Right by the old coastal highway, in the town of Kfarabida (ancient Tell Fadous) 12 km north of Byblos and 50 km north of the capital Beirut, stand the remains of one of the oldest cities in Lebanon. It is one of the first urban settlements in the country, one of only a few such sites from the Early Bronze Age (c. 3200-2400 BC) that have been studied, and possibly the last remaining one (at least in part for now) largely undamaged by later occupation or…Continue
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Heritage Experts Expose How Misuse of Millions of Eurofunds Have Damaged and Destroyed Archaeological Sites in Bulgaria
On 12 September 2014 the Bulgarian Telegraphic Agency, Sofia, hosted and broadcast live online a press conference on the massive misuse of European Union funds in a series of projects carried out under an European Commission Operational…Continue
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Eurofunds in the Hands of the Barbarians – the Latest Assault on Bulgaria’s Cultural Heritage: The Case of Yailata Archaeological Reserve
On Friday, 12 September 2014 at 11 AM the Bulgarian Telegraphic Agency in Sofia will host a press conference on the ‘Unprofessional and unprincipled pseudo-restoration of cultural heritage carried out under the European Union’s Operational Programme for…Continue
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Threat to Unique Black Sea Archaeological Reserve Area Escalates as Controversial EU-funded Work Continues
The threat to the archaeological sites and monuments in the unique national archaeological reserve “Yailata” on the Black Sea coast in north-west Bulgaria has escalated as an EU-funded “socialization” project being implemented by Kavarna Municipality has moved into a highly contentious and feared phase of the destructive and crude physical…Continue
During the past 4 years (2010-2013), Community Development efforts related to the Tairona Conservation Project have centered on a number of key aspects aimed at ensuring sustainable operations and visitor experience; education, capacity building and training; and environmental…Continue
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look at that FOUNDATION FOR SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND CIVILIZATION
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PALERMO CITY IN ITALY AS the other SPECIAL SOPRINTENDENCE PROPOSAL OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
this is my proposal
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underwater archeology virtual exhibitions proposals
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ONLINE VIRTUAL COLLECTIONS FOR PRESERVING HERITAGE NOW.
seeing what is happening in EGYPT in islamic art despite LOUVRE NEW PAVILLON MUSEALIZATION (ARCHITECTURAL ITALIAN BASED), IT IS NECESSARY DESPITE COMPLEXITY OF ISLAMIC HISTOR AND ART TO VALORIZE ALSO LOCALS ISLAMICS MUSEUMS WITH A UNITARITY CIRCUIT RELATED ALSO WITH ONLINE VIRTUAL COLLECTIONS OF WHAT IS CONSERVED AND WHAT IS LOST.
INFACT EITHER CULTURAL ORIENTAL EUROPES…Continue
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not exactly only men..automated men guided programs reconstructive drones?
ANCIENT SOUTH AFRICAN ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE OF 200.000 YEARS AGO VALORIZATION STIMULATION
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THE ARCHITECT ERNESTO VERRUCCI, THE ECLETISM IN ARCHITECTURE AND INTERNATIONAL ALSO EXTRA EUROPEANS POSSIBLES LINKS AND PRESENCES.
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ancient fortresses and middle ages fortresses; intergenerical confrontations
this posts would like to stimulate a process of intergenerical confrontation among ancient and middle ages fortresses fabrications.…Continue
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Fresh excavations to start at largest Harappan site
ByNeha Madaan, TNN | Mar 3, 2013, 02.00 AM IST
PUNE: After a gap of 13 years, excavation work will start once again at Rakhigarhi, estimated to be the largest Harappan civilization site located in Hisar district of Haryana. This early Harappan settlement, considered bigger than Mohenjo-daro, was listed among the 10 most endangered heritage sites in Asia just last year by the Global Heritage Fund, which is, incidentally,…
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A section of Lijiang Old Town, a former GHF Project, was destroyed March 11th by a fire that broke out around 8:30pm. No casualties have been reported, but the damage does mean significant economic loss for the region, one of China's most popular domestic tourist destinations.
More on the fire in Lijiang: …
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THERE IS STILL A LOT OF RUINS OF MAYA CIVILIZATION WHICH ARE UNDISCOVERED TILL NOW .
AND I THINK IT IS ONE OF THE BEST TREASURE FOR THIS AND NEXT GENERATIONS. A LOT OF WORK WOULD BE DONE IN THAT PARTICULAR AREA.
IN PAST FEW YEARS I HAVE SEEN A DOCUMENTRY SERIES ON ONE OF BBC CHANNEL.
IN WHICH PRESENTER SHOWS SOME IMAGES FORM SATELLITES THAT CLARIFY THE REGION WHERE MAYA CIVILIZATION UNDISCOVERED RUINS ARE…Continue
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