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Carthage exhibition at the Colosseum in Rome

Carthage exhibition at the Colosseum in Rome

Carthago. The immortal myth at the Colosseum and Roman Forum.27 Sept-29 March. The history and culture of one of the most powerful and fascinating cities of the ancient Mediterranean will be celebrated with a large-scale exhibition entitled Carthago. The immortal myth, from 27 September until 29 March 2020. The Colosseum, the ...

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Chilly start on Rome trip changes to fascination

Chilly start on Rome trip changes to fascination

First in a series on cycling through Italy’s Tuscany region Early summer is the perfect time to visit Italy. The average daily temperature in metropolitan Rome is 26C, with little rain. It’s when the Eternal City enjoys gentle Mediterranean breezes under bright blue skies, right up until the moment when ...

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‘We’ll always have Paris’

‘If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man,” Hemingway wrote, “then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a movable feast.” I don’t think I have to explain to Jerusalem Post readers why one visits ...

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90% of Tanta Museum renovation works completed

90% of Tanta Museum renovation works completed

CAIRO – 10 June 2019: Tanta Museum is the only museum in Gharbia; it has been closed for 18 years. The museum is currently being renovated and developed by the Projects Sector at the Ministry of Antiquities. Head of the sector Waad Abu el-Ela confirmed that the development, restoration and ...

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Judaism, in color, in Italy

During the spring of 1749 in Rome, a young Roman Jew, Anna Del Monte, was kidnapped by papal soldiers and locked up in the House of Catechumens, a Catholic institution aimed at converting Jews to Christianity. Anna, however, resisted the attempts to persuade her and after 13 days she was ...

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‘We’ll always have Paris’

‘If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man,” Hemingway wrote, “then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a movable feast.” I don’t think I have to explain to Jerusalem Post readers why one visits ...

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For the 1st time a path for visually impaired in Egyptian Museum

For the 1st time a path for visually impaired in Egyptian Museum

CAIRO – 21 June – 2019: A new path tailor made for visually impaired was inaugurated in Egyptian Museum in Tahrir on June 20. The newly inaugurated path which was opened by Egypt’s Minister of Antiquities Khaled El-Enany, Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat, Sports and Youth Minister Ashraf Sobhy, and ...

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