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Argentine football star Lionel Messi and bride Antonella Roccuzzo pose for photographers just after their wedding at the City Centre Complex in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentine football star Lionel Messi and bride Antonella Roccuzzo pose for photographers just after their wedding at the City Centre Complex in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentine football star Lionel Messi and bride Antonella Roccuzzo pose for photographers just after their wedding at the City Centre Complex in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentine football star Lionel Messi and bride Antonella Roccuzzo pose for photographers just after their wedding at the City Centre Complex in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentine football star Lionel Messi and bride Antonella Roccuzzo pose for photographers just after their wedding at the City Centre Complex in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentine football star Lionel Messi gives his thumb up just after his wedding at the City Centre Complex in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Uruguayan football player Luis Suarez and his wife Sofia Balbi pose on a red carpet during Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Uruguayan football player Luis Suarez and his wife Sofia Balbi pose on a red carpet during Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Barcelona's football player Jordi Alba and his wife pose on a red carpet during Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Barcelona's football player Jordi Alba and his wife pose on a red carpet during Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Barcelona's football player Jordi Alba and his wife pose on a red carpet during Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Barcelona's football player Sergio Busquets and his wife pose on a red carpet during Argentine football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Barcelona's football player Sergio Busquets and his wife pose on a red carpet during Argentine football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentina's football players Javier Mascherano (R), Sergio Romero (2-R), Lucas Biglia (3-R) and their wifes pose on a red carpet during Argentine football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo's wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Barcelona's football player Javier Mascherano (L) poses with other guests on a red carpet during Argentine football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo's wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Manchester's United goalkeeper Sergio Romero poses with his wife on a red carpet during Argentine football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo's wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Paris Saint Germain's footballer Argentine Angel di Maria poses with his wife on a red carpet during Argentine football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo's wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Paris Saint Germain's footballer Angel di Maria (R), Boca Juniors' footballer Fernando Gago (C) and Sevilla's footballer Ever Banegas pose with their wives during Argentine football star Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo's wedding in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentine football star Lionel Messi's parents Jorge Horacio Messi (C) and Celia Maria Cuccittini and his sister Maria Sol Messi pose after Messi's wedding with Antonella Roccuzzo, at the City Centre Complex in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 30, 2017. Footballers and celebrities including pop singer Shakira gathered Friday for the "wedding of the century" in Lionel Messi's Argentine hometown as the Barcelona superstar prepared to marry his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Security staff wait for the arrival of guests for the wedding of Argentine football star Lionel Messi, at Rosario's airport, Santa Fe Province, Argentina on June 29, 2017. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH
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Security staff and journalists wait for the arrival of guests for the wedding of Argentine football star Lionel Messi, at Rosario's airport, Santa Fe Province, Argentina on June 29, 2017. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH
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Security staff wait for the arrival of guests for the wedding of Argentine football star Lionel Messi, at Rosario's airport, Santa Fe Province, Argentina on June 29, 2017. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH
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Journalists wait for the arrival of guests for the wedding of Argentine football star Lionel Messi, player of Spanish team Barcelona, at Rosario's airport, Santa Fe Province, Argentina on June 29, 2017. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH
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Uruguayan Luis Suarez (2-R), footballer of Spanish team Barcelona, and his wife Sofia Balbi (R) arrive at Rosario's airport, Santa Fe Province, Argentina on June 29, 2017 to attend the wedding of Argentine football star and player of Spanish Barcelona, Lionel Messi, on Friday. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH
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Uruguayan Luis Suarez (C), footballer of Spanish team Barcelona, and his wife Sofia Balbi (R) arrive at Rosario's airport, Santa Fe Province, Argentina on June 29, 2017 to attend the wedding of Argentine football star and player of Spanish Barcelona, Lionel Messi, on Friday. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH
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Uruguayan Luis Suarez (C), footballer of Spanish team Barcelona, arrives with his family at Rosario's airport, Santa Fe Province, Argentina on June 29, 2017 to attend the wedding of Argentine football star and player of Spanish Barcelona, Lionel Messi, on Friday. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH
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Uruguayan Luis Suarez (C), footballer of Spanish team Barcelona, arrives with his family at Rosario's airport, Santa Fe Province, Argentina on June 29, 2017 to attend the wedding of Argentine football star and player of Spanish Barcelona, Lionel Messi, on Friday. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH
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Uruguayan Luis Suarez (L), footballer of Spanish team Barcelona, and his wife Sofia Balbi arrive at Rosario's airport, Santa Fe Province, Argentina on June 29, 2017 to attend the wedding of Argentine football star and player of Spanish Barcelona, Lionel Messi, on Friday. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH
