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In the north of Morocco lies the city of Chefchaouen, the blue pearl of the country. The city is also called Chaouen.Valais, Switzerland
Hydrospeeding on the Aletsch Glacier. Glacial lakes.
This incredible image shows the moment two brave adventurers decided to body board down Europe’s longest glacier. There are also easy Hydrospeedings for backpackers.Georgetown, Malaysia.
Georgetown looks quite creative and it is very peaceful town. Map of Paris pattern by Ralph Barton/Stehli Silks Corporation (1927)River Safari, Singapore.
This place is located just next to Night Safari.
Built over a natural river, this zoo is water based with creatures and animals found near rivers. This is a different kind of aquarium because it mixes aquarium with boat ride as well as a unique kind of ride called the amazon quest. Ponte delle Torri, Spoleto, Umbria, Italy
Umbria is well-known for its many churches, a few of them going back to Roman times (notably in Assisi, home of Saint Francis), many of them Romanesque, many of them with beautiful frescoes or sculpture. Roman remains are far more common in Umbria than in neighbouring TuscanyJaipur, India
Jaipur is actually a beautiful pink city.History of the US National Park System.Kyoto, Japan
With nearly 1600 Buddhist temples and 400 Shinto shrines, you could spend an entire week visiting these holy sites.There are some towns worth visiting, not far from Los Angeles .
Some of the famous locales surrounding Los Angeles are Beverly Hills and West Hollywood and there are small beach communities located up and down the coast, like Santa Monica and Manhattan Beach. And, of course, don't forget Anaheim, where Disneyland is located.What a great work this is...The web site 'North American English Dialects, Based on Pronunciation Patterns' is being updated by an individual.
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'For many of the cities or towns on this map, you can listen to an audio or video sample of speech of a native (more specifically, sCounty Tipperary, Ireland
The landscape of County Tipperary is iconically Irish. There are a multitude of castles around the county, including the must-see Rock of Cashel (1014)(picture below), as well as Cahir Castle (15th century) and Roscrea Castle (13th century).France
For those wanting an escape from the hustle and bustle of the busy cities, the town of Chamonix offers the perfect contrast to city life. Located in one of the spectacular valleys of the French Alps, Chamonix offers picture postcard views, dominated by centuries old glaciers and the imposing summit of Mount Blanc.
NYC, USAMarrakech, Morocco
One of the reasons why Morocco attracts tourists is that Morocco is the mix of European, Middle Eastern and African culture and flavors and Marrakech epitomizes this.
It’s also perfect for any type of traveler; from the luxury traveler to the budget backpacker, from families with young children to senior citizens. Barcelona, Spain
Museu Picasso - is Barcelona's most visited museum. 3,500 exhibits make up the permanent collection. Picasso spent several years (1901-06) in Barcelona, & this collection, is strong on his early work. Displays include childhood sketches, pics from the beautiful Rose & Blue periods, & the famous 1950s Cubist variations on Velazquez's Las Meninas (Ladies-i