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European vacation as much as 25 percent cheaper d...
United States and China. For American tourists, the dollar’s strength translates into a discount of around 25 percent compared with this time last year. China’s currency has risen some 20 percent...
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Not an Easy Sell: How the Lincoln Memorial Came A...
Lincoln Memorial, the Parthenon-inspired tribute to Abraham Lincoln, has become a symbol of America's democratic beliefs and principles since its dedication in 1922, drawing millions of visitors each...
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Daniel Chester French
Eurogroup wants Greece's list of reforms by April...
... a German newspaper reported. A Greek and an EU flag wave in front of the ancient
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in Athens on January 13, 2015 Eurogroup ministers have set the deadline in...
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British Museum director to step down and head to ...
London (AFP) - The head of London's British Museum will step down at the end of this year and is to work on a major new cultural project in Berlin, it said Wednesday. Neil MacGregor, who has been in...
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Ancient Greek statues still excite in new British...
... the influence sculptures have had on artists and civilisations, particularly the Romans who often copied Greek art. The show includes six sculptures from the Parthenon Temple, some of the...
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Greece condemns UK over sculptures
Greece has criticised the 'negativism' of the British Museum in rejecting mediation by UNESCO to help resolve the decades-old dispute over returning ancient Parthenon sculptures to Athens. The...
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Travel Talk - Nashville plays to tune of many interests (March 25, 2015 issue) By Mary Beth Shults Staff Writer As the capital of Tennessee and the home of country music, Nashville has a lot to do...
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The Swiss private banking group Julius Baer has made a very good investment in its support of the British Museum’s exhibition “Defining Beauty: the Body in Ancient Greek Art”, which opens to the...
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State Hermitage Museum
ROBERT ST. JOHN: Breakfast guys, table for two?
... who thrive in the lunch scene. They close multi-million-dollar deals over a salad and a glass of wine (three-martini lunches are a thing of the past). There are people who dress for dinner and...
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Robert St. John
Naked ambition: when the Greeks first stripped off
The oddity of ancient sculpture often escapes us. A male nude, a Greek statue, has become very familiar over the past 2,500 years: it is what we expect of ancient statuary, that it show off its...
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