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Like London this city has West End and East
End. The West End is famous for its cafes, prestigious hotels, clubs and restaurants. East End used to be an industrial centre.
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The famous character of J. Verne’s book Captain Grant
set off from this Scottish city on his ship “Britania”
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Situated on the banks of the river Clyde, this is
the largest city in Scotland and one of the largest in the UK.
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This city has the oldest and second largest metro system
in the world, dating from 1863
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An unidentified serial killer known as Jack the Ripper continued
his murders on the streets of this city.
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Famous landmarks of this city are :
The Tower , Tower
Bridge, London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Squire, the British Museum.
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Each summer in August this city hosts a world-famous festival
established in 1947.
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It is the birthplace of famous British writers:
Scott and R. L. Stevenson
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It has been recognised as the capital of Scotland
since the 15th century
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It is the city on the river Thames in central
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It is known as “the city of dreaming spires”, referring
to its harmonious architecture.
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The oldest European university was founded in this city in
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The city is located on the banks of the river
Mercy and is the second major port in Great Britain after London.
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The city is home of two football teams. One of
them is Everton, the other has the same name as the city.
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The city is the birthplace of the world-famous music band
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The city was founded in 1781 by the Spanish governor
Felipe De Neve.
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The city is the world leader in the creation of
TV productions, video games and recorded music.
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The most famous district of the city is Hollywood.
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During the Gold Rush in 1849 it was the largest
city on the west coast of the USA
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Three forth of the city were destroyed by the 1906
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The most famous landmark of the city is the Golden
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This city was founded in 1791. It is not part
of any US state.
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Six of the ten buildings included in the list of
American’s Favourite Architecture are in this City.
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The city is named after the first president of the
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It traces its roots to 1624 when it was a
trading port of Dutch colonists named New Amsterdam.
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It consists of five boroughs- Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and
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It is the most popular city in the USA, often
described as the financial, commercial and cultural capital of the world.
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This is the third most populous city after New York
City and Los Angeles which is situated on the shores of the Lake Michigan.
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The name is taken from French and is translated as
"wild onion" or "wild garlic“.
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Since 1970s Broadway has shown a musical about the crime
and corruption that existed in this city in 1920s.
The factory of cold weapons was built in
in 1815. The first workers were from the German city Zolinger.
First Russian steel cannons were made there too.
The town was given the nickname “Ivan the Wing” after
the famous artist Ivan Bushuev who decorated cold weapons with engravings of flying winged horses.
Now this town in the Ural region is known as the
town of artistic engraving on weapons such as knives and swords. This sword made of Damask steel was registered as the longest in the Guinness Book of Records .
From 1589-1925 this city was called Tsaritsyn. It is situated on
the western bank of the river Volga and is 80 kilometres long.
The city became famous for its resistance against the German Army
The famous memorial complex on the Mamayev Kurgan was constructed in
This is the forth largest city in Russia. It was founded
in 1723 on the River Iset.
Collections of the Hermitage Museum were evacuated from Leningrad to this
city in July 1941 and remained in it until October 1945.
Early in the morning of July 17, 1918 Tsar Nikolai, his
wife and their children Olga, Tanyana, Maria, Anastasia and Tsarevich Alexei were murdered by the Bolsheviks at the Ipatyev House in this city.
For a brief period during the Russian Civil War in 1918-1920
this city was used as the capital of “White Russia”
F.M. Dostoyevsky served his sentences in Ostrog in this city from
1850-1854. He described his impressions in his novel “The Notes from the Dead House”.
The State University of this city was named after
The city is situated on the banks of the river Irtysh.
The development of this city started with the construction of Trans- Siberian Railway in the 1980-s
This city is a large port on the bank of the
Its name means “boiler”
Founded more than 1000 years ago as a border fortress,
this city was captured twice.
Firstly by Khan Ulu Makhamed in 1438.
And in 1552 by the troops of Ivan the Terrible.
In 2013 this city hosted the XXYII Summer World Student Games.
2018 it was one of the cities that hosted the World Football Cup.