Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Now A Tourist Attraction

According to reports in the Wall Street Journal, the Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Now A Tourist Attraction.

The seaside town of Giglio Island on the Northwestern coast of Italy has seen a large increase in tourists over the summer of 2012. Many tourists are there simply to see the cruise ship Costa Concordia as it sits half submerged in the waters around the island.

Of the roughly 4,000 passengers aboard when the cruise ship capsized, 32 perished.

Lawsuits abound, with passengers and family spread throughout the world still seeking resolution seven months after the accident occurred.

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