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Downtown Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires
Argentina

Buenos Aires is described as the Paris of the South and with good reason. It is the most European of all South American city thanks to the many European immigrants, also called Portenos, that choose to call this city their home. Combined with the Portenos' love of their city is their passion for independence, remembered in the naming of many of the top plazas and streets. The last few decades brought an end to an economic crisis, a dirty war against its own citizens and an unofficial war against Britain. Today, the people of Buenos Aires are mindful of their past, proud of their accomplishments and hopeful for the bright future as they breath new life into old quarters of the city.


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Beijing's Tian'anmen Square and the Forbidden City
Beijing
China

Of all of the place to see in Beijing, the one that tops visitors' list is Tian'anmen Square and the Forbidden City, which are conveniently located next to each other. Tian'anmen Square was constructed as an entryway to the Forbidden City and was a close to the emperor as commoners were allowed. Expanded to four times its original size by Chairman Mao, the square can now hold a million people. It has always been the site of celebrations and gatherings including some praising the government and some not. Nowhere in the Chinese Empire did the power of the emperor show as magnificently as at the Forbidden Palace. It gets its name because commoners for forbidden to enter. The Forbidden City was a luxurious home for the Son of Heaven, an impenetrable fortress to protect him from his many enemies and a world unto itself.

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Angkor Wat Temple Complex of Cambodia
Angkor Archaeological Park
Cambodia

Rediscovered by Westerners in 1860, the Angkor Wat Temple Complex is what remains of the Khmer Empire, which was one of the greatest empires that the world had ever seen. It is a testament to the power of the Khmer kings and the ingenuity of its people. This tour explores the religious beliefs that formed the temples and the personalities that drove the kings to build even bigger temples than their predecessors. Ancient history and modern politics is merged to explain what life was in the Khmer Empire and how Angkor Wat is bringing Cambodia a new future.

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Downtown Athens Georgia
Athens, Georgia
United States

Enjoy this tour of Downtown Athens. Tour provided by: Athens Welcome Center


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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
, Hawaii
United States

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is one of the gems of the U.S. Park Service. It is the best place in the world to view active volcanoes from the comfort of your car. This tour focuses on Crater Rim Drive, which circles the park and visits the majority of the destination in the park that are a must see for the traveler. Along the way, you will have the native plants and animals pointed out, learn the basics of volcanology and explore the culture of ancient and modern Hawaiians.


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Lisbon Portugal
Lisbon
Portugal

Lisbon has always been a crossroads for people from the Romans and Moors to Crusaders and the sea traders during the Age of Discovery. It is the liberal heart of a traditionally Catholic country that was once considered the end of the known world. Portugal's uniqueness and its creativity has kept it independent and a great place to visit.

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Jack the Ripper's London
Poplar
United Kingdom

In the summer of 1888, an unknown killer called Jack the Ripper brutally murdered at least four women and proved that an unprepared Scotland Yard was no match for him. Newspapers spread the details of the murders from a new type of killer, the serial killer, around the world. Some have said that the blade of Jack the Ripper brought forth the modern age and destroyed the veil of indifference that hide the suffering of the poor of London. This tour shows you the locations of six murders that may have been committed by Jack the Ripper. During the tour, you can also learn about Jack's victims and what life was like for them and others in the East End of London during the golden reign of Queen Victoria, when England's empire was at its height of wealth and power. The tour also lists the most popular suspects for Jack the Ripper, both then and now.

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Civil Rights Movement in Montgomery Alabama
Montgomery, Alabama
United States

Travel along the streets of Montgomery, Alabama and learn the history of the civil rights movement. Learn about Rosa Parks, E.D. Nixon, Frank M. Johnson and the role the government played in shaping the civil rights movement. This tour was made possible through content derived from the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce.


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Downtown Aurora
Aurora, Illinois
United States

This tour takes travelers through Downtown Aurora. Enjoy the many historical locations such as the Aurora Public Library, The Old Post Office, and even The Aurora Hotel. Along the way to these destinations, tourists will be able to view the magnificent architecture of the buildings that line the streets of Downtown Aurora. This tour was made possible from content derived from Aurora Downtown.


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Georgia Explorer Georgia Aquarium
Atlanta, Georgia
United States

Enjoy this tour of the Georgia Explorer at the Georgia Aquarium. The Georgia Aquarium is the world's largest aquarium and is home to over 100,000 fish.


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