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Knutsford Terrace

Knutsford Terrace (Chinese: 諾士佛台) is a terrace street in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon in Hong Kong. It is famous for its bars, pubs and restaurants. On the south slope of Observatory Hill, it is hidden behind the buildings of Kimberley Road. The street is strictly for pedestrians. Instead of vehicles, it is full of tables and chairs for the restaurants. There is road access to the terrace near Miramar Shopping Centre and ...

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Erskine Bridge

The Erskine Bridge is a cable-stayed box girder bridge spanning the River Clyde in west central Scotland, connecting West Dunbartonshire withRenfrewshire. The bridge was designed by William Brown and opened on 2 July 1971 by HRH Princess Anne.[1] It has a 524 m main span and two 68 m approach spans and is 38 m high and 1310 m (4300 ft) long. The ceremonial plaque of the opening can be viewed on the railings of the western footpath, ...

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Killens Pond State Park

Killens Pond State Park is a Delaware state park located south of the town of Felton in Kent County, Delaware in the United States. The park surrounds a 66-acre (270,000 m2) pond known as Killens Pond located along the Murderkill River. Amenities available include boating, fishing, hiking, playgrounds, and picnic areas. The park also features a nature center, year-round campgrounds and a water park that is open during the summer months. Killens Pond State Park on ...

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Chikkadpally

Chikkadpally is a major suburb and commercial center in Hyderabad, India. The City Central Library is located here. The devotional singer M.S.Ramarao lived here, and a street is named after him called Sundara Kanda M.S. Ramarao Lane. A Famous Cultural Auditorium of Hyderabad after “Ravindra Bharathi” named “Thyagaraya Gana Sabha” is located here,lot of Cultural based programs and meetings on a daily basis can be witnessed ...

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Most Extreme Places in America

The United States has always been a land of extremes. European explorers were staggered by the sheer vastness of the land, and generations of immigrants have arrived here with the biggest dreams imaginable. We decided to dig in and explore America’s highest highs, lowest lows, and a number of other extremes (quick: how many people live in America’s smallest town?). ...

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10 Best Budget Destinations for 2013

Budget Travel has combed through piles of data regarding new flight destinations, airline prices, places aggressively building new hotels, cities experiencing cultural booms, currency charts, and other statistics to compile our list of the 10 best budget destinations for the upcoming year. Some destinations were more interesting to us because they were so full of new and unique attractions (Northern ...

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Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, one of the oldest cities in America, evokes a distinct European feel, which is evident in the city’s culture. The city’s role in the American Revolution has led to the nickname, the “Cradle of Liberty.” Once considered ultra-conservative, Boston has developed a progressive culture and attitude. It has become one of the most exciting places in New England, with ...

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