I spent $600 to spend a night in a 200-square-foot room in the most photographed hotel in the world. Take a look inside; Joey Hadden; Insider

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The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac in Québec City, Canada, has hosted historical figures and celebrities from Alfred Hitchcock to Queen Elizabeth II.

Source: I spent $600 to spend a night in a 200-square-foot room in the most photographed hotel in the world. Take a look inside.

The mystery of Machu Picchu: Archaeologists uncover new secrets of Peru’s Inca site; France 24

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France24 takes you on a journey to Peru’s famed Inca citadel, Machu Picchu. Perched at an altitude of 2,430 metres, this UNESCO World Heritage site still holds many secrets. Some of them were recently uncovered by archaeologist José Bastante and a team of Polish researchers. They found a system of underground aqueducts, as well as other fascinating structures.

Source: The mystery of Machu Picchu: Archaeologists uncover new secrets of Peru’s Inca site

Regulation passed to protect Great Wall of China’s oldest section; IANS

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Authorities in China’s Shandong province has passed a regulation for the protection of the Great Wall of Qi, the oldest existing section of the Unesco World Heritage Site. Lawmakers approved the regulation at the 38th session of the Standing Committee of the 13th Shandong Provincial People’s Congress on Wednesday, and it will take effect on January 1, 2023, reports Xinhua news agency.

Source: Regulation passed to protect Great Wall of China’s oldest section

Havana’s oldest convent to begin new chapter as restoration arts school; Raquel Martori; La Prensa Latina Media

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The former Convent of Santa Clara of Assisi, the Cuban capital’s largest and oldest, is undergoing an extensive restoration and preservation project that will see that complex transformed into a school of restoration arts. The project aims to recapture the splendor of that 17th-century building located in Old Havana while also equipping it to serve as an educational establishment.

Source: Havana’s oldest convent to begin new chapter as restoration arts school – La Prensa Latina Media