Each year, millions of Iranians celebrate one of the most significant holidays Norouz, Persian New Year, in Iran and throughout the world.
Iranians to stay at home to welcome New Year, isolate new virus
Two of the Netherlands’ premier tourist attractions, the Rijksmuseum national gallery and Van Gogh museum, closed to the public as a ban on gatherings of more than 100 people was imposed in response to the coronavirus epidemic.
Dutch close museums, ban public gatherings amid virus outbreak
Several of New York’s largest and most prestigious cultural institutions – including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Guggenheim, the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall and the New York Philharmonic – announced that they would temporarily shut down in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
New York’s major cultural institutions close in response to coronavirus
As the coronavirus spreads around the world, it is not only health professionals and politicians who are being kept busy. Amazon has been flooded with badly put together, often plagiarized “guides” to combatting the virus.
Amazon flooded with self-published coronavirus books
Iran’s Culture Ministry canceled all the art, cultural and cinematic events across the country until the end of the current Persian year (ending March 19, 2020) in an attempt to stem coronavirus’ spread.
Iran extends cultural events cancelation until Persian New Year to fight coronavirus
Archeologists in Mexico were stunned to discover the long-lost capital of an Ancient Maya kingdom in the backyard of a cattle rancher.
Ancient Maya kingdom discovered in southeastern Mexico
The Castello di Rivoli near the Italian city of Turin, like every other museum in Italy, was forced to close amid the coronavirus epidemic.
Italy’s Castello di Rivoli museum to make its exhibitions accessible online
Iranian singer Roozbeh Nematollahi is going to stage an online concert.
Iranian singer Roozbeh Nematollahi to stage online concert amid coronavirus
A painting donated to a thrift store in North Carolina and put on sale for just a few dollars turned out to be an original Salvador Dalí which then sold for $1,200.
Donated painting turns out to be Dalí’s original artwork

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