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Stolen masterpiece paintings returned to Italy from Ukraine

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Seventeen masterpieces valued at €17m (£14.3m) have been returned to Italy from Ukraine after being stolen by armed robbers from a Verona art museum last year. Italian culture minister Dario Franceschini, who travelled to Kiev to retrieve the paintings – which included works by Rubens, Tintoretto and Mantegna – said …

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Uli And The Igbo Woman- A Lost Tradition?

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In Igboland, Uli, was a feminine art form and a form of graphic communication. Uli, uri, and urie are dialect variations in the Igbo language that describe either body or wall/mural painting in a local village setting. However, in Igboland the art of applying uli to the body is not …

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Terracotta Warriors to be exhibited in Liverpool museum

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China’s famous Terracotta Warriors are to be exhibited in Liverpool in 2018, the culture secretary has said. Karen Bradley MP made the announcementwhile visiting the tomb of China’s First Emperor, Qin Shi Huang. She said she was “delighted” that a “selection of warriors” would be coming to Liverpool, home to …

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Underground House Construction (See Photo)

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Life attracts Life: Give your brand a personality

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Branding has been a topic to be approached with great caution as questions on the real definition of branding is like stirring a cup filled with both juice and sediments. Feedbacks received on the definitions of branding sometimes range from the signature hairdo of the ladies in top management all …

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Futuristic Dubai dreams of hyperloop transit tubes

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — A network of tubes whisking passengers across a country at close to the speed of sound may seem like a sci-fi pipe dream, but in the already futuristic city of Dubai it would fit right in. The city-state just hosted a two-day competition for …

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