Welcome to Blackpool, the first seaside resort in northwestern England, which for more than a century has welcomed the working class of the industrial revolution and paid holidays. Simulacrum of Las Vegas and Coney Island, Blackpool is now famous for its festivities, bachelorettes and bachelor parties of young girls and boys and of course easy debauchery at low prices. Highly prized destination at the beginning of the 20th century by the well-to-do English classes for the quality of its sea air and the tasting of sea water with supposed therapeutic virtues, it became until the 1970s, with the industrial revolution...
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