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17 stolen masterpieces returned to Italy
Seventeen masterpieces valued at 17 million euros (US$17.7 million) were returned to Italy from Ukraine on Wednesday after being stolen by masked, armed robbers from a Verona art museum last year.
 
'Japanese Art at its Finest'
Japan's cultural artistry is now on display at the National Palace Museum Southern Branch (國立故宮博物院南部院區) with the exhibition, "Japanese Art at its Finest: Masterpieces from the Tokyo and Kyushu National Museums" (日本美術之最:東京、九州國立博物館精品展).
 
The beauty between light and shadow
Light is omnipresent in everyday life. Yet we often don't see its importance in leading us to where we are today and we fail to appreciate the grace it emits in the presence of shadows.
 
A design that can't be beak
Designer Vient Tsai (蔡行健) poses holding different sizes of small chicken-themed lanterns designed by himself at a press conference held on Monday by the Taipei City Department of Information and Tourism to unveil the lanterns to be given away at the 2017 Taipei Lantern Festival.
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Artist brings beauty to home in Gaza
Dutch artist Marjan Teeuwen walks past a column formed from rubble to show off her latest creation, a barren house in the Gaza Strip where doorless rooms face into bleak, empty space.
 
Samba gets new rhythms in Rio
Monday nights feel like Saturdays in Rio's Little Africa neighborhood when the sun sets and the samba starts to play.
 
A lost drawing by the Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci has been discovered in the papers of a French provincial doctor, a Paris auction house said Tuesday.
 
Paris exhibit celebrates UNESCO heritage site of Palmyra
Days after the Islamic State group seized back control of the ancient Syrian town of Palmyra, a prescient exhibit was inaugurated in Paris on Tuesday that aims to educate the public on the wounded wonder that Syrians affectionately call the "Bride of the Desert."
 
Even casual dance fans have heard of the Christmastime classic "The Nutcracker," but what about "The Mutt-cracker?"
 
Two valuable paintings of former Dutch masters, despoiled by the Nazis in the late 1930s, were returned to the beneficiaries of a German Jewish art dealer exiled to Canada, said Monday the Max-Stern Foundation.
 
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