Aswan, the Land of the rainbow
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Aswan, or Syene (Egyptian Arabic: أسوان ) is a city in Egypt located about 843 km south of Cairo, on the right bank of the Nile, near the first cataract. Formerly part by Upper Egypt, in the first nome, the … Read More

Grand Canyon
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View from Hermit’s Rest of the Colorado River flowing through the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is an enormous gorge created by the Colorado River in northern Arizona. It is about 446 km long, deep up to 1,600 meters and … Read More

Pitcairn Islands
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Bounty Bay and the town square of Adamstown, connected by the newly-paved Hill of Difficulty (by permission of Andrew Christian) Capital (and largest city) Adamstown Official language(s) English (local dialect is Pitkern) Ethnic groups British, Polynesian, Chilean or Mixed Demonym … Read More

Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland
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Ittoqqortoormiit (which means “big house” in Greenlandic, also called Scoresbysund in Danish) is a small village situated on the Scoresby Sund (Kangertittivaq, in Greenlandic), a huge fjord on the east coast of Greenland. The population is composed of 537 inhabitants … Read More

My predictions come true: a new Las Vegas in Russia
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My predictions about the boom of the gambling industry in Russia come true sooner than I expected. Russia’s Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov set up a gambling zone, Azov-City, in the Scherbinovsky district of Krasnodar area and the Azov district of … Read More

Macau, the new Mecca of the gambling world
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MGM Grand Macau officially opened its doors these days to thousands of guests eager to experience the burgeoning gaming destination’s latest grand resort. With 600 rooms, MGM Grand Macau resort casino marks the powerful partnership’s first venture into the rapidly … Read More