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22 Jan 2020
Studio Roosegaarde create glowing stone Holocaust memorial

A temporary memorial for victims of the Holocaust, designed by Studio Roosegaarde, is on display in the Netherlands, with 104,000 luminescent stones representing each one of the country's victims.
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22 Jan 2020
3D printing could democratise heritage and help museums in repatriation debate

Researchers at the University of Brighton in the UK have been experimenting with 3D printing technologies as a way of democratising cultural heritage, as well as helping museums to "decolonise" by repatriating items to their original owners.
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02 Apr 2020
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10-27 Jun 2020
World Leisure Congress 2020

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Opportunity to Operate Allestree Park Golf Course
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Expressions of interest to identify suitable operator to assume the operation of swimming lake at Beckenham Place Park
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Sale of Exceptional Development Site: Portugal's first truly holistic wellness retreat
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