The most breathtaking view in every US state; Sarah Fielding; Business Insider

These stunning views around the United States vary greatly, but the one thing they have in common is that none will disappoint.

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Coronavirus forces Jerusalem’s Holy Sepulchre to close its doors for first time since 1349: ‘Very sad’; Caleb Parke; Fox News

As Israel fights to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the Holy Land, the new virus is shutting down historic sites, sacred to the major religions.

Source: Coronavirus forces Jerusalem’s Holy Sepulchre to close its doors for first time since 1349: ‘Very sad’

Conservation focus in Göbeklitepe, archaeologists say; Hurriyet Daily News

Efforts at the ancient site of Göbeklitepe, known as the world’s oldest temple, now must focus on conservation rather expanding excavation, said Turkish and German archeologists working at the 12,000-year-old dig site in southeastern Turkey.

Source: Conservation focus in Göbeklitepe, archaeologists say – Turkey News

Next stop, Donald Trump. Jerusalem station to be named after US president; Mark Weiss; Irish Times

‘Historic plan’ to extend high-speed train link to Western Wall criticised by archaeologists…

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Jordan condemns Jerusalem Old City railway plan; BBC

It says Israel’s plan to extend a high-speed line to the Western Wall violates international law.

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Here Are 7 Facts about Mahabalipuram You Probably Didn’t Know About; Sneha Shetty; India.com 


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Architectural Works that Were Declared World Heritage Sites in the Last Decade; Belen Maiztegui; Architecture Daily

A list of all the architectural pieces that have been declared World Heritage Sites in the last decade (2010-2020)…

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Discovering Jerusalem – and the oldest tattoo parlour in the world; Philip Lancaster; Scottish Mail

The Scottish Mail on Sunday’s Philip Lancaster visits Razzouk Tattoo, which has been tattooing Christian pilgrims since the year 1300.

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Controversial Jerusalem cable car plan approved; BBC

The cable cars will transport up to 3,000 people an hour to the Western Wall and Old City.

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Rescuers in Japan are searching for a man who appears to have fallen down part of Mount Fuji as he was live-streaming his climb up the country’s highest peak, police said Wednesday.

50 UNESCO World Heritage sites in danger; MSN

From Sumatran rainforests to the docklands of Liverpool, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee has designated several sites to be in danger. Take a look.

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‘There’s something about Jerusalem you can’t turn away from’: the 3,000-year-old city is history in motion; Sohini Mitter; Your Story

An hour’s drive from Tel Aviv, Jerusalem is an old, sombre, sepia-tinted land that takes you back to about a dozen historical empires and several hundred years…

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Jerusalem’s Old City now accessible for wheelchair users; Lilit Marcus; CNN

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Jerusalem’s Old City, sacred to three major faiths, is now wheelchair accessible. Find out how this ancient city is opening up to people with mobility issues.

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Jerusalem’s Old City Now Accessible to People With Disabilities; The Tower

After a decade of work, the historic district of Jerusalem finally has greater accessibility to pedestrians, carriages, vehicles, children, and tourists.

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Haram Al-Sharif/Al-Aqsa Mosque is not an election gimmick; Daoud Kuttab; Jerusalem Post

Even scarier are the rumors that radical Jewish groups have their eyes on the very same location for a future synagogue in an attempt to convert Islam’s third holiest mosque into the lost temple.

Source: Haram Al-Sharif/Al-Aqsa Mosque is not an election gimmick

The UNESCO world heritage sites that belong on every bucket list; Travel at 60

Here are some of the most stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites that should be on everyone’s bucket list.

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Palestinians, Jordanians challenge Israel at Al-Aqsa over banned prayer space; Daoud Kuttab; Al Monitor

Tensions are mounting between Jordan and Israel after the latter arrested members of the Islamic Waqf Council for entering a supposedly banned prayer room at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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Israel takes another step toward Judaizing Jerusalem; Entsar Abu Jahal; Al Monitor

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates denounced the Israeli government’s approval to build a cable car connecting the Old City of Jerusalem, saying that Israel seeks to Judaize the city.

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10 Best Architecture Photography Locations in the World; Craig Hull; Expert Photography

There’s many famous monuments we can’t photograph, so check our list of architecture photography locations you can capture. Your dose of daily inspiration!

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Dubrovnik and other beautiful walled cities around the world; MSN

As ‘Game of Thrones’ enters its final season, we look at Dubrovnik, where the series was extensively shot, and some other beautiful ancient- and medieval-era walled cities from around the world.

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