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Vandalism becomes serious problem for Eternal City

ROME – They knock the noses off statues in a park that was a favorite haunt of poet John Keats and throw dye into the iconic Trevi Fountain.

New York City Knickerbocker Hotel may be making a comeback

Did you read about the sale of the former Knickerbocker Hotel on 42nd Street to Ashkenazy and partners for US$180.5 million?

Kempinski Hotels SA revives the spirit of historical hotels in Southeast...

JAKARTA, Bangkok (eTN) - It started first in 2008 in Jakarta, and in 2010 came the time for Bangkok.

Hail Amir announces a program to develop the historic city of...

Prince Saud bin Abdul Mohsin, Amir of Hail, president of the Supreme Commission for Hail Development, announced recently the preparation of a an action plan for the comprehensive development of the hi

A happy end to a Malaysian-Singapore agreement about a historic rail...

Unaware passers-by or visitors would probably pay little attention to an old building, half hidden behind trees along a highway running parallel to Singapore Port.

Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster in Luxembourg is newest...

The exclusive association of historic conference venues is proud to extend its membership welcoming a truly exceptional new member center as of January 2010 – Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de

Historic takeoff makes “flying car” a reality

Terrafugia, Inc., a game-changing aircraft company, announced today the first flight of its Transition(R) Roadable Aircraft Proof of Concept.

Tired of tourist traps? Get ‘distinctive’

A country as large as the United States has more to offer vacationers than magic kingdoms and theme parks, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation offers a list of "distinctive destination" i

Historic Franklin first to partner with Heritage Travel, Inc.

FRANKLIN, TN - Historic Franklin in Williamson County, Tennessee has signed on as the first participating destination with Heritage Travel, Inc., a new subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Pr

Historic group pitches 12 tourist destinations

People planning spring and summer getaways might try one of 12 unusual places such as Ste. Genevieve, Mo., which "has the most significant collection of French colonial architecture in the U.S," according to a preservation group.

Caribbean tourism to benefit from historic agreement between China and US

ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada (eTN) – The notion that regional tourism industry stands to benefit from a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed last week between the US and China is becoming generally accepted by Caribbean tourism industry stakeholders.