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  • 2021年05月11日
    Francke Foundations digitize inventory

    11 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halle (Saale): Carmela Kahlow, archivist at the Francke Foundations in Halle/Saale, uses a high-performance scanner to digitize historical volumes from the foundation‘s holdings. The foundations want to increase the digitization of their cultural studies holdings. To this end, the institution has been provided with funds for the purchase of a state-of-the-art scanner as part of the state‘s digitisation offensive. Now the systematic digitization is to be advanced in the study center. The Francke Foundations go back to the Protestant pastor August Herrmann Francke. He initially established the foundations in an orphanage in the 17th century. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月11日
    Francke Foundations digitize inventory

    11 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halle (Saale): Carmela Kahlow, archivist at the Francke Foundations in Halle/Saale, uses a high-performance scanner to digitize historical volumes from the foundation‘s holdings. The foundations want to increase the digitization of their cultural studies holdings. To this end, the institution has been provided with funds for the purchase of a state-of-the-art scanner as part of the state‘s digitisation offensive. Now the systematic digitization is to be advanced in the study center. The Francke Foundations go back to the Protestant pastor August Herrmann Francke. He initially established the foundations in an orphanage in the 17th century. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月11日
    Francke Foundations digitize inventory

    11 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halle (Saale): An archivist at the Francke Foundations in Halle/Saale uses a high-performance scanner to digitize historical volumes from the foundation‘s holdings. The foundations want to increase the digitization of their cultural studies holdings. To this end, the institution has been provided with funds for the purchase of the ultra-modern scanner as part of the state‘s digitisation offensive. Now the systematic digitization is to be advanced in the study center. The Francke Foundations go back to the Protestant pastor August Herrmann Francke. He initially established the foundations in an orphanage in the 17th century. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月11日
    Francke Foundations digitize inventory

    11 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halle (Saale): A historical volume from the holdings of the Francke Foundations in Halle/Saale is being digitized under a high-performance scanner. The foundations want to increase the digitization of their cultural studies holdings. To this end, the institution has been provided with funds for the purchase of the state-of-the-art scanner as part of the state‘s digitisation offensive. Now the systematic digitization is to be advanced in the study center. The Francke Foundations go back to the Protestant pastor August Herrmann Francke. He initially established the foundations in an orphanage in the 17th century. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka; the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta and the Minister of Public Governance and Self-Government, Olatz Garamendi pose before the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that,...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta; the vice-president of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka and the Minister of Economy and Finance of the Basque Government, Pedro Azpiazu as they leave the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operat...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Vice President of the Basque Government and Minister of security, Josu Erkoreka at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of transfers in the historical archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penite...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Vice President of the Basque Government and Minister of security, Josu Erkoreka at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of transfers in the historical archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penite...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta (i) and the Vice President of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka (r) pose before the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of prisons to the Basque Country will be formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque civil service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (Alava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Maritime District building of Ondarroa and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the M...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Vice President of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka (i) and the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta (r) pose before the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministr...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The government delegate in the Basque Country, Denis Itxaso; the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta; the Basque Minister of Transport, Iñaki Arriola; the vice-president of the Basque Country and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka and the Minister of Public Governance and Self-Government, Olatz Garamendi before the press conference following the meeting of the Mixed Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of the Basque Country, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bi...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Cake Minuesa has problems with the Ertzaintza during the transfer of prisons in Euskadi

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao, (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: Journalist Juan Ramón Martínez Minuesa, known as Cake Minuesa, suffers an altercation with the Ertzaintza in the vicinity of the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). The journalist was in that place when the Mixed Commission of Transfers was being held in which the transfer to Euskadi of Prisons has been formalized. Very close to Minuesa were also some Vox demonstrators who shouted ‘‘cowards‘‘ to those attending the Commission. The agreement will involve the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of three prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institutions responsible for the three prisons...10 MAY 2021;BILBAO;EUSKADI;ALTERCATION;VOX;TRANSFER OF PRISONS..H.Bilbao / Europa Press..05/10/2021 (Credit Image: © H.Bilbao/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©H.Bilbao/Contacto via ZUMA...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Vice President of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka (i) and the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta (d) on his way out of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Mi...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta (i), and the vice-president of the Basque Country and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka (r) on his arrival at a press conference following the holding of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, fo...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta (i) and the Vice President of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka (r) during the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). The transfer of prisons to the Basque Country was formalized during the meeting. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of th...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The government delegate in the Basque Country, Denis Itxaso; the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta; the Basque Minister of Transport, Iñaki Arriola; the vice-president of the Basque Country and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka and the Minister of Public Governance and Self-Government, Olatz Garamendi before the press conference following the meeting of the Mixed Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of the Basque Country, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bi...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: Several agents of the Ertzaintza remove a man who insulted the politicians on his arrival at the celebration of the Joint Commission of transfers in the historical archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting the transfer to Euskadi of Prisons has been formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institutions respo...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The Minister of Public Governance and Self-Government, Olatz Garamendi; the vice-president of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka and the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta as they leave the Joint Commission on Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation o...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: Several agents of the Ertzaintza remove a man who insulted the politicians on his arrival at the celebration of the Joint Commission of transfers in the historical archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting the transfer to Euskadi of Prisons has been formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institutions respo...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Vice President of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka (i) and the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta (r) pose before the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministr...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Cake Minuesa has problems with the Ertzaintza during the transfer of prisons in Euskadi

