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Topic - Natlia Gritsay
Last month's terrifying meteor strike in Russia that injured hundreds could turn into a cash cow. Russian authorities are reportedly considering making parts of the land where the meteor hit into a tourist attraction — a "meteor Disneyland," Skye reports.
"Space sent us a gift, and we need to make use of it," said Natlia Gritsay, a tourism official, in a Globe and Mail report. "We need our own Eiffel Tower or Statue of Liberty."