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  1. 2020102405764

    世界遺産委、来年6月開催 奄美大島の山林  鹿児島県・奄美大島の山林

  2. 2020102405762

    世界遺産委、来年6月開催 やんばるの森  沖縄本島北部の「やんばるの森」

  3. 2020102302349

    のどか  フランス西部の世界遺産モンサンミシェル付近で草をはむヒツジ。穏やかな光景です。(ロイター=共同) 「海外フォト」

  4. 2020102207619

    世界遺産登録に向け連携 開かれた知事サミット  テレビ会議形式で開かれた「北海道・北東北知事サミット」。右端は北海道の鈴木直道知事=22日午後、道庁

  5. 2020102207615

    世界遺産登録に向け連携 発言する北海道の鈴木知事 「北海道・北東北知事サミット」で発言する北海道の鈴木直道知事=22日午後、道庁

  6. 2020102306356

    Reconstruction in Nepal October 22, 2020, Lalitpur, Nepal: Women work at the reconstruction site of a temple damaged during the earthquake 2015 at Patan Durbar Square, a UNESCO heritage site in Lalitpur,Nepal on October 22,2020. (Credit Image: © Sunil Sharma/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:© Sunil Sharma/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  7. 2020102306206

    Reconstruction in Nepal October 22, 2020, Lalitupr, Nepal: A woman works at the reconstruction site of a temple damaged during the earthquake 2015 at Patan Durbar Square, a UNESCO heritage site in Lalitpur,Nepal on October 22,2020. (Credit Image: © Sunil Sharma/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:© Sunil Sharma/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  8. 2020102306158

    Reconstruction in Nepal October 22, 2020, Lalitpur, Nepal: Women work at the reconstruction site of a temple damaged during the earthquake 2015 at Patan Durbar Square, a UNESCO heritage site in Lalitpur,Nepal on October 22,2020. (Credit Image: © Sunil Sharma/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:© Sunil Sharma/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  9. 2020102206043

    Daily Life at Kathmandu Airport amid COVID-19 Pandemic in Nepal October 20, 2020, Kathmandu, Nepal: Two staffers work on an aircraft at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal on Tuesday, October 20, 2020. (Credit Image: © Skanda Gautam/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Skanda Gautam/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  10. 2020102109441

    Reconstruction in Nepal October 20, 2020, Kathmandu, Nepal: A man works in a reconstruction site of a temple at Hanumandhoka Durbar Square,UNESCO heritage site in Kathmandu,capital of Nepal on October 20,2020. (Credit Image: © Sunil Sharma/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:© Sunil Sharma/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  11. 2020102206022

    Daily Life at Kathmandu Airport amid COVID-19 Pandemic in Nepal October 20, 2020, Kathmandu, Nepal: An aircraft takes flight pictured against the backdrop of Boudhanath Stupa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal on Tuesday, October 20, 2020. (Credit Image: © Skanda Gautam/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Skanda Gautam/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  12. 2020102006389

    Casa de México Prepares for Day of the Dead with a Mega-Altar October 19, 2020, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Sweet skull in the Mega-Altar de Muertos, dedicated this year to all the deceased of Covid19, in the lobby of Casa de México in Madrid during the preparation of the cultural center for the celebration of the Day of the Dead, in Madrid (Spain) on October 19, 2020. The Day of the Dead, declared an Intangible World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, is an ancestral celebration, a tradition that symbolizes the encounter between the living and their deceased loved ones...19 OCTOBER 2020..Ricardo Rubio / Europa Press..10/19/2020 (Credit Image: © Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT 「ZUMA Press」

  13. 2020102006419

    Casa de México Prepares for Day of the Dead with a Mega-Altar October 19, 2020, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Two people visit the Mega-Altar dedicated to all the deceased of Covid19, in the lobby of Casa de México in Madrid during the preparation of the cultural center for the celebration of the Day of the Dead, in Madrid (Spain) on October 19, 2020. The Day of the Dead, declared an Intangible World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, is an ancestral celebration, a tradition that symbolizes the encounter between the living and their deceased loved ones...19 OCTOBER 2020..Ricardo Rubio / Europa Press..10/19/2020 (Credit Image: © Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT 「ZUMA Press」

