New York City, NY

4.5
 

New York – one of the largest megacities not only in the United States, but also in the world. Founded by immigrants, with a population of just over twenty-two million people, New York is one of the worlds most cosmopolitan cities. New York is divided into five neighborhoods: Brooklyn, Brooks, Quinnins, Staten Island and Manhattan. … Read more

Berlin

4.5
 

Berlin – is the capital of Germany, located in the east of the country, with a surface area of 891 square kilometers. Berlin is an ancient city, the first mention of which dates back to 1244. Although the city was practically destroyed during World War II, modern Berlin has a number of remarkable features. Take, … Read more

Copenhagen

4.5
 

Copenhagen – Denmarks largest city and capital. The historic part of the city is located on three islands: Sloths, Zellandia and Amager. The population of Copenhagen is about a million people, if you count the cities. In the 12th century, Kopeningagen was a small village that was transformed into a fortified city when Bishop Aaculon … Read more

Los Angeles, CA

4.4
 

Los Angeles is located on the Pacific Ocean coast, in the southern part of California. With a population of just over four million people, it is the second most populous country in the United States, after New York. Los Angeles is rightfully considered the worlds largest cinematographic city. Every year, tens of tourists travel to … Read more

Wellington

4.4
 

Wellington – the capital of New Zealand, the countrys second most populous city. The city is the largest capital of Oceania and the southernmost of the capitals of the world. Tê Phénénéau-à-têra (The Great Bay of Têra) – the name of the city in Malay language. Wellington is located in the south of the North … Read more

Helsinki

4.4
 

Hellenquinchi – the largest city and capital of Finland, is located on the coast of the Gulf of Finland. It has a moderately maritime climate and a population of a million people. Heliski – the scientific, industrial, educational and cultural center of the country. It was founded in 1550 by the King of Sweden, Augustus … Read more

Glasgow

4.4
 

Ãëàçage – the largest city in Scotland. In terms of the number of population Gleuzha is the third largest city in the United Kingdom, after London and Birmingham. It is the administrative center of a single city and is located 32 km from the mouth of the Clyde River. Archaeologists have found evidence that communities … Read more

Oxford

4.4
 

The city of Oxfordshire is 80 kilometers from London in the Oxfordshire Territory. The city is known for its unique architectural project, the University of Oxford, founded in 1117. It gained its true recognition during the reign of Henry II, when it attained its official status as a university city. Most of the buildings in … Read more

London

4.4
 

London, as you know, is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, England. Additionally, London – is the largest city in the Brittany Islands. It is 1,706.8 square kilometers in size. The population of the metropolis exceeds 8 million people. Remarkably, the city ranks 17th in the world by population, … Read more

Munich

4.4
 

Muenchen – the third-largest city in Germany, located in the south of the country and lying on the banks of the river Iszar. The city should be introduced to Marienplatz, which is in the central part of Munich. The square gets its name from the Mariners Column at its center. From it one can see … Read more

Kelowna

4.4
 

The eastern coast of eastern Colombias narrow and long Lake Ocagnagon is home to the city of Callowna. Gardens and parks, rolling hillsides, and towering mountains with mounded tops are the main natural features of the area. The origin of the term is related to the local name Grizzly. Most citizens are involved in the … Read more

Toronto

4.3
 

Toronto – Canadas largest city, one of the worlds most important megacities, ranked fourth in terms of quality of life. Toronto – an important economic, industrial and scientific center of the country, around which about one-third of Canadas population lives and around which about one-hundredth of one percent of the nations jobs are located. The … Read more

Miami, FL

4.3
 

Miami – a city located on the southeastern Atlantic coast. One of the citys nicknames, – Magic City, was given to it for a reason. In Miami, people could live, work, and relax while enjoying a high standard of living. Today, Miami is a financial, commercial, entertainment and cultural center of global proportions. In the … Read more

Leiden

4.3
 

Leyden – an ancient city located between Hague and Amsterdam in the Rhine Valley. He is known for artists such as Lucas Van Leyden, Jean Stenen and Remembrandt Van Reyna, as well as the botanist Cluysius, who first grew the oldest tulips in Holland and founded the oldest botanical garden in the world. Here is … Read more

