Long-Lost Egyptian Sun Temple Found After 4,500 Years

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Photo which was taken in an unknown date shows the remains of a mud-brick building in Abu Gorab, Egypt. Preliminary studies indicate that the building may be one of the four lost temples of the Sun from the Fifth Dynasty known through historical sources. (antiquities.gov.eg/Newsflash)

A mysterious ancient sun temple dating back 4,500 years has been unearthed by archeologists in an Egyptian cemetery for the pharaohs. Sun temples were built to honour the most powerful…

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Experts Head To Arctic To Assess Climate Change Impact Amid Record Heatwave

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The Polarstern departs from its home port of Bremerhaven for the Arctic. A tug pulls the ship towards the lock. (Nina Machner/Newsflash)

The legendary research vessel and icebreaker Polarstern has left Germany and is heading to the Arctic to assess the impact of climate change amid a record heatwave in Europe. Over…

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Two Ships Found Near Spanish Galleon Full Of Gold And Sunk By British In 18th Century

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Colombian authorities have discovered two new wrecks near the San Jose, which they also managed to film in more detail, in June, 2022. (Armada de Colombia/Newsflash)

Two previously unknown shipwrecks have been found near a famous Spanish galleon laden with an estimated USD 17 billion in gold that was sunk by the British in 1708. The…

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Adorable Rockhopper Penguin Chicks Steal The Show

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The Southern Rockhopper penguins with their chicks at the Vienna Zoo in Austria. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Zoo chiefs are showing off six adorable rockhopper penguin chicks hatched by proud parents this spring. Keepers shared heartwarming footage of the youngsters, made famous in the film Happy Feet.…

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Titian Masterpiece Snapped Up For 70 GBP Now Sold For 4.1 Million Pounds

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Titian's Penitent Magdalen which was considered lost, but was recently found in a private collection in London in England and will now be auction in the Dorotheum auction house in Austria's capital Vienna. (Newsflash)

A painting by famous Renaissance artist Titian once traded for just less than GBP 70 in London over 100 years ago has been auctioned for a whopping EUR 4.8 million…

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Titian Masterpiece Believed Lost For 150 Years After Being Owned By Englishman Set To Fetch Over GBP 1 Million At Auction

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Titian's Penitent Magdalen which was considered lost, but was recently found in a private collection in London in England and will now be auction in the Dorotheum auction house in Austria's capital Vienna. (Newsflash)

A painting by famous Renaissance artist Titian which was considered lost for over 150 years will be auctioned at one of the world's oldest auction houses after it was recently…

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Warhols Blue Marilyn Set For Record In USD 300 Million Auction

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An Andy Warhol for an estimated 200 to 300 million dollars: 'Shot Sage Blue Marilyn' from the collection of Thomas and Doris Ammann. (2022 Thomas and Doris Ammann Foundation, Zurich/Newsflash)

A super-rare Andy Warhols work could become the most expensive 20th century artwork to go under the hammer in a sale of more than 100 paintings from one of the…

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Acting Legend Alain Delon, 86, Wants To Be Euthanised When The Time Comes And For His Son To Be By His Side Until The End

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Actor Alain Delon (86) who suffered a double stroke in 2019, wants to resort to euthanasia when he is going to die. (Newsflash)

Famous French acting legend Alain Delon, 86, has said that he wants to be euthanised when the time comes and for his son Anthony to be by his side until…

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Famous Stork Who Shares Unlikely Friendship With Turkish Fisherman Visits Old Pal For 11th Year Running

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The stork named Yaren visited the Turkish fisherman once again in the village of Eskikaraagac, located in the Karacabey district of the northwestern Turkish city of Bursa. (@alpertuydes/Newsflash)

A stork who became famous after a documentary was made about her unlikely friendship with a Turkish fisherman has returned to see her old friend for the 11th year running.…

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Experts Scan WWII Enigma Machine And Others Dating Back To 1870 Showing Inner Workings With 3D Models

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Deep insights into the Enigma thanks to special X-ray technology. (Fraunhofer IIS/Newsflash)

Experts in Germany have scanned the fascinating inner workings of encryption machines that were first developed in 1870 and that also included the famous Enigma machines used by the Nazis…

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