fighting between the rebels and soldiers flared up on Wednesday after several days of calm following earlier clashes that led to tens of thousands of people to flee the region.
Egyptian archaeologists have discovered the five tombs northeast of the pyramid of King Merenre I, who ruled Egypt around 2270 BC.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority said most of the marine park had been hit by "significant heat stress" over the summer, with water temperatures as much as 2-4 degrees Celsius above average.
Transport ministry in Peru says a light plane carrying sightseers on a tour of the huge Nazca Lines - lines etched into the country’s coastal desert - has crashed, killing all seven people on board.
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