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Archaeologists believe the altar was used for family worship and dates back over 2,000 years at the height of Sicily's Hellenic period.
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Barcelona FC play last game at Camp Nou stadium ahead of revamp
It has been a theatre of dreams for some or a cauldron of nightmares for others. Now, after more than more than six decades, football drama finally ended at Barcelona's legendary Camp Nou with the stadium shutting for a major refit.
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Fourteen films currently presenting at this year's Cannes Film Festival have received support from the European Commission.
Ukrainian songbird installations sing in Liverpool for Eurovision 2023
Twelve "Soloveiko Songbirds" from different regions of Ukraine have travelled to Liverpool to contribute their song to the audiences at Eurovision.
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Four years after the fire of the cathedral in Paris, a project is underway to install a new spire.
Vatican returns Parthenon fragments to Greece
The ecumenical "donation" by the Vatican furthers a campaign to press the British Museum to hand back a collection of sculptures taken from the ancient site in Athens more than 200 years ago.
Muslims in Jerusalem celebrate first day of Ramadan
Thousands of Muslims have gathered in Jerusalem's Old City to celebrate the beginning of Ramadan.
How to rescue and renovate culture sites after deadly earthquakes
Another terrible repercussion of earthquakes like those experienced by Türkiye and Syria this month is the destruction of cultural heritage. Sergio Cantone has examined Italy's areas hit by devastating quakes and their efforts to protect and preserve history.
Ukraine’s Odesa city put on UNESCO heritage in danger list
The UN cultural agency, UNESCO, said on Wednesday that it had designated the historic centre of the Ukrainian city of Odesa, as a World Heritage in Danger site.
Ukraine is racing to 3D scan its monuments before they’re bombed
The idea is to create digital models of historic monuments that can help in their restoration if they are damaged by Russia's invasion.
Ukraine curators in mission to save Balakliya museum cultural heritage
Curators at a museum a few kilometres from Ukraine's front line are trying to remove thousands of exhibits for safe keeping.
Brazil to create 'memorial' from artwork damaged by far-right rioters
Several pieces of art, including a painting worth around €1.4 million, were destroyed when thousands of supporters of former leader Jair Bolsonaro swarmed Brazil's presidential palace.
Shine on: Campaigners save London's historic gas lamps
A 200-year-old nightly ritual nearly became history, but campaigners forced local government to drop plans to replace gas-powered lamps in London.