A tourist, left, grimaces as a street entertainer places her doves on him for his friend to photograph, in Madrid, Spain, Friday, Jan. 2, 2015. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
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Spain received a record 65 million visits from foreign tourists in 2014, nearly a quarter of them British, the government said Thursday in a fresh boost for the country's recovering economy.The overall number of visits by foreign tourists to Spain was the highest on record and rose by 4.3 million, or more than 7 percent compared with 2013, the Tourism Ministry said.Just over 15 million of the international tourist arrivals in Spain recorded last year were from Britain – about 23 percent – according to the ministry's annual figures.The government estimates that Spain's economy grew 1.4 percent last year.
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