Posts Tagged “tourism”

Operation Carnation Exhibit

By | March 12, 2019

50 years met the overflow of the Brook Tamarguillo in Seville and the Carnation operation, reason enough for this exhibition, which has been held in the space Santa Clara, to become one of the most visited of the city, with more than two thousand hits since it opened its doors on December 19.Operation Carnation exhibition […]

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Ensures Resources

By | March 15, 2018

We must assume that the bankruptcy law 22/2003 of 9 July, by logic must be obliged and more practical than the archaic resources, and trust that we can improve it precisely with its use. It must not give the legislator and again to pressure from financial institutions, which argue repeatedly that the alleged insecurity that […]

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Industrial Revolution

By | October 6, 2014

Tourism, as it is known, are the activities that people do when they travel and reside temporarily in places other than their usual environment. This practice was born as such in the 19th century, as a result of the Industrial Revolution. At that time, travel was displacement motivated by rest, business, family relationships, health and […]

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