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Hawaii Tourism Authority is finalizing a new leadership for the Hawaii Travel and Tourism Industry. The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) announced the appointments of two key executive leaders today, naming Keith Regan as chief administrative officer and Karen Hughes as vice president of marketing and product development. Both will begin work on December 17.
"A cold rain fell all day Friday here in Jerusalem, yet we turned the dreariness of the day into a metaphor for the pains of the past and tomorrow’s dreams," reports Dr. Peter Tarlow from Israel. Israel is the perfect place as a center of history and a place of great food.
Speaking on the Ministerial panel in Istanbul yesterday, Jamaica Minister of Tourism, Honorable Edmund Bartlett asserted that tourism was but the marketing of culture.
The third cultural tourism conference (3-5 December) organized jointly between the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization...
The head of the United Nations agency that manages the World Heritage List today called for better protection and preservation of the hundreds of sites around the globe that are currently inscribed on
The Prince of Wales landed in the Royal helicopter at the Anglesey Abbey this morning to mark the start of British Tourism Week, which runs until March 20.
It's no wonder people thought Mount St. Helens would be a money machine.
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
STAR CITY, Russia - The next paying traveler to the international space station wants to use his $35 million trip to highlight concerns about the world's water supply.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA), participated in the "Responsibilities and Opportunities in Architectural Preservation: Theory, Educ
SAUDI - A specialized team from the SCTA, in conjunction with King Abdul-Aziz Foundation, paid a visit to Baradors Hotels in Spain and Bosadas in Portugal to examine their experiments in preserving th