World’s Oldest Paternoster Elevator Back In Service

A curious student researching historic buildings has discovered the world’s oldest functioning paternoster lift. Art history student Robin Augenstein, 32,

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Renovating House Where Nazi Dictator Adolf Hitler Born Set To Cost Taxpayer Over EUR 11 Million To Renovate

Plans to renovate the house where Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler was born are set to cost the taxpayer over EUR

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Mammoth Fossils From Ancient Slaughterhouse Go On Show

An Austrian museum will exhibit unique fossils of mammoths, woolly rhinos and cave lions from the last ice age found

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European Space Agency To Build Spectacular Training Centre To Prepare Astronauts For Missions To Moon

The European Space Agency is building a brand-new lunar centre in Germany to train astronauts it plans to deploy on

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Made In China: Boffins Recreate Trousers That Were Like The Versace Of The Ancient World

Boffins say these well-preserved trousers, believed to be the world’s oldest, are so stylish they were like the “Versace” of

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Construction Of Worlds Largest Telescope In Chilean Desert Making Progress After COVID Delays

Construction at the world’s biggest telescope in a Chilean desert is “making progress” following delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Archaeologists Stunned As Construction For New Rowing Club Unearths Worlds Youngest Roman Amphitheatre

Swiss archaeologists carrying out a routine check on a building site for a new rowing club were amazed when they

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Picturesque Thousand-Year-Old Spanish Castle Ruin Blown Up By Napoleon For Sale For Half Million Euros

This picturesque Spanish castle ruin with a history spanning a thousand years and dating back to the 11th century has

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British Expert Declares Vienna Zoo Best In Europe For Sixth Time

A famous British zoo expert has declared Vienna Zoo the best in Europe for the sixth time. British zoo expert

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