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In a significant gesture towards rectifying past injustices, Australia's national gallery has decided to return three bronze sculptures from the 9th and 10th centuries to Cambodia.

 

One of Oxfordshire's most prominent historic attractions, Blenheim Palace, is set to offer an exciting new range of gins for the summer season. In collaboration with Bicester-based Sky Wave

Bartholomew Fair, a 900-year-old street party, is being revived in London this month. The City of London is bringing back this historic event, which hasn't been held since the Victorian era.

 

The United Nations cultural agency, UNESCO, is considering adding Venice and its lagoon, as well as the Ukrainian cities of Lviv and Kyiv, to its list of endangered world heritage sites.

One of Britain's most picturesque country estates, the Rothbury estate, which has been owned by successive generations of dukes for nearly 700 years, might soon have a new owner. Queen's

 

The profound teachings of the Qur'an have captivated people for centuries, and among its parables and wisdom, the significance of nature, particularly plants, is highlighted throughout the

Barbie has already conquered the box office, and now the film's soundtrack is set to dominate the UK music charts. Featuring 17 original songs from some of the biggest names in pop,

The serene Scottish village of Kenmore, nestled in Perthshire and famous for its wildlife and Taymouth Castle, is facing an uncertain future as US developers, Discovery Land Company, have

 

Single Malt Welsh Whisky was successfully registered under the UK Geographical Indication (UKGI) scheme today (24th July) –  protecting its name, authenticity and characteristics.

 

 

A recent survey conducted by waste management company Better Waste Solutions has shed light on the recycling habits of British festival attendees. The study found that a significant majority