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Exploring the world’s ‘Eternal Sites’

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Mariam Saab takes us to see “Eternal Sites”, a new exhibition in Paris highlighting the world’s archaeological treasures that are under threat from armed conflict. From the Buddhas of Bamiyan to the Pillars of Palmyra, many of the world’s top archeological sites are being ravaged by war. The Grand Palais has paired up with UNESCO to present a free exhibition that allows the public to rediscover them.
Also, from Tintin to Oscar Wilde, we give you a sneak peek at the must-see exhibits currently on here in Paris.
Plus ancient drawings are on modern display in a new centre dedicated to the prehistoric Lascaux cave paintings in France.


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