Ancient Virgin Mary Tree Site Reopens

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Photo shows a scene from the ceremony for the reopening of The Tree of the Virgin Mary, one of the most prominent Christian sites in Egypt, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022. (@tourismandantiq/Newsflash)

A site housing an ancient sycamore tree said to have sheltered the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus has been reopened in Egypt after a painstaking restoration. The special park dedicated…

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Baby Octopuses Hatch From Flower In Adorable Video

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Octopus eggs hatching in 2018, in Virginia, located in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern regions of the United State. (@vaaquarium/Clipzilla)

https://youtu.be/6AK5x20FuFA @vaaquarium/Newsflash This delicate flower is actually a clutch of octopus eggs that are slowly seen hatching in a remarkable video. Clipzilla obtained the footage from Virginia Aquarium and it…

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Leading Viennese Museum Exhibits Ukraine War Images Alongside Goya’s Scenes Of Napoleonic Violence

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A picture by photographer Mykhaylo Palinchak showcasing the disasters of the Russian-Ukrainian war, exhibited at the Albertina museum in Austria's capital Vienna. (Mykhaylo Palinchak/Newsflash)

These harrowing photographs documenting the destruction and sorrows caused by Russia’s war against Ukraine are on display at one of Austria’s most popular museums alongside Goya artworks documenting Napoleon's war.…

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Hitler Sculpture On Show As Part Of Tribute To Jew Who Fled Nazis At 16, Served In US Navy And Became Major Art Collector

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The Stefan Edlis exhibition at the Jewish Museum Vienna located in Austria's capital Vienna. (David Bohmann/Newsflash)

Adolf Hitler has gone on display at the Jewish Museum in Vienna as part of a project focusing on the creator of one of the most important contemporary art collections…

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How Cross-Dressing Knights Of Old Showed Off Their Lances

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Exhibition view at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Austria's capital Vienna. (KHM-Museumsverband/Newsflash)

Armoured knights used bizarre upturned codpieces to attract woman at parties, a new exhibition of medieval clothing has revealed. And the fashion was often adopted by bold, 'gender-fluid' noblewomen to…

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Flower Bouquet Made Up Of 2,000 Diamonds And Gifted By Empress To Hubby To Go On Show On Valentines Day

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Details of the gemstone bouquet, a gift of love from Maria Theresa to her husband, Emperor Franz I Stephan of Lorraine, located at Natural History Museum Vienna, Austria. (NHM Vienna-Alice Schumacher/Newsflash)

This bouquet of 'flowers' made up of over 2,000 diamonds and other jewels that was gifted by Empress Maria Theresa to the Holy Roman Emperor is set to go on…

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Experts Bid To Restore Seven Nazi Enigma Machines From World War II Recovered From Bottom Of The Sea

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Seven Enigma Machines recovered from Baltic Sea in 2020, to be exhibited In Museum Of Archaeology after restoration. (Newsflash)

An expert in Germany is working hard to restore seven Nazi enigma machines from World War II that were recovered by chance in the bottom of the sea, but it…

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Six Thieves To Face Trial Over 17th Century Rare Treasure Heist Worth Over EUR 100 Million

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Breast star of the Polish White Eagle Order stolen from the historic Green Vault in Dresden, Germany, in November 2019. (Police Saxony/Newsflash)

Six thieves are set to go on trial for stealing rare, 17th-century jewels insured for over EUR 100 million from the Green Vault Museum in Dresden, which boasts the largest…

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Mortal Remains Of Boris Johnsons Direct Ancestor Go On Display In Swiss Museum

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Anna Catharina Bischoff as she may have looked in 1786, photo montage using scientific facial reconstruction (U. Wittwer-Ofen) and a contemporary portrait - J. Jakob. (H. Belakhal, Basel/Newsflash)

The mortal remains of Boris Johnson's great-great-great-great-great-great grandmother have gone on display in a Swiss museum as part of an exhibition. The mummified remains of a woman were found by…

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Rare Street Sign From Austrian Village Named F***ing Goes On Display In Museum After Being Stolen Repeatedly By Pranksters

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The street sign of the village of Fucking, before it was renamed to Fugging.

A rare street sign from the Austrian village of 'Fucking' which changed its name to Fugging because they kept being stolen is going on display at a museum in Vienna.…

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