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The largest remaining natural resource in the world, the Amazon Rainforest.
Also known as the Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, the area of the Amazon Rainforest spreads across 1.4 billion acres and encompasses territories belonging to nine nations.
The city of dreaming spires, Oxford is known across the world for its University and its rich history. For over 800 years, the city has been home to scholars and royalty. Today, Oxford is a lively cosmopolitan town with top end residential and business amenities. Offering a mix of modern and historic, the city has a number of things to do and plenty of sightseeing opportunities.
The Northern Lights or better known as Aurora, is a natural light display in the sky especially in the high latitude areas, the Arctic and Antarctic regions. These lights are similar to the sunset but at times occur as spirals or in an arc.
The world's largest shopping mall, the Dubai Mall is in itself one of the best attractions in Dubai. A part of the Burj Khalifa Complex, The Dubai Mall includes over 1,200 shops and special areas for visitors to have a wonderful time. The mall is open every day from 10:00 AM till midnight and is in close proximity to most of the major hotels.
The Dubai Dolphinarium is the first Dolphinarium in the Middle East with an aim to provide family entertainment along with educational fun. The Dubai Dolphinarium is located in the heart of the Dubai Creek Park. The main attraction of the dolphinarium is the Live Dolphin and Seal Show
An exceptional example of a traditional Han Chinese city of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the ancient city of Ping Yao is a wonderful place to visit. Located in the center of the Shanxi Province in China, Ping Yao preserves a history of over 2700 years. The city walls, houses, shops and streets have retained almost all the historical features to an amazing extent.
Located in England, Bradford is a vibrant city filled with surprises. A flourishing cultural destination, Bradford has recently been given the title of a UNESCO City of Film. With award-winning museums, art galleries and creative theater performances, visitors can enjoy a number of things in the city.
Located in northwest Mexico is the Copper Canyon, a series of canyons that have been formed over several years by six rivers. The entire area is housed within the Copper Canyon National Park (Parque Nacional Barranca del Cobre). A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the canyons are home to the indigenous Raramuri (Tarahumara) people. The name Copper Canyon derivers the walls of the canyon which are copper in color.
If you wish to experience the life of Colonial America visit Colonial Williamsburg. A historic district in Williamsburg, Virginia, Colonial Williamsburg is a private foundation with the slogan "The future may learn from the past." The area has numerous restructured colonial structures unfolding the era during the American Revolutionary War.
West of the city of Catemaco are the Salto de Eyipantla waterfalls. The waterfall is just a 15 minute drive from Catemaco and is one of the best in Mexico. The Rio Grande de Catemaco, that drains the Lake Catemaco, is the source of these waterfalls.
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