After 23 years since it was stolen and 10 months since its discovery, a Gustav Klimt painting is returning to view.
Stolen Gustav Klimt painting will return to view after 23 years
At least 70 artworks and ancient artifacts across three galleries on Berlin’s museum island were vandalized with an oily substance earlier this month, German media reported.
Berlin: Vandalism of museum artifacts ‘linked to conspiracy theorists’
Seven Iranian films will be screened during the 25th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), in South Korea.
Seven films to represent Iran at Busan festival
UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay, in a message to Iran’s Ambassador to UNESCO Ahmad Jalali, wrote, “Mohammadreza Shajarian’s legacy will long live on in our hearts and minds.”
UNESCO head: Shajarian’s legacy to  ‘long live on in our hearts and minds’
Sweat baths have a long history of use in Mesoamerica, a historical region and cultural area which extends from approximately central Mexico through Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and northern Costa Rica.
New evidence found of ritual significance of classic Maya sweat bath in Guatemala
Thailand’s tourist industry took a modest step toward reviving its coronavirus-battered fortunes by welcoming 39 visitors who flew in from Shanghai, the first such arrivals since regular travelers were banned almost seven months ago.
Thailand admits foreign tourists for first time in seven months
So far, 133 countries have participated in the international sections of the 16th Resistance International Film Festival (RIFF), said the head of the Public Relations and Information Center of the festival, Seyyed Ahad Mikaeilzadeh.
Over 130 countries participating in int’l sections of Resistance International Film Festival

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