A 16th-century copy of Leonardo da Vinci's ‘Salvator Mundi’ that was stolen from a basilica museum in Naples has been recovered by Italian police.
Police discover stolen ‘Salvator Mundi’ in Naples apartment
Donald Trump, who was impeached last week for inciting the insurrection at the Capitol, is set to be tried by the Senate after his presidential term. And now Trump has another trial planned: The Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists known as SAG-AFTRA, the performers union he’s been a member of for three decades, began planning a hearing to consider whether Trump’s incitement of the violence at the Capitol violated the guild’s constitution.
SAG-AFTRA moves to expel Trump following US Capitol attack
Iranian movie ‘Castle of Dreams,’ directed by Reza Mirkarimi, received the Australian Golden Pomegranate Award from the 9th Iranian Film Festival Australia (IFFA).
Iranian film ‘Castle of Dreams’ wins Australian Golden Pomegranate
Iranian Minister of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Ali-Asghar Mounesan highlighted Iran’s significant potential for nature tourism and said it is as mighty as cultural heritage.
Minister highlights importance of nature tourism
Ancient coins weighing more than 12 pounds in silver have been recovered by archeologists in Poland.
Ancient coins dropped by fleeing Vandals recovered in Poland
International tourist numbers will increase 33.7% in 2021 compared to last year in a best-case scenario, according to the federal Tourism Ministry (SECTUR), but even if that upturn is achieved tourism would still be well below 2019 levels.
Best-case scenario for Mexico’s tourism this year is 26% fewer visitors than 2019
Paris, a great literary city, is losing one of its most celebrated bookshops. Gibert Jeune, a popular chain, announced it will be closing its flagship shop in the Latin Quarter in March – the latest in a series of closures and appeals for help that threaten the future of the city’s booksellers.
Closure of an iconic Paris bookshop alarms French bibliophiles
‘Teeter-Totter Wall,’ a temporary interactive installation designed by California-based architects Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, won the 2020 Beazley Design of the Year, an annual award and exhibition run by London’s Design Museum.
A seesaw for kids on the US-Mexico border wins Beazley Design of the Year
The Venice Film Festival is tweaking its sections as it gears up for its upcoming 78th edition in September.
Venice Film Festival tweaks sections, launches Horizons Extra

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