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* Buddha Park (''pictured'') outside [[Vientiane]] is a '''bizarre outdoor collection of huge concrete sculptures of Buddhist and Hindu deities and real and imaginary beasts.'''
 
* The '''old town hall''' in [[Leipzig]] was built in 1556 in Renaissance style and remains one of Germany's largest. The position of the tower follows the '''ancient ideal of "golden mean".'''
 
* The '''old town hall''' in [[Leipzig]] was built in 1556 in Renaissance style and remains one of Germany's largest. The position of the tower follows the '''ancient ideal of "golden mean".'''
 
* In [[Bundaberg]] rum distillery you can take an interactive tour and learn about the '''history of rum making'''.
 
* In [[Bundaberg]] rum distillery you can take an interactive tour and learn about the '''history of rum making'''.
* Kujukuri-hama (九十九里浜) beach (''pictured'') in [[Chiba (prefecture)|Chiba]] is, for many travelers (coming in from east), their '''first glimpse of Japan''': it's the long coastline you see from the plane coming in over the Pacific into Narita.
 
 
 
  
  

Revision as of 10:16, 25 July 2012

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  • Buddha Park (pictured) outside Vientiane is a bizarre outdoor collection of huge concrete sculptures of Buddhist and Hindu deities and real and imaginary beasts.
  • The old town hall in Leipzig was built in 1556 in Renaissance style and remains one of Germany's largest. The position of the tower follows the ancient ideal of "golden mean".
  • In Bundaberg rum distillery you can take an interactive tour and learn about the history of rum making.


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