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Artist Lisandro Urteaga paints a mural of Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi at the footballer's birthplace in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 29, 2017. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Artist Lisandro Urteaga paints a mural of Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi at the footballer's birthplace in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 29, 2017. Football and showbiz stars started gathering in Rosario for Latin America's celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo on June 30. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A worker plants bushes on June 28, 2017 in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Workers plant bushes on June 28, 2017 in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A worker carries a street sign on June 28, 2017 in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Police officers patrol the area of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Police officers patrol the area of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A man cleans a windshield in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Men ride a horse-drawn cart in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A street worker is asked to board a patrol in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A street worker (L) is asked to board a patrol in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A worker does maintenance to traffic lights in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Workers do maintenance to traffic lights in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A worker does maintenance to traffic lights in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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An artist paints a mural of Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A man cleans a windshield in front of the venue, where Barcelona's football star Lionel Messi of Argentina and Antonella Roccuzzo will get married on June 30 in Rosario, Santa Fe province, Argentina on June 28, 2017. Less than two days before the wedding of the year between Lionel Messi and Antonela Roccuzzo, the city of Rosario was shielded with 300 security agents destined for a mega operation, which includes the temporary removal of mobile workers around the Casino where the party will take place. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentine Batman, powers his 'Batmobile' and heads to the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Argentine Batman, arrives at the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Argentine Batman, prays in a chapel at the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Sister Adriana (L) helps Argentine Batman with his cape at the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Argentine Batman takes the elevator at the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Argentine Batman cheers up hospitalized children at the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Pablo Valdez (L), 7, who is hospitalized with an infection that prevents him fom walking, is cheered up by Argentine Batman at the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Argentine Batman cheers up hospitalized children at the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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This picture taken through a window, shows Florencia Aguero (L), a cystic fibrosis patient, playing with Argentine Batman at the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Argentine Batman greets a boy as he leaves the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Argentine Batman leaves the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Argentine Batman poses for a picture at the 'Sor Maria Ludovica' children's Hospital in La Plata, 60 kilometres south of Buenos Aires, on June 2, 2017. The Argentine Batman has made La Plata children's hospital a target of laughter and treats against pain. / AFP PHOTO / Eitan ABRAMOVICH / TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PAULA BUSTAMANTE MORE PICTURES IN AFPFORUM
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Argentina's Lionel Messi celebrates after scoring against Chile during their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier football match at the Monumental stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on March 23, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Chelsea's Russian owner Roman Abramovich takes his place to watch the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in London on February 4, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Ian KINGTON / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or 'live' services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. /
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Chelsea's Russian owner Roman Abramovich (L) and Chelsea's Ivorian former footballer Didier Drogba (R) take their placea to watch the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in London on February 4, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Ian KINGTON / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or 'live' services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. /
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A demonstrator steps on a burning US flag during a protest of leftist organizations against US President Donald Trump outside the US embassy in Buenos Aires on January 20, 2017. Billionaire outsider Donald Trump was sworn in on Friday as the 45th president of the United States and announced that he will shield the country's borders against immigrants and protect it from the "ravages" of free trade. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Peugeot's French driver Stephane Peterhansel (R) and co-driver Jean Paul Cottret celebrate their victory on the podium of the 2017 Rally Dakar in Buenos Aires, Argentina on January 14, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Kamaz team members celebrate on the podium their first place on the 2017 Dakar Rally Truck category, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on January 14, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Diego Licio from Uruguay celebrates on the podium of the 2017 Rally Dakar in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on January 14, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Iveco team members celebrate on the podium their third place in the 2017 Dakar Rally Truck category, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on January 14, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, serves the ball during a tennis match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, rests during a tennis match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, smiles as she takes a rest during a match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, gestures during a tennis match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, prepares to serve during a tennis match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, streatches to hit the ball during a match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, is congratulated by two of her 37 grandchildren after winning a tennis match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, gestures during a tennis match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, picks the ball up during a tennis match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Senior tennis player Ana Obarrio, 83, hits the ball during a tennis match in Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, on December 12, 2016 In her 60s, after her husband's death, Obarrio started competing seriously again. She just won the Argentinian Master Cup in her category and yearns to win the world title in 2017. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Chelsea's Russian owner Roman Abramovich (L) smiles as he awaits kick-off in the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge in London on December 11, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Adrian DENNIS / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or 'live' services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. /
