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Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire

“East Yorkshire, to the uninitiated, just looks like a lot of little hills. But it does have these marvellous valleys that were caused by glaciers, not rivers. 832 more words

History

The sun that filled the cracks of my being.

Aleppo,

Hearing your name used to be like hearing the name of a lover, propagating butterflies in my stomach, bringing joy and laughter.
I grew up in your arms, feeling invincible every time I walked your streets. 44 more words

Syria

Durham Cathedral WHS 30 years Lecture on Ironbridge Gorge

May lecture poster

MAY LECTURE

Monday 9th May, 6pm

Room PG20, Pemberton Building, Palace Green Library, Durham

Anna Brennand
Chief Executive, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust… 298 more words

News

World Heritage UK news update: newsletter, membership leaflet and hero-grammes!

Dear Members and Supporters of World Heritage UK

I am pleased to say that if you have not already seen it, the organisation’s first newsletter is now online, available to download  194 more words

News

The splendour of Georgian society is celebrated at World Heritage Day in Bath

On Sunday 17 April the Assembly Rooms came alive with echoes from Georgian Bath for World Heritage Day.

This annual free event, which celebrates and promotes the city’s World Heritage Site status, is now in its eighth year.   446 more words

News

We can heal.

We all hurt.
We all are hurting.
The circumstances have brought our hearts to crush.
However, we shouldn’t be hurting each other.
Yes. War is conflict. 75 more words

Syria

Museums = Overrated? a NatGeo article

I caught an article headline on Twitter a few weeks ago by Robert Reid from National Geographic. I am a big fan of National Geographic, I like the work they do. 1,024 more words

Museums