These attractions may be geographical, sporting activities or just fabricated structures. People may even be attracted by the culture of the natives, and therefore, decide to exchange their different cultural opinions. Some of the most common tourist attraction sites include- Big Ben in London, Times Square in New York, Louvre Museum in Paris, The London eye in London and the Trevi Fountain in Rome. (Alexiou, 2011) The Statue of Liberty in New York and Eiffel Tower in Paris are some of the chief tourist attraction sites in the world. These global structures have been designed to give a symbol and were constructed with exceptional technical support. These are symbols of past historic happenings (Moreno, 2004). They serve as a reminder of the past happenings to those living in the present times. History of the Statue of Liberty The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of freedom to the people of New York while the Eiffel tower acts as a landmark for Paris. It took many years for its architectures to see their dreams come true. Frederic Auguste designed the statue of New York; he was a French sculptor. His target to come up with a statue similar to the one in Great island Rhodes. The face of the sculpture was similar to that of his mother while he the body belonged to a prostitute. ...Show more
Tourism in Paris and New York Name Institution Tourism in Paris and New York Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 History of the Statue of Liberty 3 History of the Eiffel Tower 5 Similarities between the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty 7 The type of visitors attracted 7 Visitors experience…
The government first recognized the value of event planning in 1915 while professional events as they are today in the UK took shape in the late 1950s and the early 1960s (Bowdin et al., 2006: 32). In the 1950s, there was an increase in the number of communities from South Asia and West Indies and events were organized to commemorate their cultures before the second period festivals culture emerged (Bowdin et al., 2006: 32).
Argument: According to Dewhurst and Dewhurst (2005, p. 8), the definition of visitor attraction which was made use of in the annual “Sightseeing in the UK” periodical, and that was originally given by English Tourism Council (ETC) is by far, the most usually cited among all others in the literature.
No matter what definition one chooses to adhere to, the fact of the matter is that it is only with proper attraction management that a given attraction will have longevity. Without it, even potentially interesting attractions will quickly be forgotten and then ignored.
Infact, statistics show that more than 80 percent of consultations in primary care centers and 65 percent of emergency admissions in the hospital are related to long term illnesses (NHS, 2006). One of the long term conditions that affect every strata of the society is diabetes mellitus-type-1
Event Tourism. Tourism has always been one of the most popular industries around the world. Traditionally, a tourist attraction would be the destination’s scenic beauty, cultural heritage and natural landscapes. However, with the emerging popularity of the tourism business, there are now different types of tourisms that have evolved in the business such as event tourism.
Visitor attraction refers to a stable expedition area set aside to let day trippers enjoy themselves (Hu and wall 2005). This term can have several adaptations, however, in this paper; it would be used to describe daytime tourists as our aim is to find out the part they play in having a successful attraction site.
Street art gained popularity during the 1980s, a time when there was the graffiti art boom and it is still applied to subsequent incarnations. Popular forms of modern street artworks include wheat pasted poster art and sticker art, stencil graffiti and sculpture.
This paper contrasts the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 4s, which most people consider similar but they are considerably different in appearance and functionality.
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