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Asia
Road, On the trail of Marco Polo, On the trail of Kipling's Kim, and Istanbul to New Delhi over land 20th century: Soviet Union, Chinese Revolutions and
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Georgia (country)
renowned for its spas, resorts, cuisine and wine. Upon the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Georgia reclaimed its independence but at a heavy price. Pro-Russian
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China (redirect from People's Republic of China)
tumultuous upheaval and revolutions, golden ages and periods of anarchy. Through the economic boom initiated by the reforms since the 1980s, China has returned
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Mexico (section The Mexican Revolution)
a shipping port, a transportation hub with ferries to Baja California, and a beach resort destination with miles of sandy shore. It is a popular U.S.
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United Kingdom (section Planning a train trip)
Ireland (the United Kingdom or the UK) is a constitutional monarchy comprising most of the British Isles. It is a union of four constituent countries: England
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France (section Age of Revolutions)
snowy resorts of the French Alps, the Renaissance châteaux of the Loire Valley, rugged Celtic Brittany and the historian's dream that is Normandy. A country
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Judaism
life, a famine forced him and his family to move to Egypt. Jacob had a second name - Israel - so Jacob's descendants, who are the Jewish people, are also
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Presidents of the United States (section 17. A. Johnson)
(who was a gifted orator) with the sole exception of Carter's lame duck State of the Union in 1981. This event is steeped in tradition with a lot of pomp
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Zhuhai (section Lotus Road)
was a memorial to praise Chen Fang, a consul of the Qing Empire. It was partly damaged during the Cultural Revolution, but not seriously. Chen Fang's former
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Glasgow (section Rugby Union)
"chippies" are: The Coronation, Gallowgate (just beyond Glasgow Cross under the City Union railway bridge). A Glasgow institution sitting at the gateway into
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Finland
Soviet Union in World War II, which still is a sore topic in some circles. 60.1755624.934171 Helsinki — the "Daughter of the Baltic", Finland's capital
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Macau
up to 90 days: All European Union member states, plus Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Cape Verde, Dominica, Egypt, Ecuador, Iceland, Israel, Japan
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Hong Kong (section Avenue of Stars and A Symphony of Lights)
over a century of British rule, the British have also left their mark. In addition, because the city escaped the upheaval of the Cultural Revolution, Hong
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Tokyo
quality, Tokyo has been a favored place for buying electronics and cameras. Though the lines have blurred since the PC revolution, each has its traditional
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Lisbon (section Funiculars and a lift)
against the English, the union brings deep discontent within Portugal while the Windsor Treaty with England is suspended due to Spain's Crown commissioning
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Tashkent
Road from China to Europe. Little remains of the ancient city after the 1966 earthquake and earlier modernisation work following the 1917 revolution.
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Budapest
becoming a major European power. Marks of these two cultures are still part of everyday life in Budapest. After the anti-Hapsburg revolution in 1848–49
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Kyiv
Russian revolution. Over these two centuries, Kyiv experienced growing Russification and Russian immigration. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991
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Uppsala
used during the scientific revolution of the 19th century. The museum also contain two archaeological exhibitions with Egyptian artifacts, mummies and sarcophagus
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