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How Louvre had 10 million online visitors in two months
The Louvre reopens its doors on July 6 for the first time since France went into lockdown in March and it is celebrating the fact that it has still had 10 million visitors while it’s been closed.
Caribbean tourism struggles as visitors stay home
Seagulls are the only ones using the pool at a resort which fringes one of Antigua's most popular beaches.
Renovated Hiroshima A-bomb museum reeled in record 1.76 million visitors in 2019
A record 1.76 million people visited the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in fiscal 2019, which ended in March, after a renovation put extra photos and more of the A-bomb victims’ belongings on display.
More visitors to England’s countryside — good or bad for farming?
The vital role of English farmers in shaping the nation’s protected landscapes must be recognized as new policies are drawn up for the countryside, industry leaders say.
Louvre’s record numbers fall as museum tries to limit visitors
The hordes flocking to the Louvre in Paris fell to 9.6 million in 2019 as the museum tried to limit overcrowding, its director said.
Iran complains to Russia over mistreatment of Iranian visitors
Iranian Embassy in Moscow complained to the Russian government over the “unacceptable” mistreatment of a number of Iranian visitors at Russian airports.
NASA opening space station to visitors
You’ve heard about the International Space Station (ISS) for years. Want to visit?
Museum creates deepfake Salvador Dalí to greet visitors
The Dalí Museum in St Petersburg, Florida has used a controversial artificial intelligence technique to “bring the master of surrealism back to life.”
More Iranians interested in visiting museums
The number of people visiting Iranian museums will witness a 10 percent rise until the end of Iranian calendar year (March 21, 2019) and will reach almost 24 million, compared to the last year’s figure which stood at 21 million, Mohammad-Reza Kargar, Director General of the Museums and Mobile Historical Assets said.
British prison praised for installing photo-booth for inmates, visitors
A prison in England was praised by inspectors for installing a photo-booth so inmates can take pictures with family members, amid evidence that bolstering personal relationships can reduce the likelihood of reoffending.
Maymand takes visitors back to the past
Maymand is a very ancient village which is located near Shahr-e Babak city in Kerman Province.
Louvre in Tehran wraps up after months of visiting boom
The momentous exhibition ‘The Louvre in Tehran’ wrapped up at the National Museum of Iran with welcoming over 250,000 nationwide visitors since the opening date on March 5.
Algae bloom paints Turkey's Lake Tuz red, offers unique view to visitors
The stunning changes in color in Turkey's Salt Lake are attracting visitors both human and feathered to central Anatolia, according to a local official.
Influx of visitors to Seljuk Yakutiye Madrasah
Yakutiye Madrasah, which is placed among the most unique examples of Seljuk architecture and symbols of the Erzurum region, has recently became a popular haunt for local and foreign tourists.

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