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Lenny Kravitz cancels world tour, show in Tbilisi

American singer and songwriter Lenny Kravitz will not be performing in Tbilisi as part of his Here to Love world tour, after cancelling the dates for the 2020 international calendar. Kravitz revealed to his social media followers …

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Amshey Nuremberg at the Museum of the East

On July 8, an exhibition of Amshey Nuremberg, a student of Kiriak Kostandi, dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War, opened at the Museum of the East. The exposition presents about 50 works of the artist: …

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Hagia Sophia: wisdom turned into stone

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan instructed to study the issue of changing the status of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul - a monument of Byzantine architecture, which was erected in 532-537 at the direction of the Emperor Justinian, after the …

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Ennio Morricone passes away

Italian composer Ennio Morricone, one of the world's best-known and most prolific film composers, has died in Rome, Italian news agency ANSA said on Monday. Morricone, who was 91, died in hospital in Rome where he was being …

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Cirque du Soleil files for bankruptcy protection

Canada’s Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group filed for bankruptcy protection as the COVID-19 pandemic forced the famed circus operator to cancel shows and lay off its artistes. The Montreal-based entertainment company, which …

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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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