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao, (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: Journalist Juan Ramón Martínez Minuesa, known as Cake Minuesa, suffers an altercation with the Ertzaintza in the vicinity of the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). The journalist was in that place when the Mixed Commission of Transfers was being held in which the transfer to Euskadi of Prisons has been formalized. Very close to Minuesa were also some Vox demonstrators who shouted ‘‘cowards‘‘ to those attending the Commission. The agreement will involve the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of three prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institutions responsible for the three prisons...10 MAY 2021;BILBAO;EUSKADI;ALTERCATION;VOX;TRANSFER OF PRISONS..H.Bilbao / Europa Press..05/10/2021 (Credit Image: © H.Bilbao/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©H.Bilbao/Contacto via ZUMA...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Cake Minuesa has problems with the Ertzaintza during the transfer of prisons in Euskadi

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao, (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: Journalist Juan Ramón Martínez Minuesa, known as Cake Minuesa, suffers an altercation with the Ertzaintza in the vicinity of the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). The journalist was in that place when the Mixed Commission of Transfers was being held in which the transfer to Euskadi of Prisons has been formalized. Very close to Minuesa were also some Vox demonstrators who shouted ‘‘cowards‘‘ to those attending the Commission. The agreement will involve the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of three prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institutions responsible for the three prisons...10 MAY 2021;BILBAO;EUSKADI;ALTERCATION;VOX;TRANSFER OF PRISONS..H.Bilbao / Europa Press..05/10/2021 (Credit Image: © H.Bilbao/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©H.Bilbao/Contacto via ZUMA...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta (i) and the Vice President of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka (r) during the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). The transfer of prisons to the Basque Country was formalized during the meeting. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of th...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta; the Basque Minister of Transport, Iñaki Arriola, and the Vice Minister of the Basque Country and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka, before the press conference following the meeting of the Joint Committee on Transfers in the Historical Archive of the Basque Country, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organizatio...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The government delegate in the Basque Country, Denis Itxaso; the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta; the Basque Minister of Transport, Iñaki Arriola; the vice-president of the Basque Country and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka and the Minister of Public Governance and Self-Government, Olatz Garamendi before the press conference following the meeting of the Mixed Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of the Basque Country, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bi...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: Several agents of the Ertzaintza remove a man who insulted the politicians on his arrival at the celebration of the Joint Commission of transfers in the historical archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting the transfer to Euskadi of Prisons has been formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institutions respo...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Vice President of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka (i) and the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta (d) on his way out of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Mi...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    Press conference following the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta at a press conference after the celebration of the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on 10 May 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operation of prisons, after that, for more than four decades, have been the Ministry of the Interior and the Secretariat of penitentiary institut...

  • 2021年05月10日
    The Spanish and Basque Governments formalise the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country

    May 10, 2021, Bilbao (Basque Country, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta; the vice-president of the Basque Government and Minister of Security, Josu Erkoreka and the Minister of Economy and Finance of the Basque Government, Pedro Azpiazu as they leave the Joint Commission of Transfers in the Historical Archive of Euskadi, on May 10, 2021, in Bilbao, Euskadi (Spain). During the meeting, the transfer of Prisons to the Basque Country was formalized. The transfer of prisons is valued at 70 million and about 700 employees will be integrated into the Basque Civil Service. At this meeting, in addition to the transfer of the three Basque prisons - those of Zaballa (ÃÂlava), Basauri (Bizkaia) and Martutene (Gipuzkoa) - the road transport, the Ondarroa Maritime District building and the management of the ISSN bibliographic code are materialized. This agreement will mean the assumption by Euskadi of the exclusive competence for the organization, regime and operat...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月08日
    Suzhou, Jiangsu: Beautiful Night in Tongli Ancient Town

