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Xacobeo - first travel guide to Galicia in Chinese


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Cultural heritage Xacobeo year and the capital of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, are the main topics of the first tourist guide of Galicia in Chinese, which was filed today in Shanghai by the Minister of Tourism Galicia, Roberto Varela.
"The Chinese market is potentially one of the largest in the world," Varela told Efe, who traveled to China to celebrate the Week of Galicia in the Spanish pavilion of the Universal Exhibition held in Shanghai.
The Galician capital planned to participate in the Expo in Shanghai in the Urban Best Practices Area, where cities have their own flags for the first time in the history of these samples, as countries.
However, Santiago de Compostela resigned to take their place in the joint pavilion for 40 cities around the world because of the economic crisis, and to spend less, preferring to focus on promoting the Xacobeo.
"The year Xacobeo will not be repeated until 2021, and we could not miss the opportunity to be present at the Universal Exposition," said the counselor, "but mostly we could submit Galicia as a tourist destination, which is a region not sufficiently known in China. "
The main claim is "property, since we have an ancient culture, and also the landscape, as both in China and in Galicia there is a strong link between landscape and people," he said.
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