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- Since its opening in 1998, Skytrax has named Hong Kong International Airport the world's best airport eight times.
- Madeira Casino (pictured) in Funchal, the only casino on the island, was designed by Oscar Niemeyer who also designed much of Brasilia.
- Most sites in Egypt offer a hefty 50% discount on entrance fees for holders of the International Student Identification Card (ISIC), or the teacher equivalent.
- Known as the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Minnesota technically has well over 15,000.
- In Melbourne centre, a number of intersections require drivers to perform the infamous hook turn (warning sign pictured).
- At about 1,700 m above sea level, the airport in Samedan (Switzerland) is the highest in Europe.
- Frankfurt airport has two railway stations, one for local trains only and one only for long distance trains.
- The Arkansas State Capitol (pictured) in Little Rock occupies the former site of the state penitentiary.
- Ooty was founded in the 19th century by the British, and served as the summer headquarters of the Madras Presidency.
- The Atlantis resort on Paradise Island is responsible for an amazing 11% of the Bahamas' GNP.
- Albany (pictured) is the longest continuously chartered city in the United States.
- Eskişehir province is the only place in the world where Meerschaum is extracted.
- Riobamba is known locally as the "Sultan of the Andes", due to its majestic mountains and regal colonial architecture.
- Fort St. Angelo (pictured) has been in Cottonera (Malta) since Roman times, and possibly before.
- Bahrain means "two seas" in the Arabic language.
- Antarctica is notable for being the only continent with no significant land plant life and no native land mammals, reptiles, or amphibians.
- The TelefériQo cable car (pictured) hoists visitors up the active Pichincha Volcano, with views of half-a-dozen volcanoes and all of Quito below.
- Derry is the only remaining completely intact walled city on the whole island of Ireland.
- The most famous landmark in Jakarta is the 137m-tall obelisk of solid bronze National Monument, commissioned to celebrate Indonesia's independence.
- You can visit the dam which James Bond bungee jumped from in the opening scene of Golden Eye (pictured) in the Verzasca Valley.
- In 1960, Grand-Bassam was little more than a ghost town, until a surge of tourism in the 1970s led to its resettlement, with today, a modest 5,000 people calling the town their home.
- Wikivoyage's E11 hiking trail article is the only English-language guide giving a precise routing of the trail.
- It is said that Christopher Columbus sighted Saba (pictured) on his trans-Atlantic voyage, but did not land due to the rocky shores.
- In Balatonfüred, you can go to the Anna Ball, which is one of the most unique balls in Hungary, and has been organised annually since 1825.
- The last Emperor of the French, Napoléon III, is entombed in Farnborough, a quiet suburban corner of Hampshire, England.
- Mongolia (pictured) is nicknamed the "Land of Blue Skies" and with good reason; there are said to be about 250 sunny days throughout each year.
- For a town pretty well slap bang on the Equator, Entebbe is a few degrees cooler than you might expect.
- There are 160 monasteries in Bulgaria, which remained vital centres of local culture for centuries under Ottoman rule.
- In about 1257, Mount Rinjani (pictured) erupted so violently that its shape changed, and this event is believed to have contributed to the onset of the Little Ice Age.
- The steepest street in the world is claimed to be in Dunedin, New Zealand, and celebrated by the annual rolling of 40,000 chocolates down the street.
- The national flag of the Czech Republic was banned by the Nazis in 1939. It was restored at the end of World War II and still flies across the country.
- Apple Valley's 485-acre Minnesota Zoo (pictured) was one of the first to organize animals into themed areas and trails by their living environment, as opposed to their species.
- White pearl-sand beaches, bathed in a perfumed breeze, are a most popular visitor attraction of Comoros.
- Tallinn is treated as a home-from-home by daytrippers from Finland, due to their close linguistic and cultural ties with Estonia.
- Zamboanga (pictured) is known as Asia's Latin city, due to its melting pot of Spanish, Filipino and world cultures.
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