Archaeologists in northwest Saudi Arabia discovered 4,500-year-old "funerary avenues" — the longest running for 170km (105 miles) — alongside thousands of pendant-shaped stone tombs.
Vast 4,500-year-old network of 'funerary avenues' discovered in Saudi Arabia
The world tourism industry barely improved last year compared to 2020, with all indicators staying way below pre-pandemic levels and industry professionals not expecting a full recovery before 2024, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) said on Tuesday.
World tourism inched back in 2021, still a fraction of pre-pandemic levels
Romania’s National Culture Day ceremony was held in ECO Cultural Institute (ECOCI) on Monday in Tehran, attended by a number of foreign ambassadors and representatives of international organizations.
ECO Cultural Institute hosts Romania’s National Culture Day
Scotland’s beloved son and national bard Robert Burns did more than any other poet to export the 18th-century Scottish dialect around the world, through the New Year classic ‘Auld Lang Syne’ and his other famous works.
Robert Burns’s letters reveal poet was advised not to write in Scots dialect
With less than 100 days before France’s presidential election, far-right hopeful Marine Le Pen has become embroiled in a row with one of the nation’s most recognisable landmarks.
Louvre attacks Marine Le Pen for claiming Paris landmark ‘as her own’ in campaign video

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