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(CNN) — A whopping great beast of an aircraft, the double-decker Airbus A380 — the biggest passenger airplane the world has ever known — is an incredible sight whether on land or in the air. Such gravity-defying proportions combined with the genuinely enjoyable experience of flying in one have won it legions of admirers since
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(CNN) — Hundreds of protective marks designed to ward off evil spirits have been found scratched into the walls of an English cave system. The significance of the signs, which had previously been written off as graffiti, was noted by eagle-eyed visitors to Creswell Crags in the East Midlands, central England. “These witches’ marks were
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The pause lasted about a 30 minutes, Zaigham said. He could not tell CNN where the drone originated from. Dubai’s International Airport is the third-busiest in the world measured by total volume of traffic, according to Airports Council International. It welcomed some 88 million passengers in 2017, trailing only Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Beijing
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Currently administered by Seoul, the Dokdo Islands are located in the the East Sea, according to South Korea. Japan, however, calls the islands Takeshima and refers to their surrounding waters as the Sea of Japan. For years, the couple were the tiny islands’ only permanent residents, although other people, such as policeman, lighthouse operators and
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The Great Blue Hole is the world’s largest sinkhole, measuring an incredible 300 meters (984 feet) across and roughly 125 meters (410 feet) deep. The team also included Fabien Cousteau, grandson of underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau — who put the Blue Hole on the map back in 1971. The group embarked on their odyssey in
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Editor’s Note — CNN Travel’s series often carry sponsorship originating from the countries and regions we profile. However, CNN retains full editorial control over all of its reports. Read the policy. (CNN) — Let’s face the facts. Japan is a popular place. With close to 30 million international travelers heading there in 2018, tourists visiting
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(CNN) — Growing up in 1950s New Jersey, William Miller loved watching the great ocean liners coming and going from New York Harbor. “I thought to myself, ‘What would it be like to be on one of them?’ looking back at New York, in the other direction,” he says. In 1961, Miller accompanied his grandmother
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