    May 7, 2021, Suzhou, Suzhou, China: Photographed on May 7, 2021, the only world cultural heritage site in Jiangnan Ancient Town-the beautiful night of Tongli Ancient Town, Suzhou, Jiangsu. The Guzhen District Night Aura Improvement Project completed in early May of this year has made the night scenery of the ancient town even more beautiful through the technology, art, and humanistic techniques of light and shadow, sound and color, and landscape installations... Tongli is the only ancient town in Jiangsu Province where the entire town is listed as a provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. It has successively won the titles of Chinese historical and cultural town, national environmentally beautiful town, and national civilized village. Tongli Tuisi Garden was included in the World Cultural Heritage List and the first batch of national key parks. Tongli is well-known at home and abroad for its characteristics of ‘‘the water town of mellow water, the old Jiangnan‘‘. It has the reputation of ‘...

  • 2021年05月07日
    Handover of the first Corona vaccine vials to the museum

    07 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halberstadt: Antje Gornig, head of the municipal museum, spreads out her new artefacts in the historic pharmacy, including empty vials from which the Biontech-Pfizer vaccine was inoculated. The vaccine was administered from the vials as early as December 26, 2021, at the Ameos Clinic in Halberstadt, Germany, where vaccination against the coronavirus began one day earlier than planned nationwide. In the morning, several of these vials had been handed over to the municipal museum. The municipal collections hold contemporary historical documents and objects of high importance. Photo: Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月07日
    Handover of the first Corona vaccine vials to the museum

    07 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halberstadt: An empty vial from the vaccine manufacturer Biontech-Pfizer. The vial is one of those that were already vaccinated in Germany on 26 December 2021 at the Ameos Clinic in Halberstadt, as vaccination against the coronavirus began there one day earlier than planned throughout Germany. In the morning, several of these vials had been handed over to the municipal museum. The municipal collections house contemporary historical documents and objects of great importance. Photo: Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月07日
    Handover of the first Corona vaccine vials to the museum

    07 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halberstadt: Antje Gornig, head of the municipal museum, spreads out her new artefacts in the historic pharmacy, including empty vials from which the Biontech-Pfizer vaccine was inoculated. The vaccine was administered from the vials as early as December 26, 2021, at the Ameos Clinic in Halberstadt, Germany, where vaccination against the coronavirus began one day earlier than planned nationwide. In the morning, several of these vials had been handed over to the municipal museum. The municipal collections hold contemporary historical documents and objects of high importance. Photo: Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月07日
    Handover of the first Corona vaccine vials to the museum

    07 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halberstadt: Klaus Begall, professor at the Ameos Clinic in Halberstadt, shows an empty vial that once contained doses of Biontech-Pfizer‘s vaccine. The vial is one of those that were already vaccinated in Germany on December 26, 2021, at the Ameos Clinic, as vaccination against the coronavirus began in Halberstadt one day earlier than planned nationwide. In the morning, several of these vials had been handed over to the municipal museum. The municipal collections hold contemporary historical documents and objects of high importance. Photo: Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月07日
    Handover of the first Corona vaccine vials to the museum

    07 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halberstadt: Empty vials from which the vaccine from Biontech-Pfizer was vaccinated stand in a small box. Among the vials is one of those that were already vaccinated in Germany on 26 December 2021 at the Ameos Clinic in Halberstadt, as vaccination against the coronavirus began there one day earlier than planned throughout Germany. In the morning, several of these vials had been handed over to the municipal museum. The municipal collections house contemporary historical documents and objects of great importance. Photo: Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月07日
    Handover of the first Corona vaccine vials to the museum

    07 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halberstadt: Klaus Begall, professor at the Ameos Clinic in Halberstadt, shows an empty vial that once contained doses of Biontech-Pfizer‘s vaccine. The vial is one of those that were already vaccinated in Germany on December 26, 2021, at the Ameos Clinic, as vaccination against the coronavirus began in Halberstadt one day earlier than planned nationwide. In the morning, several of these vials had been handed over to the municipal museum. The municipal collections hold contemporary historical documents and objects of high importance. Photo: Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月07日
    Handover of the first Corona vaccine vials to the museum

    07 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halberstadt: “Halberstadt 2020“ is written on a mouth-nose protection on fabric. The artefact was handed over to the Municipal Museum together with the first vaccine vials administered in Germany. The vaccine was already administered from the vials on 26 December 2021 at the Ameos Clinic in Halberstadt, as vaccination against the coronavirus began there one day earlier than planned throughout Germany. In the morning, several of these vials had been handed over to the municipal museum. The municipal collections hold contemporary historical documents and objects of high importance. Photo: Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月06日
    Canada News - May 6, 2021