  14. 2020102006263

    Casa de México Prepares for Day of the Dead with a Mega-Altar October 19, 2020, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Sweet skulls, sculpture of a dog, bread of the dead, candles, flowers and photographs of the deceased in the Mega-Altar de Muertos, dedicated this year to all the deceased of Covid-19, in the vestibule of the Casa de México in Madrid during the preparation of the cultural centre for the celebration of the Day of the Dead, in Madrid (Spain) on October 19, 2020. The Day of the Dead, declared an Intangible World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, is an ancestral celebration, a tradition that symbolizes the encounter between the living and their deceased loved ones...19 OCTOBER 2020..Ricardo Rubio / Europa Press..10/19/2020 (Credit Image: © Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT 「ZUMA Press」

  15. 2020102006311

    Casa de México Prepares for Day of the Dead with a Mega-Altar October 19, 2020, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Sweet skulls on the steps of the Mega-Altar de Muertos, dedicated this year to all the deceased of Covid-19, in the lobby of Casa de México in Madrid during the preparation of the cultural center for the celebration of the Day of the Dead, in Madrid (Spain) on October 19, 2020. The Day of the Dead, declared an Intangible World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, is an ancestral celebration, a tradition that symbolizes the encounter between the living and their deceased loved ones...19 OCTOBER 2020..Ricardo Rubio / Europa Press..10/19/2020 (Credit Image: © Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT 「ZUMA Press」

  16. 2020102006262

    Casa de México Prepares for Day of the Dead with a Mega-Altar October 19, 2020, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Mega-Altar de Muertos dedicated this year to all the deceased of Covid19, in the lobby of Casa de México in Madrid during the preparation of the cultural center for the celebration of the Day of the Dead, in Madrid (Spain) on October 19, 2020. The Day of the Dead, declared an Intangible World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, is an ancestral celebration, a tradition that symbolizes the encounter between the living and their deceased loved ones...19 OCTOBER 2020..Ricardo Rubio / Europa Press..10/19/2020 (Credit Image: © Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT 「ZUMA Press」

  17. 2020102006286

    Casa de México Prepares for Day of the Dead with a Mega-Altar October 19, 2020, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Sweet skulls, sculpture of a dog, bread of the dead, candles, flowers and photographs of the deceased in the Mega-Altar de Muertos, dedicated this year to all the deceased of Covid-19, in the vestibule of the Casa de México in Madrid during the preparation of the cultural centre for the celebration of the Day of the Dead, in Madrid (Spain) on October 19, 2020. The Day of the Dead, declared an Intangible World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, is an ancestral celebration, a tradition that symbolizes the encounter between the living and their deceased loved ones...19 OCTOBER 2020..Ricardo Rubio / Europa Press..10/19/2020 (Credit Image: © Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT 「ZUMA Press」

  18. 2020102006307

    Casa de México Prepares for Day of the Dead with a Mega-Altar October 19, 2020, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: A young woman visits the Mega-Altar de Muertos dedicated to all the deceased of Covid19, in the vestibule of Casa de México in Madrid during the preparation of the cultural centre for the celebration of the Day of the Dead, in Madrid (Spain) on October 19, 2020. The Day of the Dead, declared an Intangible World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, is an ancestral celebration, a tradition that symbolizes the encounter between the living and their deceased loved ones...19 OCTOBER 2020..Ricardo Rubio / Europa Press..10/19/2020 (Credit Image: © Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT 「ZUMA Press」

  19. 2020102006433

    Casa de México Prepares for Day of the Dead with a Mega-Altar October 19, 2020, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: A young woman visits the Mega-Altar de Muertos dedicated to all the deceased of Covid19, in the vestibule of Casa de México in Madrid during the preparation of the cultural centre for the celebration of the Day of the Dead, in Madrid (Spain) on October 19, 2020. The Day of the Dead, declared an Intangible World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, is an ancestral celebration, a tradition that symbolizes the encounter between the living and their deceased loved ones...19 OCTOBER 2020..Ricardo Rubio / Europa Press..10/19/2020 (Credit Image: © Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Ricardo Rubio/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT 「ZUMA Press」

