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That the Dracula castle is located in the city of Bran in Romania.

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That the birth of the internet took place here in 1969. At that time it was called ARPANET and the first transmission was sent from UCLA to the SRI campus in Menlo Park, California.

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That Monaco is the second smallest country in the world. The smallest is the Vatican city.

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That hotel Europa in Dublin, Ireland, is the most bombed hotel in Europa.

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That Papua New Guinea is one of the most unexplored countries in the world.

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That Jamaica produce their own car. It's called the Island Cruiser.

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That taxis are very cheap in Athens. Example: A 10 minutes drive for 3,50 euro. 

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They make really good bread and sandwiches in Vietnam, called ‘Banh Mi’.

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That according to the 2012 Global Peace Index, Iceland is officially the most peaceful country in the world.

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That all the temples pictured on Thai bath coins are located in Bangkok.

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You’re allowed to pop into someone’s home for dinner in Amsterdam. A huiskamerrestaurant is a restaurant in someone’s very own dining or living room.

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That the shortest street in Paris only is 5.75 metres.

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4,000-year-old artefacts can be seen here. Palau's greatest archaeological treasure can be found on the small island of Ulong. You can find preserved remnants of goods created from shells and clay pots, used by the earliest settlers. Fascinating cave paintings and carvings on ancient rocks can also be found here.

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Until 1916 Harrod's sold pure cocaine to the general public.

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That the  metro in Delhi is positioned as the second most popular and efficient metro service across the world.

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That Singapore is home to the world’s first night zoo

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Older cambodian people usually don't know their birthday, because Cambodians don't celebrate birthdays. 

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That Kuala Lumpur’s name originally translated to “muddy confluence.” It doesn't sound appealing, but makes sense because the city sits at the meeting points of the Klang and the Gombak Rivers. 

 

 

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That Norway has been very successful at the Winter Olympics, winning more medals than any other country, with a grand total of 303.

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That Sydney is home to Australia’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibit. It's called sculpture by the sea.

http://sculpturebythesea.com/

 

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That the largest pyramid in the world is located in Cholula, Puebla, Mexico and has e estimated volume of 166,538,400 ft³. In comparison, the pyramid of Cheops only has an estimated volume of 84,755,200 ft³.  

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That a year in Bali only has 210 days. This unique calendar first was used in Java in the fourteenth century.

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That beer wasn't considered an alcoholic drink in Russia until 2011. The former President Dmitry Medvedev officially signed it into law.

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Regenburg in Germany is home of the world's first fast food restaurant called the Regenburg tavern.

 

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It’s not as expensive as you think. Places like Singapore, Tokyo and Australia can much more expensive. Hong Kong offers a lot of marketplaces where you can pickup a delicious meal for under $5. Public transport has also very reasonable prices. 

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That Madrid is the third biggest city in the European Union.

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Drinking in public is legal in South Korea, So you can enjoy your beer everywhere, on the sidewalk, the train, bus etc.   

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That the ancient city of Venice in Italy has over 170 canals.

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Portugal is famous for it's pastry. Pastéis de nata is one of the most popular and was made the first time in the 17th century.

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That There are secret tunnels underneath the city in Manila. They run under Makati city and the global city in Taguig and they go 3,5 meters deep in the underground. The four entrances leading to it is located near East Rembo, across C5 and at Anapola Street and on Morning Glory Street.

 

 

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That Greenland is a big country with a size of 2 million square kilometers. The country has no roads or railway system. The only way to get around is by plane, boat, helicopter, snowmobile or dogsled. 

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That the world's first official Orangutan sanctuary and rehabilitation centre is located in Sepilok, Borneo.

 

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The word "hygge" is a very popular term in Denmark, that just means coziness. For many danes "hygge" is when you are socializing with friends and family, having good food and drinks and fun. 

 

 

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That according to the Guinness World Records, the busiest rail station in the world is Shinjuku Station in Tokyo. More than 3.5 million pass through here daily.

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That Zurich has 1424 fountains in the city and you can drink from all of them.