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Top 5 places to see in Vietnam

The long, skinny country of Vietnam offers a fairly clear route to travellers wanting to explore the length and breadth of the country. But it’s a case of where to stop among the wonderful rural outposts, astounding natural wonders and vibrant cities.

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Amman, Jordan

Being the largest and capital city of Jordan, Amman is the most attractive city in the country in terms of tourism. The city holds numerous items that could definitely be of interest to any traveler not to mention the very friendly locals and its more organized appearance.

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Alofi, Niue

Alofi is the capital city and also the largest city of Niue. Alofi is readily served by a nearby airport and travelling into the city is always easy as most accommodation centers are situated near or in Alofi.

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Algiers, Algeria

The French called Algiers ‘la blanche’, translated to mean the white one. The capital city and economic hub of Algeria, the whitewashed city of Algiers is a big and bustling city with Mediterranean set at its front and rich farmland and hills at the behind.

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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, the major city in the country is experiencing a fast paced development. Even though the city is not well off as such, the mere fact that the government anticipates the economic growth to be growing at a rate of 5% or more in 2013 gives you a confidence feeling when organizing a trip to the city.

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Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Jeddah has served as a convergence spot for traders and pilgrims to Saudi Arabia for many centuries. In fact, Jeddah has been regarded to be the major cultural centre in the world.

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Casablanca, Morocco

It is sad that most travelers tend to pass through Casablanca or when they are taking a connection flight to another destination or catching a train. However, this sprawling city deserves to be given much more time as it has more to offer than catch the eye.

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Abuja, Nigeria

Abuja is set in scenic, attractive scenery and established in 1976, the city initially served as the capital for the new federal territory in Nigeria. However, construction of the modern day Abuja didn’t start until 1980s when the city was methodically laid down.

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Accra, Ghana

With a population of 2 million, Accra is the administrative capital of Ghana. It is the most developed and populous city in the country and has enjoyed its capital status since 1877 during the colonial time. Prior to this, the city was just a collection of small Ga villages dating back in 17th century.

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