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* One of [[Vienna]]'s draws is the ''Bestattungsmuseum'', '''a museum devoted to coffins and mortuary science'''.
 
* Opened in '''1900''', [[Wuppertal]]'s ''Schwebebahn'' is the '''world's oldest monorail''', and they still use '''Emperor Wilhelm II's original train''' for special events.
 
* Opened in '''1900''', [[Wuppertal]]'s ''Schwebebahn'' is the '''world's oldest monorail''', and they still use '''Emperor Wilhelm II's original train''' for special events.
 
* Don't be surprised to hear '''explosions''' when walking around [[Helsinki]]: thanks to the '''rock-solid granite bedrock''', most new construction work involves some blasting.
 
* Don't be surprised to hear '''explosions''' when walking around [[Helsinki]]: thanks to the '''rock-solid granite bedrock''', most new construction work involves some blasting.
* Spare change?  [[Singapore]] issues a '''ten thousand Singapore dollar note''', worth '''over US$7000''' at current exchange rates.
 
  
 
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The Schwebebahn's Kaiserwagen, the world's oldest monorail system
  • One of Vienna's draws is the Bestattungsmuseum, a museum devoted to coffins and mortuary science.
  • Opened in 1900, Wuppertal's Schwebebahn is the world's oldest monorail, and they still use Emperor Wilhelm II's original train for special events.
  • Don't be surprised to hear explosions when walking around Helsinki: thanks to the rock-solid granite bedrock, most new construction work involves some blasting.


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