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| DotMBlurb=Host of the [[London 2012|2012 Summer Olympics]], '''[[London]]''' is the largest city in Western Europe and one of the great "world cities".  With a history that dates to before Roman times, London offers royal history in the form of Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London, cultural activities such as the British Museum and the West End theatres, and a variety of events to celebrate the 2012 Olympic Games. <small>([[London|more...]])</small>
 
| DotMBlurb=Host of the [[London 2012|2012 Summer Olympics]], '''[[London]]''' is the largest city in Western Europe and one of the great "world cities".  With a history that dates to before Roman times, London offers royal history in the form of Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London, cultural activities such as the British Museum and the West End theatres, and a variety of events to celebrate the 2012 Olympic Games. <small>([[London|more...]])</small>
  
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| OTBPBlurb= '''[[Canyonlands National Park]]''' is home to some of the most scenic and remote landscapes in the United States. Located within a massive canyon system at the confluence of the Colorado and Green Rivers, the park offers incredible opportunities for hiking, backpacking, biking, photographing, camping, and exploring canyons, arches, and rock formations found nowhere else. <small>([[Canyonlands National Park|more...]])</small>
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| OTBPBlurb= '''[[Nevyansk]]''' is a small town in the Urals region of Russia. Once the cradle of Russia's metallurgical industry, Nevyansk boasts a unique tower commissioned by an 18th-century Russian tycoon who was inspired by Italian architecture—he sought to emulate the campaniles of Venice, but eventually ended up with a Leaning Tower. <small>([[Nevyansk|more...]])</small>
 
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Host of the 2012 Summer Olympics, London is the largest city in Western Europe and one of the great "world cities". With a history that dates to before Roman times, London offers royal history in the form of Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London, cultural activities such as the British Museum and the West End theatres, and a variety of events to celebrate the 2012 Olympic Games. (more...)

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Nevyansk is a small town in the Urals region of Russia. Once the cradle of Russia's metallurgical industry, Nevyansk boasts a unique tower commissioned by an 18th-century Russian tycoon who was inspired by Italian architecture—he sought to emulate the campaniles of Venice, but eventually ended up with a Leaning Tower. (more...)


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