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Performers take to the streets for Madrid's flamenco festival
Flamenco dancers are emerging from indoor venues into the bright Madrid sunshine for the 6th edition of the city's flamenco festival. Restricted during the pandemic, organisers want to bring the art form onto the streets and closer to the people.
Italy seeks UNESCO heritage recognition for its world-famous opera
Espresso might have not made the cut, but the Italian opera is seeking to be recognised on UNESCO’s prestigious list of intangible global heritage.
Adjara: Where sun-kissed beaches meet snowy mountains
Sat at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, the Georgian region of Adjara is a haven for eco-tourists.
Traditional Wine Horses race of Calatrava comes back as UNESCO heritage
More than two years after the last edition due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, and after having achieved the declaration as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, Los Caballos del Vino (the Wine Horses) have returned every May 2 to the streets of Caravaca de la Cruz.
Global Geoparks: What are they and why should you visit one?
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Ukraine's heritage now under protection from international bodies
Europa Nostra and Global Heritage Fund have launched a joint crowdfunding campaign to support the defenders of Ukraine’s endangered heritage.
Ukraine's cultural heritage is in danger, UNESCO warns
UN officials have warned that the country's entire cultural life is at risk of disappearing as Moscow continues its aggression.
Ukrainian artists respond to Russian invasion of their homeland
“The cars and buses who go out of the country, they go with people. There is no place for art. You cannot compare human life with an art piece.”
The Italian Espresso makes a bid for UNESCO immortality
Far more than just a shot, millions find the classic infusion magical.
Guatemala: Visit the megadiverse country with 360 microclimates
Guatemala is perfect for outdoorsy types with a sense of adventure.
Australian government pumps cash into Great Barrier Reef protection
The Great Barrier Reef is at risk of being removed from UNESCO's World Heritage list due to the damage it has sustained.
UNESCO places Viking-era boats on heritage list in Nordic triumph
Wooden 'Clinker' boats are now represent the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity through a joint bid made by Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden/
Brave swimmers take part in Poland’s first underground relay
Hundreds of swimmers braved the elements to swim through an underground corridor at the Historic Silver Mine in Tarnowskie Gory, on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Greenpeace to sue Hungary over Lake Ferto construction project
Greenpeace is challenging a development project that the Hungarian government has put up for tender, claiming that it threatens a lake which is classed as a Unesco world heritage site.
UNESCO and Belgian theatre help Iraqi youngsters make a movie in Mosul
Young Iraqi film students tell their own stories from Mosul by the help of UNESCO. In a collaboration between the Mosul fine arts academy, a Belgian theatre company and UNESCO, 19 students are getting a chance to make their first short films.
Final of the UNESCO listed ritual dance of the royal drum in Burundi
Listed as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO since 2014 , the ritual dance of the royal drum is "a practice that shows happiness" and a tradition that Burundians hope to preserve and share with the world.
1500 languages could be lost by the end of the century, says new study
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Nativity crib contest takes place in Krakow
Three years ago, the Krakow cribs were recognised by UNESCO as a cultural treasure.
UNESCO members adopt first global agreement on AI ethics
AI has gradually made its way into our lives. But the algorithms that enable it to function have also been misused in recent years, illustrating its dangers.
7 ways you can explore the Bulgarian mountains during any season
Whether biking, hiking, skiing or swimming is your thing, we take a look at the best ways to explore Bulgaria's ranges and peaks in 2022 with their breathtaking scenery away from the organised masses.
Why you should visit 'the land of a thousand islands' in 2022
With a new bridge connecting the south of the country, Croatia is ready to welcome tourists in 2022.
This digital trail lets you explore Scotland from your living room
Scotland has launched the world’s first digital UNESCO trail, giving travellers the chance to learn about and plan their next trip to the highlands.
Netflix is ushering in a new ‘golden age’ for African films
Six young Sub-Saharan African storytellers will be supported to 'reimagine' the continent's folktales for a 2022 premiere.
Uzbekistan: How is the mysterious country enticing Western visitors?
Once a major trading route on the Silk Road, an outward-looking Uzbekistan is celebrating 30 years of independence from the USSR.
‘Amazon of Europe’ is first UNESCO biosphere to cover five nations
Five European countries have come together to officiate the biggest transnational UNESCO biosphere reserve.
Why preserving Iraq’s cultural heritage is crucial post-ISIS
Iraq's ancient Citadel in Erbil has survived decades of neglect and mismanagement, as well as the threat of occupation by ISIS, to become Iraqi-Kurdistan’s most important cultural site.