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[[Image:imagename|right|100px|description]] The interesting fact linked to this image goes here.
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- The word Urdu is derived from the Turkish word ordu, ultimately derived from the Mongolian word "horde".
- Valletta was one of the earliest sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
- Hong Kong (pictured) proudly proclaims itself to be Asia's World City.
- The best way to get around in Erlangen is by bike
- It is actually illegal to go on the beach at Waikiki after midnight.
- Christ Church Cathedral (pictured) in Stanley is the southernmost cathedral in the world.
- High speed rail can be faster than flying if you take security, boarding, and getting to and from the airport into account
- Oni was for millennia a center of Georgian Jewish culture.
- Hasselt has a jenever museum and each October a jenever festival is held in the city (local jenever brands pictured).
- In Dzanga-Sangha Special Reserve you can accompany locals on a net hunt for small animals.
- In the Caribbean, a volcanic part of the world, there are many places called "Soufriere" (French for sulfur).
- Revere Beach (pictured) is the oldest public beach in the United States of America.
- Kedah is nicknamed "The Rice Bowl of Malaysia" because of the vast paddy plantation along the western plain of the state.
- Joensuu's bunker museum consists of several models of concrete bunkers fully equipped with original WWII guns and gear.
- Originally a backpacker hotspot but now upmarket, Ao Nang is the most "Westernized" beach in Krabi (the beach front shopping district pictured).
- Oslo, with its approximately 453 square kilometres, is one of the largest capitals in the world by area.
- Covered in vegetable fields and greenhouses, Reichenau is sometimes known as the "vegetable island".
- The Travels of Marco Polo (mosaic portrait pictured) was the first account of a journey to the East to be widely publicized in Europe.
- In Tsuyama, there is a cosmetic shop owned by the mother of a rock star. You can meet her and look through family albums of her famous son.
- Radom is one of the most inexpensive cities in the whole of Poland, offering very low prices in the services sector.
- Rua da Banana (pictured) in Cidade Velha is Africa's oldest European-built street.
- Prince Rupert holds the title of rainiest city in Canada, with about 2,500 mm of precipitation annually.
- During the carnival in Bergen op Zoom, the city is renamed "Krabbegat", which means "crab hole".
- Visitors often see the architecture of Curaçao (houses in Willemstad pictured) as a colorful version of Amsterdam.
- Duisburg is home to the German Inland Waterways Museum and Europe's largest inland harbour.
- Karakoram Highway features the highest border crossing in the world.
- Asmara's main attraction is its colonial Italian architecture (teatro d'opera pictured).
- In Aqaba you can find the world's oldest purpose-built Christian church.
- St. Louis Union Station is where the classic photo of Harry Truman holding the newspaper with the incorrect "DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN" headline was taken.
- In Tsuyama, the Tsuyama Cherry Blossom Festival (pictured) features an impressive 5,000 cherry trees, and is known in Okayama prefecture as the best place to view cherry blossoms.
- The Oodnadatta Track is one of the easiest Outback tracks in Australia.
- Udmurtia is one of Europe's last remaining strongholds of organized shamanism.
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