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Britain’s vibrant tourism industry has changed its name to the visitor economy.
During 2013, the visitor economy earned over £126 billion and employed more than three million people. 102 more words
= Apprentissages et communication transfrontières.
= Transboundary learnings and communication.
“CYBERacademy – like any other school – needs its students. And here we are – curious, smart kids from around the continents gathering in the future European Capital of Culture, Wroclaw. 181 more words
A former ‘European Capital of Culture’ (ECC 2013) and soon to be ‘European Capital of Sport’ (2016), Košice has metamorphasised from chrysalis to cultural butterfly. ECC 2013 left a lasting legacy and was a catalyst to propel Slovakia’s second largest city from industrial heartland to a creative cultural centre. 1,406 more words