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NEW YORK - The Empire State Building (ESB), the world's most famous office building, will celebrate its 80th anniversary on Sunday, May 1, 2011.
During this year's Site International Conference in Cape Town, South Africa, hundreds of delegates heard more details about the co-location of the 2011 Site Conference with IMEX America in Las Vegas -
Despite recent claims of pollution, test results show waters of Qasr al-Yahud baptismal site - where Jesus is believed to have been baptized – safe for bathing.
The site where tradition holds Jesus was baptized is in danger of being declared off-limits to pilgrims because of pollution in the Jordan River.
BABYLON, Iraq – A U.S.-funded program to restore the ruins of Iraq's ancient city of Babylon is threatened by a dispute among Iraqi officials over whether the priority should be preserving the site
SAO PAULO - The Brazilian Tourist Board, EMBRATUR, announced today along with Google Brazil, the world's first Google/YouTube brand channel uniquely combining videos and Google maps to provide an inte
Tourists are being encouraged to embark on their own mystery adventure ahead of the launch of the new Sherlock Holmes film.
The Bronx street where police fired 41 shots at an unarmed black man in 1999 has become an unlikely tourist attraction, according to the Daily News.
Until his death in a police shoot-out last month he was South-East Asia’s most wanted man; an Islamic militant responsible for countless atrocities and hundreds of deaths.
HONG KONG - A philanthropic bid by a Hong Kong tycoon to preserve the one-time residence of kung fu legend Bruce Lee and transform it into a major tourist attraction honouring the film icon was approv
Nearly 92 years have elapsed since Captain Charles Bartlett, standing in his pyjamas on the bridge of the biggest vessel in the world, the HMHS Britannic, gave the call to abandon ship.
Solovetsky Islands, Russia - It may be an awesome photo: the soaring cupolas of the monastery rise from Russia's White Sea just as Alexander Solzhenitsyn described them, but snap-happy tourists at the
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YEREVAN - Authorities in southern Armenia have opened a 5,000-year-old prehistoric monument dubbed "the Armenian Stonehenge," but known locally as Carahunge, as a tourist site.The monument, located some 200 km (124 miles) away from the capital, Yerevan, consists of over 200 shaped stones, some bearing smooth angled holes of 4 to 5cm in diameter, directed at different points at the sky.
NEW YORK, N.Y. — A new web site, Cruising From New York (www.CruisingFromNewYork.com), providing all the information travelers need to plan a cruise from the three New York area ports, Manhattan, Brooklyn and Cape Liberty (Bayonne), N.J. was launched today by Anne Campbell, a veteran cruise industry journalist.