Europe

Cardiff, Wales

Located in the southern coast of United Kingdom, Cardiff serves as the administrative capital of Wales. The city was originally known for its industrial activities but with the recent modernization, the city has experienced a dramatic change and its one of the liveliest places in UK.

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Mayotte

The French island of Mayotte sits on the Indian Ocean in East Africa and it is tucked somewhere in between Mozambique and Madagascar. Mayotte became a French overseas territory in 1843 when it was ceded alongside the Comoros islands.

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Ceuta, Spain

The Spanish exclave of Ceuta is found in North Africa. Despite being an autonomous city in the region, it has been administered by Spain since 15th century and it is in African continent. Existing largely unknown by most people, Ceuta at last came into spotlight of the world in 2005 alongside its sister exclave of Melilla as people tried to climb the bordering fence.

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Kiev, Ukraine

With more than 2.7 million people, Kiev is the most populous and largest city in Ukraine which serves as the national capital. Ukrainians are very friendly people and also very proud about the role that Kiev has played in bringing European civilization and development in Ukraine.

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Ljubljana, Slovenia

The city of Ljubljana is not a world famous tourist destination point as attractions in this city are extremely limited. So, rather than just hoping all over the city, it is a good idea to just stroll around the city taking photos as you simply enjoy this city just the way it is.

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Brussels, Belgium

Brussels is a huge city in Belgium and serves as the economic, financial, cultural and administrative hub of the country. The city is quite famous as most European Institutions are headquartered here and makes the city amazingly cultural rich.

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Luxembourg City

Luxembourg City serves as the capital city of Luxembourg. The city was nicknamed the northern Gibraltar thanks to its spectacular plateaus and valleys. While the city has 24 districts officially, only four of them should be of interest to a tourist in this city.

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Bratislava, Slovakia

With a population of about 460, 000 inhabitants, Bratislava act as the administrative, economical and cultural capital of Slovakia. The Medieval styled city is a must visit destination thanks to its pleasant streets and a wide range of historic buildings and churches.

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Belgrade, Serbia

The huge city of Belgrade in Serbia serves as the capital city. The Serbian name of Belgrade is translated to mean the ‘white city’ and the city has grown tremendously to become one of the must visit destinations in Europe.

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