  20. 2020101000481

    Daily Life in Nepal October 8, 2020, Lalitpur, Nepal: A man sits beneath a temple inside Patan Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Lalitpur, Nepal on Thursday, October 8, 2020. (Credit Image: © Skanda Gautam/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Skanda Gautam/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  21. 2020101000041

    Daily Life in Nepal October 8, 2020, Lalitpur, Nepal: A vendor carries cushion on his back to sell to customers inside Patan Durbar Square, a Unesco World Heritage Site in Lalitpur, Nepal on Thursday, OCtober 8, 2020. (Credit Image: © Skanda Gautam/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Skanda Gautam/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  22. 2020100903523

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  23. 2020100903639

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  24. 2020100903621

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  25. 2020100903409

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  26. 2020100903413

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  27. 2020100904036

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  28. 2020100903548

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  29. 2020100903687

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  30. 2020100904058

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  31. 2020100903405

    Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK October 8, 2020: London, UK. 07 October 2020. The Kew royal botanic gardens site is located in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, and includes more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is home to more than 60,000 plants and to the world‘s largest seed conservation project, and is considered the most biodiverse place on Earth. Among its unique landscapes and features, it includes an exotic rainforest, tropical glasshouses, the Waterlily House, the high Treetop Walkway, the Great Pagoda, and several sculptures. Originally it was the former summer residence of King George III, and has many historically important buildings. It also has an important scientific research centre and in 2003 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit Image: © Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Matt Duckett/IMAGESLIVE via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  32. 2020100709027

    Italy has launched a bid to award the UNESCO World Heritage status to espresso coffee Italy - October 6, 2020.Italy has launched a bid to award the UNESCO World Heritage status to espresso coffee. (Credit Image: © Maule/ROPI via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Maule/ROPI via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany and Italy Rights Out 「ZUMA Press」

  33. 2020100702050

    World News - October 5, 2020 October 5, 2020: 5 October 2020 (Antequera, Malaga) Three skulls may be the key to deciphering the origin of the Antequera Dolmens. The majestic Neolithic constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2016. A group of archaeologists has found three skulls in the megalithic monument discovered in Antequera, which may have been part of a sacred space for Neolithic communities before the Menga dolmen was built, and they believe there may be more remains, so the excavations continue. The location has been made at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados, in the area known as Piedras Blancas, in the excavation of a megalithic structure for funerary use, according to the professor of Prehistory of the University of Seville Leonardo García Sanjuán (Credit Image: © Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  34. 2020100701723

    World News - October 5, 2020 October 5, 2020: 5 October 2020 (Antequera, Malaga) Three skulls may be the key to deciphering the origin of the Antequera Dolmens. The majestic Neolithic constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2016. A group of archaeologists has found three skulls in the megalithic monument discovered in Antequera, which may have been part of a sacred space for Neolithic communities before the Menga dolmen was built, and they believe there may be more remains, so the excavations continue. The location has been made at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados, in the area known as Piedras Blancas, in the excavation of a megalithic structure for funerary use, according to the professor of Prehistory of the University of Seville Leonardo García Sanjuán (Credit Image: © Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  35. 2020100701750

    World News - October 5, 2020 October 5, 2020: 5 October 2020 (Antequera, Malaga) Three skulls may be the key to deciphering the origin of the Antequera Dolmens. The majestic Neolithic constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2016. A group of archaeologists has found three skulls in the megalithic monument discovered in Antequera, which may have been part of a sacred space for Neolithic communities before the Menga dolmen was built, and they believe there may be more remains, so the excavations continue. The location has been made at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados, in the area known as Piedras Blancas, in the excavation of a megalithic structure for funerary use, according to the professor of Prehistory of the University of Seville Leonardo García Sanjuán (Credit Image: © Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  36. 2020100701752

