Peru announced on Friday a two-week restriction to three important areas at Machu Picchu to prevent greater degradation to the iconic Inca citadel.
The ordinary General Assembly of the Emirates Publishers Association (EPA) has elected a new board for its 2019–21 tenure. The association’s presidency has been awarded to Ali Bin Hatem, Director of Dar Thaqafa for Publishing and Distribution, and the Director of Sail Publishing, Iman Ben Chaibah has stepped in as Vice President.
Hili 2, located in the Al Ain region near Hili Archaeological Park, was originally excavated during the 1970s and 1980s.
Twelve young Emirati youth (7 females and 5 males) participated in the prominent Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), the largest international pre-college science competition in the world, which took place in Phoenix, Arizona- USA between 12-17 May.
Former Director-General of Unesco Irina Bokova said that there is no better place than Sharjah to speak about cross-cultural communication and the process of social inclusion.
'It is a great honour to follow in their footsteps. To embrace books and knowledge as a tool to build, not destroy… a tool to nurture love, brotherhood and tolerance.'
In a riot of colour, acrobatics and drum beats, Morocco's gnawa artists joyously celebrated the inclusion of their ancient art-form in UNESCO's list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Yemen’s city of Shibam is at high risk of collapse due to floods and rains in the region. The city is called the ‘Manhattan of the Desert’ because of its ancient muddy skyscrapers.
The UNESCO declared World Heritage Site, Machu Picchu, has reopened to tourists on Sunday after a long lockdown due to the on-going coronavirus pandemic.
Unesco has highlighted both Italy and France for the art of glass beads. The countries are saying that the practice "is closely linked to the wealth of knowledge and mastery of a material (glass) and element (fire)."