A woman looks at the 35.000 year old mammoth baby "Dima" at the archeological museum in Herne, Germany. After four months at the climate exhibition with more than 50.000 visitors, the little mammoth from Siberia is going back to St. Petersburg in Russia. A copy replaces the Russian original from now until the end of the exhibition on May 31, 2007. Ver más.
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Vatican Museum officials today unveiled the necropolis, which was unearthed three years ago during the construction of a parking lot for Vatican City employees and vehicles. Visitors to the Vatican will soon be able to step into the newly unveiled necropolis likened by archeologists to a "little Pompeii" of cemeteries which were the final resting place of inhabitants during centuries of Roman imperial rule. Ver más.
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