Hard-to-Reach Heritage: Israel and Peru

17 October 2010
Presented by Diana O'Carroll, Tom Birch.

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We make our way to some of the least accessible bits of heritage this month: Naked Scientist Laura Soul treks to Machu Picchu and we hear about the fenced-off Palestinian heritage in Israel. Also this month: tracking down The Plague's bacterial DNA, sanding down a Norwegian Pompeii and a DIY archaeological survey!

In this episode

Dome of the Rock

How has the Israeli-Palestinian border affected people?
with Isabelle Humphries

The site was found in Hamresanden, located between the North Sea and the River Tovdalselva (featured).

'Mini Pompeii' found in Norway
with Lars Sundström, Museum of Cultural History, University in Oslo

Comments

Hello, I believe it should be noted that the Inca Trail described is NOT the only way to reach Machu Picchu. I understand it adds to the "hard-to-reach" narrative but it is important to clarify so as not to deter people from visiting. A 30 min bus ride is available from the neighboring town of Aguas Calientes.

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