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What Kind Of City Is Ottawa, The Capital Of Canada?

By Janet / December 30, 2019

Canada has always attracted many immigrants due to its good environment, high security and proximity to the United States, and has been firmly ranked among the traditional immigrant countries. Before immigration, people usually consider which city to settle in, except Toronto, vancouver and oakville. In fact, Ottawa is also a very good choice. Ottawa may […]

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Exploring Shipwrecks In The Blue: A New ‘Underwater Museum’ In Dominica

By Janet / December 21, 2019

In the near future, “underwater museum” will add a new museum, a new underwater museum will appear in front of the world’s diving fans. The new Underwater museum was created in the waters of La Caleta Underwater National Park, a coastal reserve in southern dominica, by a team of researchers at Indiana University Bloomington, in […]

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Horseshoe Bay, One Of The 10 Best Photo Spots In The United States

By Janet / December 19, 2019

Horseshoe bay is located near the small town of PAGE, Arizona, not far from antelope valley. Page, Arizona, is part of the Navajo native American reservation. It’s a nearly 500-kilometer drive from Las Vegas, and you can get there by morning or around noon. There are two attractions you can’t miss in PAGE: antelope canyon […]

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Go To America And Enjoy The Most Beautiful Natural Scenery

By Janet / December 4, 2019

America has the biggest and coolest cities in the world, and it’s not hard to imagine why so many people want to see the French quarter of New Orleans or the Main Strip of Las Vegas. But it would be a shame if you missed out on the same wonderful natural beauty hidden away outside […]

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The Metropolitan Museum Of Art In New York

By Janet / November 22, 2019

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is the largest Museum in the United States, along with the British Museum in London, the Louvre in Paris, France, and the hermitage Museum in st. Petersburg, Russia. Also known as the Louvre in the United States. Established in 1880, as early as 1866, j. jay proposed […]

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Jacob’s Well, USA — Beauty And Danger

By Janet / November 18, 2019

Jacob’s well in Wimberley, Texas, is one of the most dangerous places in the world to dive and dive in. Twelve divers have died in the area, but many are still eager to try their “one dive for life” goal. According to reports, the jacoby well area is a geological treasure in Texas. It is […]

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Banff National Park — Canada’s First National Park

By Janet / November 17, 2019

Banff national park is the first national park in Canada. It was established more than 130 years ago. It is located in the northern part of the Rocky Mountains in alberta. Every year, millions of backpackers come to the Rocky Mountains to visit banff national park, starting with the small town of banff, which has […]

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Capilanosuspension Bridge And Park In Ancouver, Canada

By Janet / October 17, 2019

Capilanosuspension Bridge And Park is the most famous tourist attraction in north vancouver. The suspension bridge, 137 meters in length, hangs at a height of nearly 70 meters. Under the bridge are the rapids of the kapilano river and the treetops of the lush forest. A man named George grant mackay discovered this wonderland in […]

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Peggy’s Cove, Canada — An Elegant Arctic Fishing Village

By Janet / October 16, 2019

Peggy’s Cove, a small village near halifax, Canada, has elegant arctic fishing village views. This is a small fishing village with only over 100 people living in it, quiet and quiet, without any noise. This little fishing village is famous for having the smallest lighthouse in the world and the only lighthouse post office in […]

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