Moulin Rouge Windmill Blades Fall Off in the Middle of the Night
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The iconic Paris landmark has never experienced such a mishap in its 135-year history ..read more
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This Neolithic Monument Found in France Has No Equal
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A trio of interlocking enclosures, the structure may date to the time of the Bell Beaker culture, but experts are unsure of its exact age and purpose ..read more
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Venice's First-of-Its-Kind 'Day-Tripper Tax' Sparks Outrage
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Protestors say the entry fee is an ineffective solution to the city’s overtourism challenges ..read more
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Archaeologists Discover Medieval Artifacts Ahead of Bridge Demolition in England
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Found during a construction project near the railway station in York, the trove includes pottery and bones ..read more
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World War II-Era Bomb Successfully Defused Near German Soccer Stadium
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The 1,110-pound ordnance is one of many bombs that have surfaced in Europe decades after the war's end ..read more
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Watch the Trailer for 'Firebrand,' a New Drama About Henry VIII's Sixth Wife, Catherine Parr
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Karim Aïnouz’s film features Alicia Vikander and Jude Law as the Tudor queen and king ..read more
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The Olympic Torch Relay Began in Nazi Germany
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After a torch-lighting ceremony this week, the Olympic flame began its long journey from Olympia to Paris ..read more
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Weapon Chest With Tools for Making Ammunition Found in 500-Year-Old Shipwreck in Sweden
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The mercenaries on board the "Griffin" lived during a time of great change in naval warfare ..read more
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Fire Devastates Copenhagen's Historic Stock Exchange
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Its signature 184-foot spire collapsed, but rescuers salvaged some of the valuable artworks inside ..read more
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Oil Paintings Rescued From Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire Go on Display
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Known as the "Mays," the artworks were created for an annual competition in the 17th century ..read more
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