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- The Oodnadatta Track is one of the easiest Outback tracks in Australia.
- Udmurtia is one of Europe's last remaining strongholds of organized shamanism.
- One draw of Gjirokastër is the Old Bazaar and the surrounding Historic Ottoman homes (pictured).
- Silent Valley is considered one of the most ecologically diverse areas on the planet.
- Each island of the Comoros has its own dialect of Comorian.
- With the small Alekšupīte River running through its old town centre (pictured), Kuldiga is known as "The Latvian Venice".
- The domestic cuisine of Italy itself differs a lot from internationalized Italian dining.
- The name of the city, Xiamen, means "door to the house", referring to the city's centuries-old role as a gateway to China.
- Khasab (pictured) is one of the hottest places in Oman, with summer temperatures regularly climbing over 45°C.
- Derby was the site of the first fully mechanised factory in the world, built in 1721.
- Sopron has been called Civitas Fidelissima, "The Most Loyal Town", ever since the town voted by 65% to stay part of Hungary.
- Luanda (pictured) receives nearly all its rain in March and April.
- No other city in Texas reflects the state's Spanish and Mexican heritage better than San Antonio.
- At Saint Vincent and the Grenadines you can visit sites where The Pirates of the Caribbean movies were filmed.
- It is worth poking your head into the Basotho Hat Shop (pictured) in Maseru just to enjoy the unusual architecture.
- Isalo National Park is known for its wide variety of terrain, including sandstone formations, deep canyons, palm-lined oases, and grassland.
- Vang Vieng may have established itself as the exception to the rule that Laos doesn't have nightlife.
- Stari Most (pictured) – the Old Bridge — is regarded as the cultural and spiritual icon of Mostar.
- President Coolidge outside Espiritu Santo is the largest accessible wreck dive in the world.
- Conakry Grand Mosque is one of the largest in sub-Saharan Africa.
- The ancient Mayan ruins of Lamanai (pictured) have not been completely uncovered yet.
- The wine collection of the prince of Liechtenstein is available to view by a vineyard on the northern edge of Vaduz.
- Sylt is linked to the German mainland by the railway only Hindenburgdamm, named for the infamous Reichspräsident.
- Basilica of Our Lady of Peace (pictured) in Yamoussoukro is the world's largest church and modeled after St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City.
- The colonial stilt houses in Freetown offer insight into how colonial officials lived in the past.
- The Bikini Atoll Nuclear Test Site was the first UNESCO world heritage site of the Marshall Islands.
- Port Louis (pictured) was once regarded as the star and the key of the Indian Ocean.
- Baikonyr cosmodrome was the launch site of the first manned orbital flight by Yuri Gagarin.
- Colonized by German immigrants, Plattdeutsch is still widely spoken in Filadelfia.
- In the Grand Casino (pictured) of Monaco you can gamble alongside the world's richest and often most famous.
- Named Port Clarence, Malabo was founded as a British naval station in the effort to suppress the slave trade.
- East Timor has some of the best scuba diving in the world.
- A well-known specialty from Linz is the Linzer Torte (pictured).
- For many years Dakar was the end point of the most important off-road rally in the world.
- Nevis Peak, the top of a dormant volcano, is an attraction to hikers and nature buffs.
- In Boise, if you are bold, you can ring the bell at the foot of the state Capitol (pictured) steps.
- Honiara contains a wealth of World War Two sites: most of the hills in the Honiara area were the sites of fierce battles.
- New York City's influence on the globe is hard to overstate, as decisions made within its boundaries often have impacts and ramifications across the world.
- Gulangyu (pictured) is sometimes called "Piano Island" as there have been pianos on the island since the first foreign residents arrived in the 1840s.
- Founded sometime in the 5th century BC, Tangier has been part of all major empires in the region throughout history.
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