Street entertainers perform on the Royal Mile on the final day of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. JEFF J MITCHELL/AFP
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With venues ranging from a 16th-century courtyard house to a converted church, Edinburgh's annual Fringe Festival has unveiled its 2014 programme with productions from 47 countries around the world.A record 3,193 shows -- an 11-percent increase over 2013 -- and nearly 51,000 performances cement the Fringe's position as the biggest annual arts festival in the world, officials said on Thursday.Edinburgh annually doubles in size to around one million people with the Fringe, the Edinburgh International Festival of the Arts from August 8-31, the Edinburgh Book Festival from August 9-25 and the Royal Military Tattoo from August 1 to 23 .
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