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Work completed on historic sunken Yenikapı ships in Istanbul

KOCAELİ - Anadolu Agency<p>The oldest sunken vessel found in Yenikapı is about 1,500 years old and scientific works are still ongoing on the sunken …

Exploring the Past in Alsace, France - Archaeology Travel

List of Castles in Alsace<p>The following is a list of all the castles marked on the map above (purple map pins), where there is a website for the …

Beautiful ancient bronze ring found by archeologists on the Arctic Circle was not for a woman...but a bear

'I'm writing still under the impression, as I've just seen these things. This is literally a world scale discovery'. Picture: Bear ring, bronze, …

Work on 'terrace houses' at Ephesus completed

7/10/2013 05:00:00 PM<p>The restoration and protection of two 'Terrace Houses' and two settlement areas out of seven have been completed, said Ephesus …

Visiting Dordogne's Ice Age Caves with Children - Archaeology Travel

<i>The World famous cave of Lascaux with the huge and dramatic paintings of bulls has been captivating children ever since it was discovered. The cave</i> …

Secret treasure in Great Pyramid awaits discovery, Egypt's 'Indiana Jones' says

TORONTO Zahi Hawass is back.<p>The famous, and at times controversial, Egyptologist is free of legal charges, free to travel and is launching a worldwide lecture tour with the aim of getting tourists back to Egypt, he told LiveScience in an interview.<p>Hawass also said that he believes there are some …

66 Tips to Swiss Bliss

Switzerland is good for the soul, of this I am certain.<p>I left Switzerland feeling happily exhausted, my limbs sore from climbing, my tummy content and full, my face deeply tanned and my soul elevated. Something about all that clean air and clean water and rippled mountain landscapes. (Also, have I …

Ancient stage in Aegean province brought back to life for art performances

DENİZLİ - Anatolia News Agency<p>In the ancient theater, the columns have been built like the original, the stage parts have been completed and the …

A culinary tour of Bolivia: cooking with altitude

I hadn't signed up for this. A small corner cafe in the Bolivian city of El Alto and a steamy bowl of soup plonked down in front of me. The dish in …

Perge ready to open for visitors

ANTALYA - Anatolia News Agency<p>Perge was an ancient Greek city in Anatolia and the capital of Pamphylia. Archaeological work in the ancient city has …

Caria

The famous rock-cut temple tombs at Kaunos in Caria<p>I am writing this post on a gulet, just off the coast of Caria, the historical region that forms …

National Geographic Travel

Living in: Tuscany

With a rich artistic heritage, stunning sea views and vineyard-crossed countryside, it is no wonder that many dream of living la dolce vita in this romantic Italian region.<p>One of Italy’s most romanticised regions, Tuscany’s rolling hills, varied coastline and postcard-ready towns have long …

Italy

Villas in the Veneto: Italy's stately homes open their doors

Picked out by the sharp light of an early summer's day, Villa La Rotonda looks unnaturally perfect, its shallow dome echoing the low hill on which it …

Prehistoric cave art in the Dordogne

At some point in remote prehistory, roughly 12,000 years ago, a group of men and women – no more than half a dozen, scientists believe – crawled into …

Poutine

About the Romans in Northern France — 1Dad1Kid.com

Posted By Guest Writer in France | 6 comments<p><i>I’ve gotten to know Thomas Dowson via Facebook and love his somewhat unique slant on travel. Archaeology</i> …

A Review of Scenes from the Stone Age - Archaeology Travel

<i>For various reasons I missed the Lascaux III exhibition when it opened at the CAP Sciences in Bordeaux last year. So I was delighted when I realised</i> …

Egypt’s Early Iron Artifacts Crafted from Meteorites

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND—Egypt’s oldest-known iron artifacts are 5,000-year-old tube-shaped beads that were discovered in 1911 in a cemetery at Gerzeh. …

Environment: News & features

Wine Tasting in Tuscany

Notes From a Small Tuscan Wine Cellar.<p>By Bethany Salvon Posted in - Italy & Tuscany on <b>May 28th, 2013</b><p>Greek writers discussed the virtues of Tuscan …

Another image from our Cyclades cruise: The Monastery of the Panagia Chozoviotissa on Amorgos, clinging to a steep cliff high above the Aegean Sea...

Living in: Great cities for history and ancient ruins

These five cities are pieces of living history, where the past is not only present in everyday life, but tangible in myriad forms.<p>Some cities are pieces of living history, where the past is not only present in everyday life, but tangible in myriad forms, from ancient fountains to Roman temples. …

Real Estate

A night at Paris’ museums

On 18 May, more than 150 museums and cultural spaces will open their doors at sunset for a free, fresh look at the capital’s cultural heritage.<p>On 18 May, Paris will take part in the annual Night of Museums, with more than 150 museums and cultural spaces opening their doors at sunset for a free, …

Museums