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center of attraction

A person, place, or thing that attracts the most attention among others. There were many movie stars at the premiere, but the leading lady was the center of attraction. Temple Bar is definitely the center of attraction in Dublin.
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Brats restaurant and bar formerly occupied over half the space featuring a dramatic cathedral ceiling with a magnificent atrium view as the center of attraction.
Turkey is a center of attraction for its great economic development," Masimov said.
The center of attraction at the Hansen Dam Recreation Area is an artificial 9-acre boating and fishing lake, and a 1.
The report said that there has been a great development in the private health services in the recent years, stating that Turkey has become a center of attraction in the health tourism area with its health facilities, qualified labor force and technological infrastructure.
Another center of attraction was the ``Pool of Time'' - a birdbath-like sculpture of mosaic tiles in hues of cobalt blue and turquoise.
Tatar said Turkish shopping mall investor Turkmall would construct a shopping mall in TRNC, which would be named "Forum Cyprus, adding that TRNC could draw international capital via Turkey, and make TRNC a center of attraction.
Flown here from Mexico City by United Parcel Service, Keiko had been the center of attraction at aquariums in Iceland and in Ontario, and at an amusement park in Mexico City, but this black-and-white orca paid the price.
Firat said he would start selling Efes in five different venues in the Ring street which is the center of attraction in Cologne.
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