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- Joliet Correctional Center has been used as a filming location for numerous tv shows and movies.
- Mount Erebus (pictured) is the southernmost active volcano in the world.
- Due to its agricultural wealth, Chengdu is sometimes called the "Land of Milk and Honey".
- The shops of Chihuahua have a great selection of cowboy boots.
- The main attraction in Kanchanaburi is the Bridge over the River Kwai (pictured), famous from the eponymous novel.
- Gibraltar claims to have the southernmost pub in Europe.
- Nausori has been dubbed "the Paradise of the Green".
- The Montauk Lighthouse (pictured) is a historical lighthouse with a beautiful view of "The End" of Long Island.
- The Pole of Cold is a region in Siberia where you can experience the world’s coldest temperatures outside Antarctica.
- St. Joseph, Missouri, is famous as the place where Jesse James was gunned down.
- Kiritimati (pictured) is the coral atoll with the largest land area in the world.
- Benin City is actually located in Nigeria.
- With a population of around 310, Kulusuk is one of the largest towns in Eastern Greenland
- Antwerp’s city hall (pictured) is built in a style combining Gothic and early Renaissance, almost exclusively found in this region of Europe.
- The Gambia is a thin country, essentially consisting of the flood plain of the Gambia river flanked by some low hills.
- The Barbados museum in Bridgetown is housed in the former British Military Prison.
- Rotorua is known as the thermal wonderland of New Zealand. (boiling pool pictured)
- In Jinja you can see the source of the world’s longest river, the Nile.
- Cristalino State Park in Alta Floresta offers great opportunities to explore exceptional Amazon flora and fauna.
- Casinos (pictured) are Reno’s most common visitor attraction.
- The Manitoba Children’s Museum in Winnipeg is home to several hands-on galleries, offering plenty of family fun.
- Are you interested in violins? In Cremona you can visit the the Stradivarius museum.
- The Paper Dome (pictured) in Puli is a temporary church building constructed using paper tubes as structural elements.
- Surat Thani has a monkey training college.
- The James Bond beach is in Ocho Rios, close to the former home of author Ian Fleming who created the character.
- Iya Valley is famous for its vine bridges (pictured).
- Antigua and Barbuda are nicknamed "Land of 365 beaches" due to the many beaches that surround the two islands.
- Sark still has a quite liberal smoking legislation.
- The size of the Super pit (pictured) in Kalgoorlie-Boulder makes everything else look small.
- A popular event in Douz is the International festival of the Sahara, held towards the end of each year.
- In Rosario you can visit the house where Che Guevara was born.
- The biggest snow castle in the world (pictured) is built yearly in Kemi since 1996.
- Sukhothai translates to the Dawn of Happiness.
- Batticaloa is known as “Land of Singing Fish”.
- The Groot Spitzkoppe (pictured) is often referred to as the "Matterhorn of Namibia" because of the similarity in shape.
- Bermuda’s airport has the world's highest landing/parking fee for airlines.
- Unlike other U.S. territories, traffic on the U.S. Virgin Islands moves on the left.
- The world's largest Lenin head (pictured) is located at the main city square of Ulan Ude.
- Monrovia is one of the wettest capitals in the world with over 5100mm of annual rainfall.
- In Cu Chi you can explore the huge tunnel network used as a refuge during the Vietnam War.
- The Earth and Man museum (pictured) in Sofia has the biggest collection of gigantic minerals in the world.
- The community of Boring is twinned with Dull and its official slogan is "The most exciting place to live."
- Friends of bourbon may want to tour bourbon distilleries of Kentucky.
- Ruta de transito (Ometepe pictured) was the preferred alternative for getting from New York to San Francisco prior to the transcontinental railroad.
- High speed rail in China (Shanghai station pictured) is the longest and most patronized high speed network in the world.
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