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Can an Underwater Desert Restore Jamaica’s Ailing Coral?

Can an Underwater Desert Restore Jamaica’s Ailing Coral?

Dating back nearly seven hundred million years, the wildly varied and beautiful sea dweller known as coral has entranced—and confused—humankind. Ancient naturalist Pliny the Elder classed red coral as a plant. Some of his contemporaries tagged it as a mineral. Aristotle called it “neither quite one thing or another,” between ...

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Screenshot cinema and bar to open in downtown Prague today

Screenshot cinema and bar to open in downtown Prague today

A new screening room, bar, and gallery has opened in a historic underground space on Prague’s Petrske náměsti. Screenshot Film House is “a hybrid space for Prague film connoisseurs and tastemakers, offering the atmosphere of a clean and cozy artistic space with professional drink mixing, film programming, and high-quality sound ...

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14 Absolute Best Museums in Paris

14 Absolute Best Museums in Paris

This ‘arts and crafts’ museum is, in fact, Europe’s oldest science museum, founded in 1794 by constitutional bishop Henri Grégoire, initially as a means to educate France’s manufacturing industry in useful scientific techniques. Housed in the former Benedictine priory of St-Martin-des-Champs, it became a museum proper in 1819 – and contains a ...

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10 Free Things Every Visitor Should Do In Prague | TheTravel

10 Free Things Every Visitor Should Do In Prague | TheTravel

We’ve touched on budget-friendly journeys through some of Europe’s most spotlight cities like Copenhagen and Paris, and now it’s time to offer some love to one of the continent’s most underrated gems – Prague. Apart from being rich in diverse history, showing off its centuries-old facades and culturally-rich timeline, the Czech ...

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