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    Walled Cities of the Caribbean

    In many people’s imaginations, walled cities are associated with mediaeval Europe, but such cities exist all over the world. In this post we look at walled cities from around the Caribbean.

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    Thursday, 12th March 2015

    Google Ice View (Rideau Canal Skateway)

    Each winter, 7.8km (4.8miles) of the Rideau Canal in Ottawa freezes into what is dubbed the World’s Largest Skating Rink – the Rideau Canal Skateway. Located in the capital of Canada, anyone can lace up a pair of skates and…

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    Wednesday, 11th February 2015

    The Kingdom of Bhutan

    The Kingdom of Bhutan has long held an air of mystery for many in the West. Isolated between India and China, and with restrictions on tourism and other foreign influences, this tiny nation (often considered to be the setting for…

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    Thursday, 15th January 2015

    On this day: Saxophone Day

    From Bill Clinton to Kenny G, November 6th is annual celebration for lovers of all things to do with the saxophone. The date commemorates the 1814 birth of Adolphe Sax, the Belgian musician who designed the saxophone, originally intended for…

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    Thursday, 6th November 2014

    On this day: Expo67 Closed

    On this day in 1967, Expo67 closed in Montreal. The World’s Fair was hugely popular, drawing more than 50 million visitors during the six months it was open. More than 90 pavilions featured exhibits about 62 countries and a general…

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    Wednesday, 29th October 2014

    The Sights and Mysteries of China’s Northern Deserts

    Back in 2012 we visited the Gobi Desert, but there are four smaller deserts to the south and west of it which are also well worth exploring. Travelling east to west, we begin with the Tengger Desert. As with the…

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    Thursday, 9th October 2014

    Welcome中国福利彩票线上购买 to Google Sightseeing!

    Google Sightseeing takes you中国福利彩票线上购买 on a tour of the world as seen from satellite or street views using Google Maps. Our team of authors present weird and wonderful sights as suggested by readers.

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