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the Louvre museum received in 2006 about 7.3 million tourists, 50% driven by the film

The Da Vinci Code

The House of Spirits brought to Cape Espichel actors like

Jeremy Irons, Meryl Streep or Glenn Close

Britain currently receive 130 million visitors that visit some of the local filming of

Harry Potter

Sesimbra\'s coastline, Arrábida and Cape Espichel were sets for

Hornblower

...and the sea so

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Alison Womack

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Born in Glasgow, Scotland, and after many moves around Scotland, England, Greece and Egypt, attended a boarding school for army officers daughters in Bath, England.

Trained as a radiographer, working for the NHS with a particular interest in equipment and vascular studies. Becoming a manger for radiology services, I studied for an MBA with the Open University. Retired in 2007 and immediately moved to Amorgos, buying and renovating an old village house. Living here has given me a better understanding of tourism and the effects on ecology and infrastructures.

Assist with some projects on the island – cleaning paths, beaches etc.

I have been involved with Yperia since coming to Amorgos and very much enjoy meeting the delegates from such varied countries and walks of life. In 2013 presented a paper - Ecology and Sustainable Development. Their place in Tourism Attended the Polish Tour Film Festival in Warsaw in 2012, presenting a short paper about the impact of the film The Big Blue.