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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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Moroni, Comoros

Moroni has been the capital city of Comoros since 1962 and has grown to become the largest city in the country. Travelers to Moroni are served by Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport. In addition, visitors can also use a harbor which offers regular transportation to other islands on Comoros Archipelago including Indian Ocean Islands like Madagascar.

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Nuku’alofa, Tonga

Nuku’alofa is Tonga’s capital and the small city has just a handful of tourist attractions. Being a largely coral island, Nuku’alofa is largely surrounded by numerous coral reefs. It is located on the northern coast of Tonga and has a very relaxed air even though the city experienced some troubles a couple of years back.

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3 Different But Fun Things To In Oxford

Because Oxford is a city that attracts quite a few tourists it’s easy for a visit to the city to become dominated by the ‘safe’ choices. A boat ride down the Thames, self-propelled or otherwise, a guided walk around the town and university buildings or a visit to some of the museums are all excellent things to do, but occasionally it’s nice to do something a bit different to the norm.

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Muscat, Oman

Muscat is the largest city in Oman and also the national capital. The city experiences a tropical climate with generally humid and hot weather all year round. Muscat comprises of three cities starting with the walled city of Muscat that houses royal palaces.

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Noumea, New Caledonia

As the capital city of New Caledonia, Noumea lies on Grande Terre Island and it’s the country’s largest city. Noumea boasts of being one of the highly westernized capital cities in Pacific islands and features large colonial mansions and beautiful beaches but it is not a popular tourist destination as such.

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Nouakchott, Mauritania

The capital of Mauritania, Nouakchott is a large and modernized city whose name translates to the ‘place of the winds’. Compared to other Mauritania cities, Nouakchott is by far very large and one of the largest and most prominent cities in the Sahara.

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Nicosia, Cyprus

The capital city of Cyprus Island, Nicosia is located at the centre of the island and home to the largest number of people living on the Island. With a population of about 300, 000 people, the city have grown tremendously in the past few years to engulf the surrounding settlements and villages.

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N’Djamena, Chad

As the capital city of Chad, N’Djamena is the largest city in the country with a population of nearly 1 million people. The city is situated along the confluence of River Logone and River Chari on the Cameroon border. Since history, the city of N’Djamena has witnessed numerous heated revolts and rebellions.

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