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The Life-Sized City


Spain's second-largest city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, with around 30 million tourists visiting Barcelona each year. Given the city's small population of roughly 1.5 million citizens, however, the impact of tourism is significant and not all positive. Barcelona's rise in popularity has compelled locals to find solutions to reclaim their city and make it more livable.

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When Hurricane Katrina ravaged the United States' Gulf Region in 2005, New Orleans itself lost nearly half of its population. Fifteen years later, the recovery is ongoing and has taken the form of mass tourism that is pushing out locals.
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Once considered the Paris of the Middle East, the ancient city of Beirut has survived a brutal civil war, ongoing conflicts with Israel, political assassinations, and endless bombings.
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