The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will restore the world heritage site of Bandiagara, in central Mali, which has been hit hard by the country's long-running conflict.
UNESCO to restore Mali's conflict-hit Bandiagara Site
Egypt’s hard-hit tourist industry has been given a major boost with the news that no coronavirus cases have been reported among visitors in the month since travelers began returning to three governorates.
Virus-free month lifts Egypt tourism hopes
British ‘Far Out Magazine’ selected ‘Close-Up’, a documentary, mockumentary and self-fulfilling film directed by the internationally well-known late (July 4, 2016) Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, as one of the top 25 foreign films of all time.
Kiarostami’s ‘Close-Up’ selected among top 25 foreign films of all time
A virtual forum titled ‘China-Iran Sinology Development and Culture after the COVID-19 Pandemic’ was held on Tuesday in the presence of experts from both countries.
Iran, China hold online forum on Sinology development and post-pandemic culture
The screenplay of the Iranian film, ‘Carrot Cake,’ written by Iman Davari, has been selected to vie at the competition section of the 38th Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) in the US.
Iran’s ‘Carrot Cake’ to vie for best screenplay award in RIIFF
The Iranian short film, ‘Crusher,’ directed by Arshia Zeinali, received the special jury award at the 6th Fly Film Festival in the US (July 31-August 1).
Iranian ‘Crusher’ wins jury award at American film festival
Kenya opened its borders for international tourism on August 1st right in the middle of the annual Great Migration starting in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park and culminating in Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Kenya reopens for tourism, but you can watch the Great Migration on video
Deputy Minister for Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Mohammad Hossein Talebian said that 3,400 artifacts have been returned to Iran over the past six years.
Official: 3,400 ancient artifacts returned to Iran in six years
Pipe by precious pipe, the organ that once thundered through Notre Dame Cathedral is being taken apart after last year’s devastating fire.
Notre Dame Cathedral’s organ getting four-year-long cleaning

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