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[[Image:imagename|right|100px|description]] The interesting fact linked to this image goes here.
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- São Toméan Portuguese is similar to Brazilian Portuguese in terms of grammar and pronunciation.
- Oyapock River bridge (pictured) connecting French Guiana and Brazil was finished in 2011 yet still has yet to be opened.
- In Turkey a teacher's house may mean a form of accommodation.
- Silent Valley is considered one of the most ecologically diverse areas on the planet.
- Yakutsk (pictured) has gained attention as potentially the coldest city in the world, with temperatures dropping to -42°C (-45°F) in winter.
- The highest point on Rømø is only at 19 meters above sea level.
- Given New Zealand's proximity to the international date line, Gisborne is the first city in the world to see the sun rise.
- Chicago's skyline (view from Adler Planetarium pictured) is one of the world's tallest and easily ranks among its most magnificent.
- The Grossglockner High Alpine Road is one of Austria's most scenic roads.
- Greenlandic formerly used a unique numeral system where the toes and fingers were used to count to 20 which would be inuk naallugu or a complete human.
- The fire inside the Zoroastrian Fire Temple Atashkadeh (pictured) in Yazd has supposedly been burning since AD 470.
- Wa has a significant chameleon population; individual chameleons can often be found crossing roads.
- Inhabited since the eighth millennium BC, Rum has provided some of the earliest archaeological evidence of human occupation in Scotland.
- Morgan Square (pictured), Spartanburg's primary downtown hub, is the original courthouse village of the city.
- In Chongqing you can ride the longest single escalator in Asia.
- Madison has consistently been rated among America's most bicycle-friendly cities.
- The Brihadeshwara temple (pictured) in Thanjavur features two live elephants to bless the pilgrims.
- There are only two B-52 bombers on public display outside the US, one is in the Aviation Heritage Centre in Darwin.
- The Giraffe Centre outside Nairobi breeds the endangered Rothschild giraffe, and visitors can feed and touch them.
- The Teleferico (pictured) of Mérida is the world's highest cable car.
- Hardly any foodstuff is taboo in Japanese cuisine.
- The city of Bandung has been known as Paris of Java for its European atmosphere back at the colonial times.
- Mudflat hiking (pictured) is a traditional recreation activity at the Wadden Sea, for instance from the Hogeland coast.
- The name Tokelau is a Polynesian word meaning "north wind".
- The wreck of the Lusitania is considered by many Cape Town divers to be one of the top wreck dives of the region.
- When visiting Gaborone, you can gaze upon the city from Kgale Hill (pictured), one of Botswana's highest hills.
- A local specialty of Kamakura is purple potato soft ice cream.
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