Chateau de Chambord is a beautiful display of French Renaissance architecture. The castle has 440 rooms, 283 fireplaces, 84 staircases and a decorative moat, making one of the most iconic structures built by the French monarchy. King Francois I began the work of the grand chateau in the Loire Valley as a weekend hunting retreat in 1519, he stated that elements of the castle such as the double helix staircase were inspired directly by the Italian polymath. The castle today hosts many events throughout the year for visitors to discover the Renaissance marvel history.
Preliminary studies suggest the AstraZenca vaccine will protect against the P1 variant of the coronavirus, Mauricio Zuma, the head of production at Brazil’s Fiocruz biomedical institute said on Monday, confirming a Reuters report on Friday. The Brazil variant is worrying experts because it is highly contagious and has led several countries to ban travel from … More Brazil Study Suggests AstraZeneca Vaccine Is Effective Against Brazil COVID-19 Variant
Malaysia’s prime minister and Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met on Monday ahead of talks on Tuesday in Riyadh to sign memorandums on understanding. Muhyiddin Yassin arrived in Jeddah on Saturday to perform Umrah, where he was received by the Kingdom’s Ambassador to Malaysia, Mahmoud Qattan, the Gov. of Jeddah Prince Mishael bin … More Malaysia PM Meets With Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman held a meeting with King Abdullah II of Jordan in the capital Riyadh on Monday, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. During the meeting they reviewed relations between the two countries, aspects of joint cooperation in various fields and promising opportunities to further develop then in a way that … More Jordan’s King Abdullah II Received in Riyadh By Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Meghan, the wife of Prince Harry, accused Britain’s royal family of raising concerns about how dark their son’s skin may be and pushing her to the brink of suicide, in a tell – all television interview that will sent shockwaves through the monarchy. The 390year-old, whose mother is Black and father is white, said she … More Meghan Says Kate, Prince William’s Wife, Made her Cry Before Wedding To Harry
Qatar has strongly condemned and denounced the attempt to target Ras Tanura Port and Saudi Aramco’s facilities in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. In a statement issued, the Qatari Foreign Affairs Ministry said that targeting vital installations and facilities in a subversive act the violates all international norms and laws and the would threaten the security and … More Qatar Strongly Condemns Attacks On Facilities In Saudi Arabia
Syria’s President Bashar al – Assad and his wife Asma have tested positive for COVID-19 after showing minor symptoms, the president’s office said in a statement on Monday. It said they were both in good health and would continue to work while in isolation at home.
Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan arrived in Qatar’s capital Doha on Monday for an official visit, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA). The Saudi FM held talks with Qatar’s Emir Sheikh bin Hamad al – Thani and Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani, Qatar’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister … More Saudi FM Arrives In Qatar For Official Visit
Saudi Arabia has confirmed one of its oil storage yards at the Ras Tanura port was attacked earlier in the day, according to a statement from a source at the Kingdom’s Energy Ministry. A drone that was used to attack a petroleum tank from at Ras Tanura port was launched from the sea, according to … More Saudi Arabia Confirms Drone Attack On Aramco’s Ras Tanura Port
Saudi Arabia will list the suspension on activities such as indoor dining and will reopen gyms and cinemas from March 7, but will maintain its ban on large social gatherings, as the Kingdom’s authorities review their coronavirus precautionary measures. The Kingdom will allow the resumption of entertainment activities, reopen cinema theatres, gyms and gaming venues, … More Saudi Arabia Resumes Some Activities From Mar.7, Keeps Social Gathering Restrictions
The Kremlin on Friday said it hoped ‘crazy’ calls to sanction Russian business people would not become a reality and that it was planning ways to best protect Russia’s interests, its citizens and businesses. The Kremlin said it was closely following media reports about a possible new round of U.S. sanctions.
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