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Horseshoe Bend in Arizona, USA

One of nature's wonders, the Horseshoe Bend in Arizona is the name given to a horseshoe-shaped twist of the Colorado River. It is located close to the town of Page and is also called the King Bend. The Horseshoe Bend is located in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and is about 5 miles from the Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon Dam. 

Situated in the Inner Harbor area of Baltimore, the National Aquarium opened in 1981 and houses over 16,500 specimens. The aquarium is often called the Baltimore Aquarium in order to avoid confusion with the National Aquarium, Washington D.C. The Aquarium is divided into three buildings, namely Pier 3 Pavilion, Pier 4 Pavilion and the Glass Pavilion. Every building has a café and a gift shop.

Located in the heart of Greater Manchester in northwest England, Manchester is often referred to as the "second city" of England. The city is popular for its music culture and thriving performing arts. The rejuvenated look of the city is brilliant and gives travelers a number of opportunities to enjoy and have a great time.

Liverpool a classy city with a long history and is full of culture, heritage and excitement. It is an internationally known city located in north-west England. Liverpool also boasts of an impressive university and beautiful surroundings. Situated in Merseyside, the city is popular for music and sports.

A bustling university town, Lancaster is located in North England in Lancashire. The city is a wealth of history and the area was inhabited by the Romans in 80 A.D. Situated on the River Lune the city has for long been a commercial, cultural and educational center. The city also has unique ties with the British Monarchy.

Worcester is a wonderful city located in the Worcestershire County of England. An ancient city, Worcester has been inhabited since the Roman times. Even though it is small, the city attracts a number of visitors because of the heritage, natural beauty and some exciting cricket. The city is full of historic buildings and is a fantastic example of a traditional English town. Worcester is also famous for being the homeland of the popular Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce.

Clasped by the picturesque Cotswold Hills, the city of Gloucester is located in the heart of the Gloucestershire county of England. The city offers a vibrant atmosphere and a glorious historic past providing visitors with some fantastic sites to visit. The city is situated on the eastern banks of the River Severn and the excellent location is fantastic to enjoy some great scenes of nature.

The walled city of England, Chester is located in Cheshire, England close to the border of Wales. Sitting on the banks of River Dee, Chester is a delightful city and is pleasant to visit at any time of the year. The lively atmosphere and the historic ambiance of the city make it an excellent place to visit.

A modern city with an excellent balance of contemporary facilities and greenery, Sunderland has seen a lot of development in the past few years. A former industrial town, Sunderland is located on the banks of River Wear along which are the National Glass Centre, the beautiful Stadium of Light and lavish apartments.

Surrounded by myths and legends, the city of Carlisle in Cumbria is a beautiful location at the confluence of the rivers Eden, Caldew and Petteril. The city is also called as the Border City; Carlisle is the main commercial, industrial and cultural center in Cumbria and is home to several museums and heritage centers showcasing the history and culture of the area.

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