Osiris, the submerged treasures of Egypt

This is the name of the exhibition that has been presented by the Institute of the Arab World in Paris. This showing contains a series of findings located in marine profoundest of submerged cities like  Canopus and Thonis-Heracleion, at the Abukir bay, these ancient metropolis hold the Egyptian enigma of Osiris.  

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Rome's Colosseum will be restored

With an investment of 18.5 million euros, the Colosseum , symbol of the ancient Roman Empire and the Italian most visited monument, will be subject to a new phase of restoration  with the reconstruction of the arena where the gladiators fought,  reported the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage.

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Pharaoh tiles discover 4,000 years ago

A group of Polish archaeologists discovered two pieces pharaonic reliefs four thousand years ago in the temple of Serapis Ptolemaic Queen Berenice, on the coast of the Red Sea, Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, the Damati Mamdouh said.

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Antiques Auction

The appreciation of antiques has always been a mark of distinction and knowledge, as their value data identifying its historicity. In this context, Morton Auction House, will hold its antique auction, which will feature more than 270 pieces, among which, for its size, gestures, body care and technical composition, stands an imposing representation of the Archangel Miguel, perched on the defeated demon.

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Mayan relic arrives to UK

Under the Dual Year Mexico-United Kingdom from June, the exhibition "Maya revelation of endless time" will be shown at the World Museum in Liverpool. It is a curatorship composed of a total of 385 pieces from precincts of Campeche, Yucatan, Quintana Roo and Tabasco.

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Whitney Museum reopens

On May 1, 2015, the Whitney Museum in New York, dedicated to exhibiting modern art in America, reopened on the west side of Manhattan in a building designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano.

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Picasso, the most expensive sold at auction

The play The Women of Algiers, the Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, was sold by Christie's auction house in 179.400 million, making the record as the most expensive painting ever sold at auction.

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Mexican pavilion is inaugurated in Venice

"Possesing Nature" , a Mexican proposal for the artists Luis Felipe Ortega , curator Tania Candiani and Karla Jasso , where a magnificent piece, very well made , a monumental sculpture that carries a hydraulic system which takes water from the lake opens presents Venice , where the water passes over the sculpture to reach an opening on which the locations of drains failed projects into a film which becomes the container of a video filmed in Venice, Xochimilco and Tequixquiac , the public can see at the foot of the sculpture as if it were a mirror of water.

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