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Khasab

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Punta del Diablo

a few hundred residents to upwards of twenty thousand vacationers, consisting of mainly Argentinians, Brazilians and Uruguayans. Although the peak season is defined by a primarily regional crowd, Punta del Diablo has established the Uruguayan coast as a destination for a growing number of foreign travelers throughout the year. Punta del Diablo has a bohemian feel, you'll see more white people with dreadlocks per capita here than anywhere else in South America. One person described


Duncan, British Columbia

: www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com index.cfm?PgNm TCE&Params A1ARTA0007314 "Jack Leonard Shadbolt," ''The Canadian Encyclopedia'' Vancouver Island Vancouver Island, though not as well-known for mountain biking as the North Shore, boasts a growing number of trails. They are located near the communities of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia), Sooke (Sooke, British Columbia), Duncan (Duncan, British Columbia), Nanaimo, Port Alberni, the Comox Valley


Dodoma

. There are also a rapidly growing number of smaller hotels, so shopping around is becoming increasingly possible. *


French protectorate of Tunisia

Europe. The financial world was dominated by Tunisian Jews, while a growing number of Europeans, almost exclusively Italians and Maltese, settled in Tunisia. In 1870, there were 15 000 of them. The economic situation of Tunisian townsmen may accordingly have been under pressure, but it was flourishing in comparison with that of the ''fellahin'', the peasants who laboured under a whole series of taxes and requisitions. In the disastrous


Urban water management in Bogotá, Colombia

military headquarters , which represent another major component of the city's economy. And finally, a large and flourishing flower export trade is located in Bogotá. Employment trends in Bogotá indicate that rates of unemployment have fallen while a growing number of citizens are looking for work. This paradox can largely be explained by ongoing urbanization into Bogotá, therefore poverty remains a substantial problem. Jobs have been created in some sectors


Granada, Nicaragua

, is populated primarily by a Spanish-speaking majority of Mestizos. Residing here also are people from the United States, Canada, Spain, Germany, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands, and France. Currently, Nicaragua is experiencing a booming tourist economy. This, in turn, draws foreigners seeking colonial homes for purchase, adding a growing number of Europeans and Americans to the population of Granada. Real estate prices here were initially comparatively low, but have


Little Havana

was started by first time probably in the coastal towns of Connecticut and New York. Thus, the Colombians comunities had a great growht in places as Stamford, Connecticut, Bergenline (Bergenline Avenue) and Englewood (Englewood, New Jersey), New Jersey, Jacksonville, Florida (that attracted a growing number of people from Miami), and Skokie, Evanston (Evanston, Illinois), Arlington Heights (Arlington Heights, Illinois) and Park Ridge, Illinois Park Ridge


Gagra

there and constructed a number of other buildings in an eclectic variety of styles from around Europe. A park was laid out with tropical trees and even parrots and monkeys imported to give it an exotic feel. Despite the expensive work, the resort was not initially a success, although it did later attract a growing number of foreign tourists visiting on cruises of the Black Sea. Gagra under the Soviet Union In the Russian Revolution of 1905, a local uprising produced a revolutionary


San Juan del Sur

who immigrated from Palestinian territories and Lebanon, in addition to a growing number of indigenous converts. Edwin Sánchez, ''Primer Imán de Nicaragua''. ''El Nuevo Diario''. Domingo 14 de Marzo de 2004 In 1999, the first ''masjid'' (mosque) was constructed in the country on a parcel of land measuring three thousand meters in the San Juan del Sur San Juan


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