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* [[Jefferson City]], [[Missouri]] houses the only '''museum''' in the [[United States of America|United States]] devoted specifically to '''veterinary medicine'''.
 
* Going for sushi in [[Tokyo/Chuo|Tsukiji]], [[Tokyo]]?  Detour to nearby Tsukudajima and sample some ''inago tsukudani'', or '''pickled locusts'''.
 
* Going for sushi in [[Tokyo/Chuo|Tsukiji]], [[Tokyo]]?  Detour to nearby Tsukudajima and sample some ''inago tsukudani'', or '''pickled locusts'''.
 
*While it's not considered to be the most beautiful '''diving location''', [[Dahab]]'s '''Blue Hole''' is considered to be the '''most dangerous''' scuba diving location on the planet.
 
*While it's not considered to be the most beautiful '''diving location''', [[Dahab]]'s '''Blue Hole''' is considered to be the '''most dangerous''' scuba diving location on the planet.
* China's Leaning Tower, '''Huqiu Tower''' in [[Suzhou]] predates [[Pisa]]'s '''Leaning Tower''' by over 200 years.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 13:36, 16 September 2009

  • Jefferson City, Missouri houses the only museum in the United States devoted specifically to veterinary medicine.
  • Going for sushi in Tsukiji, Tokyo? Detour to nearby Tsukudajima and sample some inago tsukudani, or pickled locusts.
  • While it's not considered to be the most beautiful diving location, Dahab's Blue Hole is considered to be the most dangerous scuba diving location on the planet.


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