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Colosseum in Rome to reopen from June 1

The Colosseum in Rome will reopen on 1 June, after being closed for more than two months due to the Covid-19 pandemic. With over 7 million visitors a year, the Colosseum is one of Rome’s major tourist attractions. The Flavian …

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Georgia celebrates Independence Day

Today Georgian people mark Independence Day, commemorating May 26, 1918 – the day when the Act of Independence was adopted and which established the First Democratic Republic of Georgia. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, no …

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Muslims begin to celebrate Eid al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr is the festival of breaking the fast that marks the end of Ramadan. This year,  Russian Muslims begin to celebrate the holiday with the sunset and continue tomorrow during the day. The Spiritual Administration of …

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The Master and Margarita

Famous song of Alla Pugacheva, “A Million Scarlet Roses” to the verses of Andrei Voznesensky, tells of the crazy and very beautiful act of a poor artist who spent all his property on flowers for his beloved in the hope of …

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UNESCO: we must help museums cope with pandemic crisis  

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc globally, museums have not been spared, the UN cultural agency said, revealing that nearly 90% of the treasured cultural institutions have had to close their doors, while almost 13% are under …

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TV series about self-isolation shot in Georgia

Today, ”In the Four Rooms” web series will premiere on Facebook. The series tells about the life of Georgian youth in conditions of self-isolation. The episodes will appear every Saturday and Sunday. “We …

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Legendary Little Richard dies

Little Richard, one of the pioneers of the first wave of rock’n’roll, has died. He was 87, The Guardian reports. Richard, whose real name was Richard Penniman was born in Macon, Georgia in December 1932. He had been in poor …

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Moon is not what it seems to be

New research is challenging the image of a “dry” Moon. Many astronomers believe our lone satellite is devoid of volatile elements such as carbon, which would have burned off in the superheated collision between Earth and a …

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