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Popularly recognized structures around the world that are of interest to tourists and visitors due to their notable physical features or historical significance.

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Craters of the Moon National Park

Travel; Landmarks

Located in Idaho is the most lunar like landscape you can visit in the U.S Formed by volcanic eruptions more than 15,000 years ago, the lava field extends over 600 square miles. More recent eruptions ...

Chocolate Hills, Phillipines

Travel; Landmarks

On the Phillipines island of Bohol, nearly 1,300 grass-covered, limestone mounds called the Chocolate Hills dot an area of approximately 20 square miles. The counds range from 100 to 400 feet high. ...

Batu Capeo

Tourism & hospitality; Landmarks

Batu Capeo (literally, "hat stone") is a coral rock shaped like an upside-down hat, said to have its origin from a legendary royal princess who lost her hat while riding nearby on her horse; taken ...

Pintu Kota

Natural environment; Coral reefs

Pintu Kota (literally, "door of the city") beach, located near Latuhalat village in Ambon Island, has its fame and uniqueness in a huge cliff, sticking toward the sea, with a big hole on it, shaped ...


Travel; Landmarks

Early morning on your way to work, lunch time rush hour, end of the day going home from work, there is always a line at this Indian pie deli. All kinds of delicious savoury pies can be found here at ...


Travel; Landmarks

Its a combination of a pizza spot, a bakery, and a cafe that also sells icecream. For some reason this is where people hang out before going out for the day, or families may just come here to enjoy ...

Hillside Dams

Travel; Landmarks

With the newly installed Bean There Cafe, Hillside Dams makes for a hot day well spent, with a walk along the dam, hiking with friends, and shared drinks at the cafe.

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