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BENI: FINALLY BACK AND ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF A NEW SINGLE

After nearly a year’s absence, the Japanese singer BENI finally announces her return with a new single called ” Forever ” for August 12! The single will include 4 songs: 6 more words

Music

Exploring Africa’s Goma Region: Diary: Day 6

The 7R Future Leadership Institute is following Belgian Floris Buter from the Virunga National Park on a 12 day field trip in Africa, in order to gather topography data for a hydro-power project. 797 more words

Research

Beni culturali: Daverio, opere di tutti praticabile idea di esporle in hotel

Così Philippe Daverio interviene nel dibattito sulla proposta lanciata da Culturalia, e accolta con favore da Federalberghi e Federculture, di esporre negli alberghi le opere e i reperti custoditi nei depositi dei musei. 87 more words

Notizie Stampa

From Flickr: "The 'goddess of the marshes' facsimile by Howard Carter" by The Egypt Exploration Society

"‘The goddess of the marshes’, from Beni Hasan tomb no. 3, of Khnumhotep II, was painted by Carter in 1895. Many of the details reproduced for the published volumes were painted by Carter and Percy Brown in 1895, after the Survey had been put on hold. 139 more words

From Flickr: "Facsimile of a 'Khnum' hieroglyph by Howard Carter" by The Egypt Exploration Society

"Hieroglyphic signs could be used to convey either the sense of words or their abstract phonetic components, and in their simplest form were rendered simply in outline, or in cursive, handwritten forms, with little visual similarity to the pictorial originals. 154 more words

From Flickr: "Hoopoe. Facsimile by Howard Carter" by The Egypt Exploration Society

"The hoopoe shown here, was painted by Carter, and comes from the bush on the other side of the net, in the scene of Khnumhotep catching birds. 127 more words

Tourism helping local communities at the Madidi National Park: San Miguel

ABOUT THE COMMUNITY OF SAN MIGUEL

When Madidi was designated as a National Park in 1995, many Tacana communities were outraged by the invasion of their land, it seemed that the formation of the park was a step forward for conservation but a step backward for its inhabitants whose ancient hunting and agricultural traditions and extractive activities were put in jeopardy. 475 more words

National Parks