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Paris goes by many nicknames, including the City of Light, adopted after Paris became the first city to incorporate a network of streetlights in Europe. Paris is also the City of Love, and many couples flock to its streets to enjoy the city's unmistakable romantic atmosphere. Paris is also famous...
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20 Taiwan Landmarks

When the Portuguese first landed on Taiwan in 1590, they named it 'Ilha Formosa' (beautiful island') and were not wrong. Taiwan is, despite its size, an incredibly beautiful and naturally rich country. Most of Taiwan's population lives along its sprawling coastline, while the centre of the country is filled...
famous utah landmarks delicate arch
One of the stunning states to explore in the USA that's packed full of natural landmarks is Utah. From towering sandstone spires to thousands of naturally eroded arches to desolate salt flats that resembles a moonscape, Utah is the perfect destination for nature lovers.Utah is a state with impressive...
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23 Los Angeles Landmarks

Known the world over for its showbiz heritage, the city of stars is one of America's most popular tourism destinations. LA has more than 10 million residents making it a bustling mecca of culture from museums, restaurants, shows and bars. The cities diversity comes from its residents. LA natives...
washington state landmarks snoqualmie falls
Washington is the only US state named in honour of a president and the 42nd state to be welcomed into the Union. Lewis and Clark explored the state in 1805, and the first settlement was in Tumwater, formerly known as New Market, settled in 1846. The state's location on...
important landmarks north carolina metalmorphosis statue charlotte
From the sea to the mountains, from natural wonders to historic monuments, there are many landmarks in North Carolina to discover. The state in the USA's southeast is the 28th largest and 9th-largest population. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee, with many natural features...

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