This year the island of Cyprus saw a significant decrease of arrivals and departures, and a record low in tourism revenue. This is mainly due to travel restrictions after the coronavirus pandemic outbreak in the beginning of March. There will be impact on the Cyprus economy as a whole, coronavirus-caused losses in tourism affect other economic sectors that supply the goods and services travelers seek including restaurants and entertainment, food providers, and services.
Tourism arrivals, revenue hit record lows in Cyprus
The remains of several timber circles constructed over 4,500 years ago have been discovered at the Perdigões Complex archeological site in Portugal.
4,500-year-old 'timber circles' discovered in Portugal
Havana was once dubbed the ‘Paris of the Caribbean’ for its beautiful architecture, vibrant art scene, and flourishing nightlife. Now it even has its own Eiffel Tower.
Havana, ‘Paris of the Caribbean,’ gets its own Eiffel Tower
Iranian short animation, ‘Not Winter,’ is slated to be screened at AniMate festival, also known as the Australia Animation Film Festival, which will be held in November.
Iran’s animation ‘Not Winter’ to be screened at Australian festival
Standing Director of China National Arts and Crafts Society of Tsinghua University Zhang Fuye said on Tuesday culture is the infrastructure of bilateral ties and asked for the promotion of cultural ties between Iran and China.
Chinese professor calls for boosting Beijing-Tehran cultural ties
Italian Ambassador to Tehran Giuseppe Perrone said that his country and Iran enjoy longstanding relations, and the sanctions could not interrupt Italy’s cultural activities in Iran.
Italian envoy rejects effects of sanctions on Italy’s cultural activities in Iran
Turkish tourism sector is going through hard times. World’s sixth most popular travel destination has been dented by waves of travel restrictions and cancellations worldwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Turkey’s tourism is going through hard times
A prehistoric mass grave containing human remains and pottery shards has been discovered on a proposed development site in Xagħra, a town on the island of Gozo in Malta.
Neolithic mass burial site discovered in Xagħra, Malta
The second skeleton of a young girl from Parthian Era has been unearthed from Ashraf Hill in the central Iranian province of Isfahan, said the head of the excavation team, Ali Reza Ja’fari-Zand.
Second skeleton of a Parthian lady unearthed in Ashraf Hill, central Iran

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