    May 6, 2021, St. John‘s, NL, Canada: A woman walks pass one of many empty properties in historical downtown St. John‘s, NL on Thursday, May 6, 2021. (Credit Image: © Paul Daly/The Canadian Press via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Paul Daly/The Canadian Press via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Canada and U.S. RIGHTS OUT

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist, ARI LEVY, displays a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist, ARI LEVY, displays a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist, ARI LEVY, displays a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist, ARI LEVY, displays a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ‘offering‘ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist, ARI LEVY, displays a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist, ARI LEVY, displays a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: The Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: The Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ‘offering‘ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist, ARI LEVY, displays a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologist, ARI LEVY, displays a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: Excavations underway as the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovers a rare bronze oil lamp, recently discovered in excavations along the Pilgrimage Road in the City of David National Park. The lamp is shaped like half a grotesque, bearded, face, a common Roman theatrical mask motif. The lamp, discovered in the foundations of a building dating to the Roman Period, subsequent to the destruction of Jerusalem and the Second Temple in 70 CE, was intentionally deposited as an ââ¬Ëofferingââ¬â¢ in order to bring good fortune to the building‘s residents, attesting to the importance of the building, believed to be linked to the protection of the Siloam Pool, the city‘s primary water source. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: The Israeli flag, a fence and security cameras atop a Jewish home in the predominantly Muslim neighborhood of Silwan in east Jerusalem. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: A northward view of the City of David National Park entrance depicts the Al Aqsa mosque dome in the background. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: An eastward view of the predominantly Muslim neighborhood of Silwan in east Jerusalem. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: A northward view of Jerusalemââ¬â¢s Old City walls and the Al Aqsa mosque dome. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Unique Roman Oil Lamp Uncovered in Jerusalem, Israel

    May 5, 2021, Jerusalem, Israel: An eastward view of archaeological excavations underway in the City of David National Park. (Credit Image: © Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Nir Alon/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort

    May 5, 2021, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan: An attractive stunning aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort illuminated with blue color to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Provincial Capital in Lahore. Pakistani authorities plan to put in place a nine-day lockdown from May 8 to 16 prior to the holiday. (Credit Image: © Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort

    May 5, 2021, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan: An attractive stunning aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort illuminated with blue color to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Provincial Capital in Lahore. Pakistani authorities plan to put in place a nine-day lockdown from May 8 to 16 prior to the holiday. (Credit Image: © Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort

    May 5, 2021, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan: An attractive stunning aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort illuminated with blue color to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Provincial Capital in Lahore. Pakistani authorities plan to put in place a nine-day lockdown from May 8 to 16 prior to the holiday. (Credit Image: © Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort

    May 5, 2021, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan: An attractive stunning aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort illuminated with blue color to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Provincial Capital in Lahore. Pakistani authorities plan to put in place a nine-day lockdown from May 8 to 16 prior to the holiday. (Credit Image: © Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort

    May 5, 2021, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan: An attractive stunning aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort illuminated with blue color to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Provincial Capital in Lahore. Pakistani authorities plan to put in place a nine-day lockdown from May 8 to 16 prior to the holiday. (Credit Image: © Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort

    May 5, 2021, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan: An attractive stunning aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort illuminated with blue color to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Provincial Capital in Lahore. Pakistani authorities plan to put in place a nine-day lockdown from May 8 to 16 prior to the holiday. (Credit Image: © Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort

    May 5, 2021, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan: An attractive stunning aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort illuminated with blue color to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Provincial Capital in Lahore. Pakistani authorities plan to put in place a nine-day lockdown from May 8 to 16 prior to the holiday. (Credit Image: © Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    Aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort

    May 5, 2021, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan: An attractive stunning aerial view of Historical Lahore Fort illuminated with blue color to spread awareness about Covid-19 in Provincial Capital in Lahore. Pakistani authorities plan to put in place a nine-day lockdown from May 8 to 16 prior to the holiday. (Credit Image: © Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: King Felipe VI on his arrival at the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena at the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum features more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum‘s museographic resources include audiovisuals, models and infographics...05 MAY 2021;KING;FELIPE VI;MUSEUM;CULTURE;ART;ARCHAEOLOGY;EXHIBITIONS;INAUGURATION;ROYAL HOUSE;CARTAGENA..E. Botella. POOL/Europa Press..05/05/2021 (Credit Image: © E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The Mayor of Cartagena, Ana Belén Castejón; King Felipe VI and the President of Murcia, Fernando López Miras during their visit to the site of the Forum Quarter at the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete de Cartagena in the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum has more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum‘s museographic resources include audiovisuals, models and infographics...05 MAY 2021;KING;CARTAGENA;MUSEUM;ART;HISTORY;ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE;ROYAL HOUSE..E. Botella. POOL/Europa Press..05/05/2021 (Credit Image: © E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA...

