Cities in southern Uzbekistan to improve urban infrastructure and municipal services, with support from the World Bank

WASHINGTON, June 11, 2021 – Residents of cities located in the southern regions of Uzbekistan will benefit from improved urban infrastructure and municipal services, thanks to additional funding from the Integrated Urban Development of Medium-Sized Cities Project (MSCIUDP), approved today by the Board of Directors of the World Bank. The …

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Why Turkey’s Marmara Sea is full of marine glanders

FFor months, the surface waters of Turkey’s Sea of ​​Marmara were filled with a slimy substance colloquially known as “sea snot”. The cloudy mud, officially called marine mucilage, has clogged the nets of Turkish fishermen, suffocating marine life and generally disgusting tourists and coastal residents with its stickiness and stench. …

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The historic district of Mardin serving tourism

TUESDAY As part of new projects, the historic Dereiçi district of Mardin, considered one of the emblematic places of multicultural life in Turkey where many films and television series have been filmed, will be put at the service of tourism. The rural district, located 9 kilometers from the Savur district, …

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Arsonist destroyed Battle Creek abolition log

It happened on June 9, 1849. Erastus Hussey’s Michigan Freedom press office, an abolitionist newspaper, burned under suspicious circumstances, putting it out of the publishing business. Hussey and his wife, Sarah, were Quakers. They arrived in Battle Creek in 1838 and opened a general store. By 1840, they were conductors …

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Rivi archaeological site in preparation for sightseeing

TEHRAN – Local authorities have started to develop tourist infrastructure and amenities at the Rivi archaeological site in northwestern Iran. “Considering the importance and tourism potential of this historic site, we are trying to provide the necessary land to attract tourists and sustainable jobs to the historic Rivi site,” said …

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Tourists can now discover the story of a real event written by bestselling authors as they are guided through the best destinations around the world on the new BARDEUM mobile app

ANN ARBOR, Mich., June 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – With the new BARD mobile app from Museum EdutainmentEUTM: DO NOT SEE SITES ONLY; ENTER INTO THEIR STORIES, visitors can step beyond the boring, dry facts on tiny plaques in museums and historic sites and enter into educational and entertaining …

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What is the biggest obstacle in Turkey-Greece relations?

Foreign Minister Mevlüt ÇavusoÄŸlu paid an official visit to Greece last week. The visit was part of efforts to reduce tensions between the two neighboring countries. Turkey and Greece have experienced a tense summer of 2020, mainly due to disagreements in the Eastern Mediterranean. Particular attention was paid to ÇavuÅŸoÄŸlu’s …

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American Sealants, Inc. Expands International Service Offering for Animal Show Construction and Water Retention

GRAND JUNCTION, Col., June 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – American Sealants, Inc. (ASI) today announced that the company is immediately expanding its international service offering to include all countries with levels of safe international travel advice, as the department reported American State World dynamic mapping application. ASI has prepared …

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Turkey and Greece finally at a crossroads

The tide has turned. The storms and tsunamis seem to be over at least for now. The two neighbors, Turkey and Greece, have reached common ground for talks and cooperation. I think that is a reason to be optimistic about the tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean. The visit of Foreign …

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Global development of Covid-19: Fauci asks China to release medical records of Wuhan laboratory workers, UK regulator approves Pfizer jab for 12 to 15 year olds

NEW DELHI: The Covid pandemic has killed at least 3,704,003 people around the world since the virus first appeared in December 2019, according to a compilation of official AFP data. The United States is the most affected country with 596,434 deaths, followed by Brazil with 469,388, India with 340,702, Mexico …

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Dubai and Turkey remain on the red list

Tourism hot spots Dubai and Turkey both remained on the government’s red list after announcing the first overhaul of the travel traffic light system. After assessing the most recent data, the Department for Transport (DfT) has revealed its updated Green, Amber and Red Lists which govern the severity of restrictions …

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Turkey allows vaccinated tourists to skip tests

Share the article Last update 7 hours ago Entering Turkey has become much easier from June 1, 2021, as the Turkish government removes the need for PCR tests for those who can prove they are fully vaccinated. Essentially, any country can visit Turkey for non-essential travel and tourism, but as …

