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Los Alamos has a lot to offer visitors — spectacular views, a unique history and small town charm. The challenge it faces is spreading the word about the community’s assets. Luckily, it is getting some assistance from National Geographic.
National Geographic created a Web site that focuses on geotourism, which it defines as tourism that enhances or sustains the geographic character of a place. This can include the environment, culture, aesthetics, heritage and well-being of residents, the Web site reports. One of the regions featured on the Web site is the Four Corners area including Los Alamos.
The site features a map that spotlights different interests a visitor could experience if they visited the community such as the historic district and Ashley Pond.
Kevin Holsapple, executive director of Los Alamos Commerce Development Corporation, said people are invited to visit the Web site, which is www.fourcornersgeotourism.com, and nominate different attractions they feel should be promoted on the site.
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