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: King Felipe VI on his arrival at the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena at the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum features more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum‘s museographic resources include audiovisuals, models and infographics...05 MAY 2021;KING;FELIPE VI;MUSEUM;CULTURE;ART;ARCHAEOLOGY;EXHIBITIONS;INAUGURATION;ROYAL HOUSE;CARTAGENA..E. Botella. POOL/Europa Press..05/05/2021 (Credit Image: © E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: (L-R) The President of Murcia, Fernando López Miras, King Felipe VI and the Minister of Culture and Sport, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes during his visit to the site of the Forum Quarter at the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete de Cartagena in the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum has more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum‘s museographic resources include audiovisuals, models and infographics...05 MAY 2021;KING;CARTAGENA;MUSEUM;ART;HISTORY;ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE;ROYAL HOUSE..E. Botella. POOL/Europa Press..05/05/2021 (Credit Image: © E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©E. Botella. Poo...

  • 2021年05月05日
    Berend Lehmann Museum

    05 May 2021, Saxony-Anhalt, Halberstadt: Remains of the historical ritual immersion bath in the Mikwenhaus. In Halberstadt, one of the few historic Jewish quarters has been preserved. The redesigned Berend Lehmann Museum shows history and tradition there. 20 years after its opening, the museum has been redesigned, expanded and renovated. Even though visitors are currently not allowed to come due to the pandemic, the official reopening is planned for May 16. Photo: Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: King Felipe VI during his visit to the site of the Forum Quarter at the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete de Cartagena in the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum has more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum‘s museographic resources include audiovisuals, models and infographics...05 MAY 2021;KING;CARTAGENA;MUSEUM;ART;HISTORY;ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE;ROYAL HOUSE..E. Botella. POOL/Europa Press..05/05/2021 (Credit Image: © E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: King Felipe VI during his visit to the site of the Forum Quarter at the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete de Cartagena in the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum has more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum‘s museographic resources include audiovisuals, models and infographics...05 MAY 2021;KING;CARTAGENA;MUSEUM;ART;HISTORY;ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE;ROYAL HOUSE..EDU BOTELLA / EDU BOTELLA..05/05/2021 (Credit Image: © Edu Botella/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Edu Botella/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: King Felipe VI during his visit to the site of the Forum Quarter at the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete de Cartagena in the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum has more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum‘s museographic resources include audiovisuals, models and infographics...05 MAY 2021;KING;CARTAGENA;MUSEUM;ART;HISTORY;ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE;ROYAL HOUSE..EDU BOTELLA / EDU BOTELLA..05/05/2021 (Credit Image: © Edu Botella/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Edu Botella/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: King Felipe VI (1l) waves with the Minister of Culture and Sport, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes (2l) and the President of Murcia, Fernando López Miras (3l) during the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete de Cartagena in the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum features more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum‘s museographic resources include audiovisuals, models and infographics...05 MAY 2021;KING PHILIP VI;CARTAGENA;ART;CULTURE;MUSEUM;HISTORY;ROMAN..E. Botella. POOL/Europa Press..05/05/2021 (Credit Image: © E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信...

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: King Felipe VI on his arrival at the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena at the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum features more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum has among its museographic resources with audiovisuals, models and infographics.King Felipe VI on his arrival at the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena in the Archaeological Park of the Molinete, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum features more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of the excavations. The exhibit...

  • 2021年05月05日
    The King inaugurates the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete of Cartagena

    May 5, 2021, Cartagena (Murcia, Madrid, Spain: King Felipe VI (r) unveils a commemorative plaque in the presence of the President of Murcia, Fernando López Miras (l) during the inauguration of the new Museum of the Roman Forum Molinete de Cartagena in the Molinete Archaeological Park, on May 5, 2021, in Cartagena, Murcia (Spain). The new museum features more than 350 archaeological objects of great historical and artistic value recovered in the course of excavations. The exhibition narrates the history of the district of El Molinete and the city of Cartagena over more than 2,200 years, from the Punic foundation of the city to the 20th century. In addition, the museum‘s museographic resources include audiovisuals, models and infographics...05 MAY 2021;KING PHILIP VI;CARTAGENA;ART;CULTURE;MUSEUM;HISTORY;ROMAN..E. Botella. POOL/Europa Press..05/05/2021 (Credit Image: © E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©E. Botella. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights...

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