IN PICS: ATM Day Two

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Arabian Travel Market (ATM) entered its second day on Wednesday in Dubai. Exhibitors at the region's largest tourism trade expo were doing everything they could to attracted people's attention, like these models in traditional dress on the Sri Lanka stand. (ITP Images)
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Hungry visitors were able to grab stacks like these special sweet dates as they made their way around ATM. (ITP Images)
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Abu Dhabi had a strong presence at ATM. The UAE capital plans to attract 2.4 million tourists by 2012. (ITP Images)
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The Blues Brothers perform on the Dubailand stand to promote Universal Studios Dubailand, one of several theme parks being built in the mega tourism development. (ITP Images)
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Emirates' cabin crew were out in force on the airline's stand. Emirates said on Tuesday it faced further delays to the delivery of its A380 superjumbos. (ITP Images)
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Etihad Airways shows of one of Ferrari's F1 cars on its stand. The Abu Dhabi airline is one of the motor racing giant's official sponsors. (ITP Images)
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Visitors were able to take a brake from the hustle and bustle of ATM to sit down and get a henna tattoo at the Net Group stand. (ITP Images)
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Masseurs offered a change for visitors to get a taste of Qatar National Hotel hospitality. (ITP Images)
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There were also artists on hand at ATM to draw caricatures of visitors to the expo. (ITP Images)
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Unique clay pottery was on show at the Tunisia stand. (ITP Images)
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Visitors wander around a model of the Burj Dubai, the world's tallest structure. (ITP images)
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Emirates make their presence felt at ATM.
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