Canterbury Cathedral is partially reopening its picturesque grounds to give visitors opportunity to enjoy its open spaces for free.
Here are 4 Biodiversity Hotspots for the nature lover in you!
Digital Mycenae: Explore the ancient Greek city of Mycenae in a newly released digital archive.
Source: Digital Mycenae
When we get to travel outside of NZ, here’s some spectacular inspiration.
The iconic Jodrell Bank Observatory at The University of Manchester is taking its first major steps to resume operations after lockdown as part of what its University owners describe as probably the biggest ‘reboot’ in the history of astrophysics.
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef suffered its most extensive coral bleaching event in March, with scientists fearing the coral recovers less each time after the third bleaching in five years. February 2020 was the hottest month on record since records began in 1900, Terry Hughes, Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University, told Reuters.
There have been calls for the Office of Public Works to review its decision to close access to Sceilg Mhicíl for the year.
Well, the Sundar-bans has done it again! As it has been doing for hundreds of years. This time, it took the blow of super-cyclone Amphan and saved us from severe devastation.
Source: It’s time for the Sundarbans
San Marino is full of superlatives.
Lockdown luxury living: Reena Patel taps into the expertise of Hayes Garden World’s horticultural expert, Angela Slater on how to make the most of it.
These offbeat mountain towns provide safe and serene summer holiday options…
Source: Summer in the Hills
The Wieliczka Salt Mine, near Krakow, was built during the 13th century and is entirely carved in salt. It contains 2,000 rooms, a breath-taking chapel, function chandeliers and a lake.
A few centuries ago, Tichitt was a citadel of trade where Saharan merchants bearing gold, salt and cloth would stop to water their camels and haggle. The trans-Saharan caravan route that flourished between the 11th and 19th centuries brought a steady stream of traders to Tichitt, en route to Timbuktu and settlements in the Niger river basin.
The eighth Vietnam Heritage Photo Awards is accepting entries from both amateur and professional photographers living in Vietnam and abroad from June 1 to the end of August.
The memorial has lost over half of its budget.