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January 20, 2018
1. Chios Wonderful Chios is area of the Northeastern Aegean Islands and is a great area for culture vultures to stay. Separated from Turkey by a narrow stretch of water, it offers some good sightseeing opportunities. Chief amongst these is Nea Moni, an 11th century monastery present in the centre of the island as possible visit....
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1. Bay of Kotor, Montenegro Housed in the Balkan country of Montenegro is this lovely bay. Known by locals as Boka, the crystal-clear waters and stunning views will give you speechless. Top Most Exotic Holiday Locations in the World. With grand mountains surrounding it on each side, the Bay of Kotor is a superb place for...
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1. New York City It may not be for everyone, but there’s no denying that New Year’s Eve in New York City has an atmosphere that few other cities can rival. Most famous, needless to say, is the annual gathering of a million people in Times Square to see famous musicians and the ball drop, in...
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1. It’s a technology hub. Though it could be ancient, Jerusalem is at the forefront of modern technology. Top Things you didn’t know about Jerusalem. Recently ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine among tech-savvy cities like Stockholm, Santa Monica and Buenos Aires, Jerusalem is catching up to its neighboring metropolis of Tel Aviv. The city’s universities are prolific...
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1. Namibia Namibia can be found in Southern Africa. With a per capita GDP of $11,800, it’s the tenth richest country in Africa. Mining, agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism all play large parts in the country’s economy. The united states is sparsely populated, with a population of around 2 million. However, cost of residing in Namibia remains...
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1. United States (Estimated Rail Network Length: 250,000 km / 124,2 Rail transportation in the United States consists primarily of freight shipments, while passenger service, once a large and vital the main nation’s passenger transportation network, plays a small role when compared with transportation patterns in many other countries.Top longest railway networks in the world. 2. China...
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1. Guangzhou Metro Line 3, China – Length: 60,400 meters (37.5 mile Line 3 of the Guangzhou Metro or Southern-Northern Express Line (Chinese: 南北快线; pinyin: Nán Běi Kuài Xiàn) is a 67.3-kilometer (41.8 mi) rapid transit line connecting Panyu Square to Tianhe Coach Terminal. The whole line, including all track and stations, is situated in underground...
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1. Bahrain Dust storms are extremely prominent here from Saudi Arabia and Iraq. The northwesterly winds create havoc and the temperatures in the summer can go as much as 50 °C (122 °F). Top Countries with Lowest Rainfall in the World. This is simply not one particular country where you could live because it is not...
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