    World News - October 5, 2020 October 5, 2020: 5 October 2020 (Antequera, Malaga) Three skulls may be the key to deciphering the origin of the Antequera Dolmens. The majestic Neolithic constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2016. A group of archaeologists has found three skulls in the megalithic monument discovered in Antequera, which may have been part of a sacred space for Neolithic communities before the Menga dolmen was built, and they believe there may be more remains, so the excavations continue. The location has been made at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados, in the area known as Piedras Blancas, in the excavation of a megalithic structure for funerary use, according to the professor of Prehistory of the University of Seville Leonardo García Sanjuán (Credit Image: © Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  37. 2020100701596

    World News - October 5, 2020 October 5, 2020: 5 October 2020 (Antequera, Malaga) Three skulls may be the key to deciphering the origin of the Antequera Dolmens. The majestic Neolithic constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2016. A group of archaeologists has found three skulls in the megalithic monument discovered in Antequera, which may have been part of a sacred space for Neolithic communities before the Menga dolmen was built, and they believe there may be more remains, so the excavations continue. The location has been made at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados, in the area known as Piedras Blancas, in the excavation of a megalithic structure for funerary use, according to the professor of Prehistory of the University of Seville Leonardo García Sanjuán (Credit Image: © Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  38. 2020100701776

    World News - October 5, 2020 October 5, 2020: 5 October 2020 (Antequera, Malaga) Three skulls may be the key to deciphering the origin of the Antequera Dolmens. The majestic Neolithic constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2016. A group of archaeologists has found three skulls in the megalithic monument discovered in Antequera, which may have been part of a sacred space for Neolithic communities before the Menga dolmen was built, and they believe there may be more remains, so the excavations continue. The location has been made at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados, in the area known as Piedras Blancas, in the excavation of a megalithic structure for funerary use, according to the professor of Prehistory of the University of Seville Leonardo García Sanjuán (Credit Image: © Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  39. 2020100701909

    World News - October 5, 2020 October 5, 2020: 5 October 2020 (Antequera, Malaga) Three skulls may be the key to deciphering the origin of the Antequera Dolmens. The majestic Neolithic constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2016. A group of archaeologists has found three skulls in the megalithic monument discovered in Antequera, which may have been part of a sacred space for Neolithic communities before the Menga dolmen was built, and they believe there may be more remains, so the excavations continue. The location has been made at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados, in the area known as Piedras Blancas, in the excavation of a megalithic structure for funerary use, according to the professor of Prehistory of the University of Seville Leonardo García Sanjuán (Credit Image: © Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  40. 2020100701651

    World News - October 5, 2020 October 5, 2020: 5 October 2020 (Antequera, Malaga) Three skulls may be the key to deciphering the origin of the Antequera Dolmens. The majestic Neolithic constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2016. A group of archaeologists has found three skulls in the megalithic monument discovered in Antequera, which may have been part of a sacred space for Neolithic communities before the Menga dolmen was built, and they believe there may be more remains, so the excavations continue. The location has been made at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados, in the area known as Piedras Blancas, in the excavation of a megalithic structure for funerary use, according to the professor of Prehistory of the University of Seville Leonardo García Sanjuán (Credit Image: © Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

  41. 2020100701760

    World News - October 5, 2020 October 5, 2020: 5 October 2020 (Antequera, Malaga) Three skulls may be the key to deciphering the origin of the Antequera Dolmens. The majestic Neolithic constructions declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2016. A group of archaeologists has found three skulls in the megalithic monument discovered in Antequera, which may have been part of a sacred space for Neolithic communities before the Menga dolmen was built, and they believe there may be more remains, so the excavations continue. The location has been made at the foot of the Peña de los Enamorados, in the area known as Piedras Blancas, in the excavation of a megalithic structure for funerary use, according to the professor of Prehistory of the University of Seville Leonardo García Sanjuán (Credit Image: © Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Lorenzo Carnero/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ 「ZUMA Press」

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