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Winners announced for World Tourism Day 2010 Photo Competition

The judges have made their choice for the 2010 World Tourism Day (WTD) Photo Competition on the theme “Tourism and Biodiversity." Of the more than 500 photos received, 5 photos were selected as those that best captured the close relationship between biodiversity and tourism.

The 2010 World Tourism Day Photo Competition has been a resounding success with over 500 photos entered from all around the world. Of these, the judges had the difficult task of selecting 1 overall winner and 4 runners up whose photos best reflected the theme “Tourism and Biodiversity."

The winning photos, alongside a selection of finalists, will be displayed as part of a photo exhibition along the streets of Guangzhou, China, the host city of the official WTD 2010 celebrations. The winning photos have also been published in the latest edition of the UNWTO News, a special World Tourism Day edition with a focus on tourism and biodiversity. 

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