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Travel Magazine

Chicago Sets New Tourism Record Of 55 Million Visitors In 2017
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Choose Chicago today announced that visitors to the city in 2017 reached
55.2 million – a new record and 2.5 percent increase over the previous year. The increase of 1.4 million
reaches the Mayor’s ambitious goal of 55 million visitors annually – two years early. Chicago’s tourism
industry supported an estimated 146,500 jobs in 2017, a 17 percent increase since Mayor Emanue
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East Jerusalem
Some places just deserve to be called shitholes.
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Neapolitan Pizza Granted UNESCO Heritage Status
The art of the Neapolitan ‘Pizzaiuolo’ is a culinary practice comprising four different phases relating to the
preparation of the dough and its baking in a wood-fired oven, involving a rotatory movement by the baker.
The element originates in Naples, the capital of the Campania Region, where about 3,000 Pizzaiuoli now
live and perform. Pizzaiuoli are a living link for the communities concerned. T
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National Sport of Burano: Cat Hunting Pigeon
Burano is a small fishing village, known for its coloful houses, near Venice, Italy. A local woman is feeding
pigeons to lure them into cat’s paws.
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Stone Face
in the caves of Beit Shearim National Park, Israel
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Paparazzi
Venice and its surroundings (the photo is taken at Burano) is a paradise for paparazzi chasing celebs
coming to Venice in droves.
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The Spectacular Taste of Taiwan at San Diego Travel & Adventure Show
To kick off the new year, Taiwan Tourism Bureau will be participating in the San Diego Travel &
Adventure Show this weekend, January 13-14 at the San Diego Convention Center, sharing the latest
Taiwan travel information at the nation’s most popular event of tourism. This year is Taiwan Tourism’s
“2018 Marine Tourism Year”. The Taiwan Pavilion will feature Taiwan’s rich and ravishing marine life,
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Beit Shearim National Park, Israel
In July 2015, UNESCO inscribed the caves of Bet She’arim as a World Heritage Site. Flanked by green
Mount Carmel on one side and the mountains of Lower Galilee on the other is a soft landscape of
rounded, whitish hills. Here and there, Mount Tabor oaks grace the slopes, remnants of a once-great
forest. On one of these hills, Sheikh Abreik Hill, was the ancient city of Bet She’arim. But most inter
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No, it’s not #Gameofthrones
No, it’s not about Game of Thrones, this is a carving on sarcophagus in one of the caves in Beit Shearim
National Park, Israel .
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Technologies.org

At #CES2018 #Android Laptop And Phone Hybrid is Most Awarded Razer Concept