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Bulacan indoor sports and tourist attractions still not allowed to operate under extended GCQ – Manila Bulletin

Governor Daniel R. Fernando urged his constituents to work together to fight the COVID-19 pandemic after the Interagency Task Force (IATF) for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases extended the general community quarantine with increased restrictions in the National Capital Region Plus and other regions including Bulacan Province from June …

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Quarantine imposed on arrivals from 8 countries in Turkey

At the start of the summer tourist season, Turkey introduced new restrictions for passengers arriving from abroad in an attempt to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the new measure from official authorities, passengers departing from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka will …

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Cittaslow Gökçeada Island prepares to welcome visitors

ÇANAKKALE Gökçeada, the world’s first island of Cittaslow, in the western province of Çanakkale is preparing to welcome visitors this summer. Located in the far west of the country and formerly known as Imbros, the 279 square kilometer Gökçeada is also Turkey’s largest island. It has always been one of …

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Portsmouth City Council launches Portsmouth Champions to turn residents into guides to city attractions

The ‘Portsmouth Champions’ program, comprising a free online course with a certificate upon completion, aims to transform residents into Portsmouth experts, ready to impress any tourist wishing to explore the city’s sights. The program hopes to boost the city’s attractions when they reopen to visitors, with the Spinnaker Tower welcoming …

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A rainy and cool Memorial Day weekend

What happened to the summer temperatures we were enjoying the other day? As the long weekend approaches, much cooler air will filter through the area. This will bring temperatures well below average in the Hudson Valley for this time of year. And aside from a long sleeve, you’ll probably want …

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Fairview Cemetery Tour features burial sites of well-known ABQ surnames, people from 23 countries »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Model A Fords from the Poco Quatros Ford Club Model A, as well as Model T Fords from ABQ’s Tin Lizzies, will be on site. The vehicles reflect the years 1900 to …

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7 top-rated tourist attractions in Canada

Are you planning to explore a new place on your next vacation? What are some of your options and do you think they are worth it? We’ve compiled a list of some of the top destinations to consider in the world’s second largest country. Canadians are welcoming and the treatment …

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10 budget trips for fall 2021

Looking for inspiration between weekends in European capitals and romantic getaways in nature? Here are 10 beautiful inexpensive cities. The 10 budget trips to take in September, October and November. Autumn, with its colors and mild temperatures, is the perfect time to explore new destinations. And that’s also because, generally, …

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Visitors flock to central Luzon sights, sent home

Ramon Efren Lazaro (The Philippine Star) – May 25, 2021 – 00:00 MALOLOS, Philippines – Visitors to the Bulacan and Nueva Ecija ecotourism sites were sent home on Sunday by police and local authorities, following the minimum health protocol established by the Interagency Working Group for the Management of Emerging …

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Santa Cruz and the pursuit of happiness

Santa Cruz County has a problem. Some would say there isn’t enough affordable housing, due to Silicone Valley’s commuters, UC Santa Cruz’s growing student population, our slow-growing policies of the 1960s and 1970s, and preservation. historical. The housing crisis, however, is a national problem, and over-building places like Silicone Valley …

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13 best vegan shark tank deals of all time

For many vegan entrepreneurs, ABC’s hit reality TV show, Shark aquarium, has become more than just a source of entertainment – it is an important source of income. Thanks to vegan-friendly “Sharks” like billionaire investor Mark Cuban, deals on this show have been at the heart of these herbal efforts. …

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Visitİzmir available online

ISTANBUL A mobile tourism application, VisitÄ°zmir, covering 30 districts, 11 categories and 2300 locations in the western province of Ä°zmir, is now available to the public. The mayor of Ä°zmir and chairman of the Ä°zmir Foundation, Tunç Soyer, said that the objective of the application, realized with the objective “Another …

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8 must-see national landmarks in Arizona

One site pays homage to a distinct cactus species, others to unusual rock formations, and still others to the haunting ruins left by the first indigenous peoples: when it comes to the spectacular diversity of terrain and cultures, national monuments that dot the state of Arizona. definitely deliver. Overall, Arizona …

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