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Argentina's Lionel Messi warms up before their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier football match against Colombia in San Juan, Argentina, on November 15, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentina's Lionel Messi (R) celebrates with teammates after scoring against Colombia during their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier football match in San Juan, Argentina, on November 15, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Players of Argentina pose for pictures before the start of their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier football match against Colombia in San Juan, Argentina, on November 15, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentina's Lionel Messi (L) is marked by Colombia's Daniel Torres during their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier football match in San Juan, Argentina, on November 15, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Brazil's Chapecoense forward Bruno Rangel (L) vies for the ball with Argentina's San Lorenzo midfielder Franco Mussis, during their Copa Sudamericana semifinal first leg football match at Pedro Bidegain stadium in Buenos Aires on November 2, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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(FILES) This file photo taken on October 19, 2016 shows women taking part in a march in Buenos Aires -where protesters held a one-hour "women's strike"- on October 19, 2016, to protest against violence against women and in solidarity for the brutal killing of a 16-year-old girl in Mar del Plata. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Russia's player Sergei Abramovich (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring against Vietnam during the Colombia 2016 FIFA Futsal World Cup, in Medellin, Antioquia department, Colombia, on September 20, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / RAUL ARBOLEDA
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(FILES) This file photo taken on September 13, 2016 shows Coca Cola Company Chairman and Ceo Muhtar Kent during the Argentina Business and Investment Forum in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Coca-Cola announced on December 9, 2016 that chief executive Muhtar Kent will step down next year as the beverage giant confronts a tougher demand environment for soda.James Quincey, Coca-Cola president and chief operating officer, will step into the top job in May, the company said. Kent will stay on as chairman. Quincey's background includes extensive experience in Latin America and Northwest Europe. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Dasha Zhukova wife of Roman Abramovich arrives at the Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2016-2017 show as part of Paris Fashion Week ON July 4, 2016 in Paris, France//VULAURENT_L_062302
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Dasha Zhukova wife of Roman Abramovich arrives at the Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2016-2017 show as part of Paris Fashion Week ON July 4, 2016 in Paris, France//VULAURENT_L_062303
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Colombia's Deportivo Cali players keep a minute of silence for the victims of the earthquake in Ecuador, before the start of their Copa Libertadores group 3 football match against Argentina's Boca Juniors at "Bombonera" stadium in Buenos Aires, on April 20, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A tourist runs to jump into the hot springs of the crater lake of of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists to bath in the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A tourist bathes in the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists bath into the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists bath into the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists cruise the western Antarctic peninsula on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Guides wait for tourists to cruise the western Antarctic peninsula on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists enjoy the hot springs of the crater lake of Deception Island, Antarctica, on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Guides wait for tourists to board thier rubber dinghies to cruise the western Antarctic peninsula on March 05, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Guides wait for tourists to board thier rubber dinghies to cruise the western Antarctic peninsula on March 05, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourist aboard zodiacs make their way to the oceanographic acoustic research vessel Akademik Ioffe in the western Antarctic peninsula on March 05, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists cruise the western Antarctic peninsula on March 05, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists cruise the western Antarctic peninsula on March 03, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists board rubber dinghies to cruise the western Antarctic peninsula on March 05, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Tourists struggle to climb up a hill in Orne Harbour, Antarctic, on March 05, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A Gentoo pinguin bites a gopro camera in Orne Harbour, Antarctic, on March 05, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A guide speaks on his radio while cruising the western Antarctic peninsula on March 06, 2016. The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A boat sails in the western Antarctic peninsula on March 03, 2016.The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A boat sails in the western Antarctic peninsula on March 03, 2016.The Antarctic tourism industry is generally considered to have begun in the late 1950s when Chile and Argentina took more than 500 fare-paying passengers to the South Shetland Islands aboard a naval transportation ship. The concept of 'expedition cruising,' coupled with education as a major theme, began when Lars-Eric Lindblad led the first traveler's expedition to Antarctica in 1966. Prior to this, human activity in Antarctica was limited to the early explorers, those seeking fortune in the exploitation of seals and whales, and more recently to scientific research and exploration. Antarctica's physical isolation, extreme climate and remarkable wilderness values are a great part of its attraction for tourism. AFP PHOTO/EITAN ABRAMOVICH

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