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Wednesday, 3 February 2021

Not bitter or sweet but a tongue of gold

News from around the world in pictures:Not bitter or sweet but a tongue of gold ?: In Russia, planes stuck in the snow had to be lifted; Eventually a museum opened in Vatican City

Archaeologists have unearthed a 2,000-year-old mummy with a golden tongue during excavations at the ancient Egyptian site of Taposiris magna. Egypt's tourism ministry said the mummy may have had a golden tongue in it, thinking the deceased could speak even after death. Archaeologists have unearthed another 15 remains from the mummy.

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In Russia, planes got stuck in the ice

The picture is from Siberia, where a passenger plane parked on the runway was also damaged by being crushed in the snow.

Russia's Siberia has received up to 8 feet of snow in the past two months. So public life here has been disrupted. Most roads are closed. Airlines have also been affected. Heavy snowfall has damaged small planes. They are being sent to Moscow by MI-26 helicopter for repairs. However, many of the aircraft used for domestic flights were crushed in the snow, being flown out by MI-26 helicopters. The MI-26 is the most powerful cargo helicopter in the world. It can lift up to 20 tons.

The museum eventually opened in Vatican City

This image is of the Sistine Chapel, the largest Christian monastery in Vatican City. The church has also been open to the public since Monday. However, very few people came here on the first day. It has been closed for the last 88 days due to Corona's guideline. After closing in March last year, it reopened in June. It will now only open five days a week.

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The museum has biblical paintings on marble walls and ceilings, with glimpses of Italian art. Is on the roof of this church. Between 1508 and 1512, Michelangelo painted more than 300 paintings, some more than 18 feet long. Many Bible stories can be seen in these pictures.

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