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Ancient vicuna shearing tradition lives on in Peruvian Andes
At daybreak on a freezing cold day high in the Andes, dozens of Peruvian peasants clamber up a mountainside to carry out a centuries-old tradition: shearing vicunas.
Why preserving Iraq’s cultural heritage is crucial post-ISIS
Inca mummy renamed during ceremony in Bolivia
The Bolivian government held a ceremony in the presence of Indigenous authorities to rename a mummified Inca girl, honouring them during the celebration of the World's Indigenous People's Day on Monday.
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The tiny village of Algar is hoping to fight back against the rise of social media by protecting its 'Charla al Fresco'.
Climate data could be key for preserving our cultural treasures
Equipping heritage managers, governments and the public with the right data will help conserve our past.
The Tokyo Olympics will merge ancient heritage with modern innovation
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Looted artefacts found in Antwerp collector's home return to Italy
Giant cat drawing discovered on a hillside in Peru
Archaeologists in Peru have uncovered a giant drawing of what appears to be a cat on a hillside in Nazca.
The complicated relationship between Blackness and veganism
Archaeological World Heritage site in Italy welcomes back visitors
Paestum becomes the first of Italy’s famous archaeological sites to reopen following the pandemic lockdown
98 bells of Mafra basilica in Portugal chime after years of silence
Japanese imperial couple hold enthronement ceremonies in Ise sanctuary
Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako have finished two days of ceremonies at the Ise shrine in central Japan.
For sale: Reading jail, where Oscar Wilde was punished for gay sex
The upcoming sale has drawn criticism from campaigners who had hoped to turn the facility into an arts center to honour the Irish writer's legacy.
Watch: Protester dressed as ancient Roman jumps into Trevi fountain
Natural wonders: discover UNESCO's new World Heritage sites
The Hyrcanian forests along the Caspian Sea in Iran and the migratory bird sanctuaries in the Gulf of China are among the new sites that made UNESCO's emblematic World Heritage List this year.
Notre Dame: Probe examines power fault or cigarette as possible causes
French authorities have no grounds to believe that the fire that wrecked Paris' Notre-Dame Cathedral in April was the result of criminal activity, although they are looking into the possibility of negligence, said the Paris prosecutor's office.
Carolina Herrera under fire for misappropriating Mexican culture
The Venezuelan-born designer has handed over the creative director role to Wes Gordon.
Nesvizh Castle: an architectural landmark of Eastern Europe in Belarus
Watch: 13 artists in Samarkand immortalise cultural sites in drawings
French 'Spiderman' climbs skyscraper to raise funds for Notre-Dame
Dubbed the "French Spiderman", Alain Robert scaled a skyscraper without a harness in Paris on Monday to raise funds for the renovation of Notre-Dame cathedral.
Digitising Slovakia's literary heritage for posterity
Restoration of Brazil's National Museum continues 5 months after five
Efforts to restore Brazil's National Museum are still underway five months after it was engulfed in a devastating fire.
The 'Weirdos' trying to keep a French tradition alive near Canada
Push to save historic orphanage in Turkey
Idlib antiquities museum reopens after 5 years