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Alaska Native Heritage Center

Native history is always interesting to anyone, whether they are scholars or tourists, adults or children. The Alaska Native Heritage Center is a famous cultural center and museum located in ..
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Warehouse District

The Minneapolis Warehouse District is perhaps the best place to get away to in the summer and cool your mind, body and spirit. The place is full of cool clubs with really good music. It's a good ..
(August 19, 2008)
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Navy Pier

Built in 1916 as part of the city development plan, the Navy Pier is a mixed-purpose public infrastructure. Primarily used for cargo facilities, the pier also provided docking space for steamers used .
(August 21, 2008)
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One M&T Plaza

Many talk extensively about New York and how it has evolved to be the most commercialized metropolis in the United States. The State of New York includes Buffalo, the silent sibling who has ..
(August 21, 2008)
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Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is a royal palace and one of the principal residences of the British sovereign. Queen Elizabeth and her family spend some weekends here. Her Majesty uses it for state and private ..
(August 21, 2008)
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An Omniscience Center About Taranaki

Being an out standing knowledge center in the heart of New Plymouth from 2003, “Puke Ariki" is a combination of a library and a museum providing solid information covering all the aspects of ..
(August 12, 2008)
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The Refuge For Rare New Zealand Wild Life

Located in the Northland Region occupying 25 square kilo meters and neighboring the forests of Mataraua and Waima, the “Waipoua Forest" is home for most preserved kauri trees remaining in the ..
(August 12, 2008)
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Singapore Zoo - Committed to Wild Life Preservation

Commonly known as Mandai Zoo, “Singapore Zoo" was opened on the 23rd of June in 1973 with an initial investment of 9 million Singapore dollars. It is being preserved by Wildlife Reserves ..
(August 12, 2008)
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Where Beauty and Color Just Flutters By

Located just a few minutes away from the stretch of hotels and resorts in Batu Ferringhi the Penang Butterfly Farm is the first of its kind in the world. First established in the year 1986 the farm ..
(June 19, 2008)
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Sailing Through New Zealands Fjord Land

Milford Sound is a fjord located in the south western corner of New Zealand's South Island. The area has been voted as the most popular travel destination and celebrated author Rudyard Kipling once ..
(June 19, 2008)
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Eiffel Tower Pariss Most Loved Landmark

Named after the engineer and architect of the tower, Gustav Eiffel the Eiffel Tower is one of the most recognized landmarks in the world. In testament to its ever growing popularity and its allure as .
(June 19, 2008)
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The Other Side of Christchurch

Known as the Garden city of New Zealand- Christchurch is a city that offers a delicate balance between history and contemporary culture. This contrast is evident when the old English architecture of ..
(June 19, 2008)
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A Historic Religious Institution

The Reading Abbey is a large Abbey that was built by the King of England Henry the First during the 12th century. It is said that the abbey was constructed to “for the salvation of my soul, and .
(June 22, 2008)
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The Ming Tombs A World Heritage Site

A couple hours towards the northwest of Beijing City lies the mausoleums of thirteen Ming dynasty Emperors. Referred to as the Ming Tombs these historical structures have been flawlessly preserved ..
(June 23, 2008)
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Hollywood Walk of Fame The Stars of Stars

Built in the year 1958, the Hollywood Walk of Fame has now become one of the most iconic landmarks of the city of Los Angeles. Originally planned as a series of 2,500 stars that would honor ..
(June 23, 2008)
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A Green Oasis in London

The expansive three hundred acres of botanical beauty at London's Kensington or the Kew Gardens are traditional tourist draws in the London. If one wonders why the Botanical gardens are referred to ..
(June 22, 2008)
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Angel Underground Linking to Important London Attractions

The Angel Underground is a London tube station located at Angel Islington on the Bank branch of the northern line of the London Underground between Old Street and King's Cross, St. Pancras stations. ..
(June 25, 2008)
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A Fine Exponent of British Architecture

The State Houses of Parliament in Melbourne is where Victoria State's legislative council is based. This historic building has housed the state parliament continuously since the middle of the 19th ..
(June 25, 2008)
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Bugis Street Experiencing a Different Side of Singapore

Bugis Street is one of Singapore's most colorful areas; following a major government initiative during the 1980's to clean up the area raunchy image it has been transformed in to an exciting shopping .
(June 25, 2008)
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Darling Harbour is Sydneys Best Entertainment District

Darling Harbor in New South Wales Australia is one of the region's most loved leisure spots. The 1.3 million tourists that come here annually would testify to the fact that there is very little to be .
(June 25, 2008)
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The Home of Our Common Ancestor

Zhoukoudian located roughly 40 kilometers southwest of the city of Beijing. Scientific work at the site is still underway and so far the excavation site has produced skeletal remains of Sinanthropus ..
(June 30, 2008)
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A Blur of Neon Lights and Bustling Streets

Times Square is perhaps the most recognizable landmark in New York; over the years it has become a symbol of America for foreign tourists and has been telecast all over the world on New Year's Day. ..
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The Italian Connection of Kensington

The Italian Fountains in Kensington are perhaps the most beautiful monuments to be constructed in a London Park. What is particularly appealing about these fountains is that they do not over impose ..
(June 30, 2008)
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The Temple of the Jade Buddha

The Temple of the Jade Buddha is located in a modern and busy area of Shanghai. The location itself creates a contrast; China's most venerated and historic Buddha statue is housed in a backdrop of ..
(June 30, 2008)
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The Vibrant Downtown Area of Boston

Boston's Downtown area is the nexus of the city, it contains the financial and administrative heart of the city; it also encompasses the recreational areas of Boston Common and the Public Garden. ..
(July 07, 2008)
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