Leisure Travel

Domitilla catacombs unveiled after years of renovation

May 30, 2017

The catacombs of Domitilla have been restored thanks to laser and scanning technology, reviving the fading tale of life and death in Rome's early Christian community

Albanians NGO files lawsuit against park hydropower project

May 29, 2017

Albanian residents and a non-governmental organization have filed a lawsuit against the government for giving a permit to build a hydropower station in a protected valley

Mrs. Trump visits Brussels children's hospital, art museum

May 25, 2017

Joining spouses of other NATO leaders, Melania Trump cheers ailing children and tours art museum

Italy court overturns appointments of 5 museum directors

May 25, 2017

An Italian administrative court has nixed the selection of five museum directors, siding with critics of a much-vaunted reform plan that allowed experts from other European Union countries to compete for top posts

Prague's astronomical clock to undergo major restoration

Apr 11, 2017

Major repairs of Prague's Old City Hall have started, in a process that will see one of the Czech capital's major tourist attractions _ the famous medieval astronomical clock _ taken off site for months

Blackout at Italy amusement park halts rides on opening day

Apr 8, 2017

Blackout at Italy amusement park halts rides on season-opening day

Albania Defense Ministry opens military island for tourism

Apr 5, 2017

Albania's Defense ministry has agreed to let Sazan Island, a former military base still under its management, to be used as a tourist destination during the summer

Uffizi Gallery shows treasures saved from last year's quakes

Apr 1, 2017

The Uffizi Gallery in Florence is showing solidarity with Italy's art-rich, quake-stricken Marche region by hosting an exhibit of treasures saved from a series of earthquakes last year

Figures of Trump and Putin meet in Bulgarian mall

Apr 1, 2017

You wouldn't expect to encounter Donald Trump in a Bulgarian shopping mall, especially not standing next to Vladimir Putin

G7 culture ministers discuss threat of cultural trafficking

Mar 30, 2017

During their first formal meeting ever, Group of Seven industrialized nations culture ministers discussed the looting and trafficking of cultural treasures by extremist organizations to support their activities

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