North America

Toronto, Canada

Toronto is a huge city and the most populous urban centre in Canada. The city has a population of nearly 3 million people and one of the largest and most popular urban agglomerations in North America. It was formed after the amalgamation of several cities which included Toronto, North York, Scarborough, York, Etobicoke and Borough of East York.

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Disney World, Florida, USA

Disney World in Florida is a place where travelers go to explore human cooperation and innovation, enjoy the enchanting and thrilling rides recuperate and relax on the gold course or beach and spend a memorable time in a world resort where both adults and children can have an unforgettable time together.

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Chichen Itza, Mexico

Located in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, Chichen Itza is recognized as the largest of several archaeological cities associated with Pre- Columbian Maya civilization. It is among the most visited and popular tourist destinations in Mexico. In 1988, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Recently, it was recognized as one of the world’s New Seven Wonders.

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San Diego,USA

Located on Pacific Ocean in California, the coastal city of San Diego has nearly 1.5 million tourists. Housing the Pacific Fleet of US Navy, there is a very strong presence of military in the city which is widely popular thanks to its impressive beaches and ideal climate. Various tourist attractions in San Diego include the famous San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld theme park.

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Grand Canyon, USA

Located in Northern Arizona, Grand Canyon is one of the most visited destinations in US and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It comprises of a massive canyon that encompass several districts with the most famous one being the Grand Canyon National Park, one of the most famous national parks in United States.

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Manhattan, USA

Manhattan is one of the biggest cities in US and home to some of the world’s most popular streets such as Wall Street, 34th Street, Broadway and Madison Avenue. The city is typically a thin, long Island and it is one of the five boroughs in New York City.

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Nuuk, Greenland

Nuuk, the administrative capital of Greenland is referred to as the city of ‘Good Hope’. Approximately quarter of the Greenland population lives in Nuuk. Most visitors to this city have accused it of being soulless and feature numerous high rise building blocks.

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Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau is Bahamas’ capital city and the largest city in this British Commonwealth. The city enjoys a subtropical kind of climate which is identical to the kind of climate in South Florida. Throughout the entire year, Nassau experiences a humid, warm weather with some very cool nights.

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Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton serves as the capital of Bermuda Island and it is actually the only city here. Despite being just a small city, Hamilton is nevertheless a friendly and vibrant city and everything in Bermuda revolves around Hamilton.

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Hagatna, Guam

Hagatna was formerly referred to as Agana and it is the national capital of the city of Guam. Hagatna is the smallest inhabited village in this village in terms of both population and area. It has for long been the population center of Guam from early 20th century and still maintains the same even today.

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