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Skövde

Skövde

Skövde is located in between the two biggest lakes in Sweden; Lake Vänern and Lake Vättern. Close to the city center is the blooming mountain Billingen with a recreation area, waterfalls, small lakes and several nature reserves. Skövde has a a lot of small shops and several malls where you can enjoy great shopping. The city is filled with culture, entertainment and sports – all year round. And best of all – it’s easy to get here. It takes only an hour from Gothenburg, and two from Stockholm. Welcome to our hometown!
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Derry

Derry

Situated picturesquely on the River Foyle, surrounded by hills and a stone’s throw away from the rugged Northern Coast, Derry is a city steeped in history. The famous Free Derry Corner and the murals of the Bogside and Fountain areas serve as reminders of Derry's tumultuous political past turned mindful present epitomised in the "Hands Across the Divide" monument. Today, 20 years after Bloody Sunday, the 2013 UK City of Culture has a lot to offer visitors in the way of art, culture, gastronomy and entertainment.
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Aquaventure - Atlantis
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Aquaventure - Atlantis

Splash into Aquaventure Waterpark before exploring the underwater world of Atlantis' Ambassador Lagoon.
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Randers

Randers

Randers, on the Jutland peninsula, is the sixth-largest city of Denmark, and a destination with many attractions, events and exhibitions to choose from. While the city has already been a thriving market town in medieval times, it kept its importance for trade, and also its beautiful 15th-century half-timbered houses that today make for a peculiar atmosphere. The main tourist attraction, Randers Tropical Zoo, with its largest artificial rain forest in Northern Europe, attracts many visitors every year.
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Sheikh Zayed Road Time-lapse
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Sheikh Zayed Road Time-lapse

See how Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai's main arterial highway, presents iconic silhouettes across the city.
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NYE In Dubai
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

NYE In Dubai

New Year's Eve in Dubai is a celebration like no other. From grand fireworks to non-stop parties, you'll want to be in this city for the next countdown.
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Szczecin

Szczecin

Szczecin is an energetic city where the River Odra eventually flows into the Szczecin Lagoon. Today it is the capital of the region of West Pomerania which has suffered a turbulent history and now looks to an enlightened and cultural revival. A focal point is that it has managed to preserve its unique character and charm since its recent reform. Szczecin is now awakening to its full potential at an ever increasing pace. You will really feel inspired as you explore this enthralling city.
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Uppsala Cathedral
Uppsala, Sweden

Uppsala Cathedral

Uppsala domkyrka (Uppsala Cathedral) is the largest and tallest cathedral in Scandinavia. Construction began around 1270, with consecration taking place in 1435. The cathedral has undergone several major renovations. Sweden left the Roman Catholic Church in the 1500s and this had a major impact on the appearance of the cathedral during various periods. The cathedral's treasures include the reliquary shrine of Erik the Holy and a pulpit from the Baroque period. The Skattkammaren (Treasury) museum is situated in the cathedral’s north tower and is home to to one of Europe’s finest collections of medieval church fabrics.
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Jeker Quarter
Maastricht, Netherlands

Jeker Quarter

Those who live and work here say that you don’t really need to explain where the Jeker quarter is: Once you’re there, you’ll know. This is where the locals stroll the streets at their leisure, students read in the park, and you can spend a whole Sunday on a café terrace, a wisp of jazz music in the air in the background, and never get bored. The Jeker quarter is nestled between the old city walls and centuries-old houses, bordered by the green of the city park. Although people have lived here for centuries, no one has ever explored it all. Enterprise is deeply rooted in the genes of this community: A history full of crafts and trades has left its marks, and forged the unique, authentic, innovative and creative atmosphere you feel here today. And right through the middle of it, that impudent little river, the Jeker, flows brazenly on. The quaint streets, stately homes, and idyllic parks have everything to make history come alive, while the rich student life, mix of young and old, culinary highlights, and abundant art and culture pull you back to the present.
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