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Tourists view the Pudong Financial district skyline from the historic Bund in Shanghai. China has replaced Spain as the world's third most visited country, behind France and the United States, figures from the UN World Tourism Organisation showed recently. (MARK RALSTON/MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
Tourists view the Pudong Financial district skyline from the historic Bund in Shanghai. China has replaced Spain as the world's third most visited country, behind France and the United States, figures from the UN World Tourism Organisation showed recently. (MARK RALSTON/MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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