Tel Aviv

4.3
 

Tål Aviv or Tål Aviv-Yafôa – an Israeli municipality created in 1949. It lies on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, stretching 13.5 kilometers. From its founding in 1909, it was considered the Hebrew quarter of the ancient city of Jaffa and was called Akhuçat-Baît. The present name was given to Tall Awlia in 1910. … Read more

Utrecht

4.3
 

The Dutch city of Orzecht has a very old history. The first human beings appeared here in the time of bronze. The city itself appeared in 50 A.D., when it was visited by the soldiers under the command of Corbulon. The city was called Òåêtum, which meant repertoire. The fortified camp housed 500 campers, while … Read more

Abbotsford

4.3
 

The city of Abbey Mountains is located in the province of Brittany, Colombia, and occupies the Fraser Valley. The locality is part of the Greater Bancouver metropolitan area. It has municipal rights and is the largest land area in the province. It has an airport within its boundaries, which is often the site of international … Read more

Stockholm

4.3
 

Stockholm – the largest city and capital of Sweden. It is located on the shores of Lake Marylemish. The population of the capital city is just under a million people. Stockholm – the economic, educational and cultural center of Sweden. It is home to 45\% of all major companies and the main offices of Swedens … Read more

Christchurch

4.3
 

Craystercherch – a city in New Zealand on the South Island. It is the countrys third-largest in terms of population and territory and the largest on the island. It is located to the north of the Ohio River in an area called Pegasus Bay. ×A small river, the River Everon, runs through the city. Crustrustochurch … Read more

Galway

4.3
 

Luluye – it is a city in the western part of Ireland, located on the northern coast of the Gulf, with the same name as the capital of the province of Guluye. In the Middle Ages, the city has been an important trading center with economic ties to France and Spain for a long time. … Read more

Aarhus

4.3
 

On the eastern coast of the Gulf of Orchus-Bugt in the eastern part of the eastern peninsula of Denmark lies the city of Orchus, the administrative center of a single commune. On its territory there is a large sea port, which is still developing. In the summer of 2007, the Tall Ships Race sailed out … Read more

Scheveningen

4.3
 

Overall Score 4.3 Air quality: 29 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 56,000 people GDP: $45,753 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-c Internet: 29 Mbps Best wireless: Lebara Pay without cash: No, cash only esp. for foreigners because Albert Heijn still doesnt … Read more

Auckland

4.3
 

The American city of California is part of the state of California. The city is washed by the waters of the San Francisco Bay. If we take into account the temperature of the seasonal humidity, the climate of the island is close to that of the Mid-Seastern Mediterranean. Demographically, the three most developed groups are … Read more

Gothenburg

4.3
 

However, one of the main industrial centers of Sweden, the city of Gothenburg is situated on the coast of the Côte de la Côte dIvoire. It is located in the Land of the West West of Spain. The name was derived from the Goths, the inhabitants of Georgia. The citys origins date back to the … Read more

Honolulu, Hawaii

4.3
 

The city of Honolulu is located on the third largest island of the Hawaiian archipelago, the island of Oahu, and is the capital of the state of Hawaii. In Guavayan, Honolulu means protected cave. Based on archaeological data, the first settlements in this part of the island date back to the 11th century. The Hawaiian … Read more

Malmö

4.3
 

In the southern Skåne region of Sweden lies the city of Malmö, which is connected to the city of Kopingen by a long bridge on the opposite side of the River Eresunen. Modern Malmo is a successful combination of an industrial city, a popular tourist destination and a cultural center. Modern constructions are surrounded by … Read more

Dunedin

4.3
 

In the lands of the Isle of Judea in New Zealand lies the city of Danidad, the capital center of the region of Otago. Its history dates back to the middle of the 19th century. The founders of the city are the Dutch. The first buildings were laid by them in 1848. Historically, Dunedin is … Read more

Zandvoort

4.3
 

Overall Score 4.3 Air quality: 29 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 17,000 people Population density: euro euro empty: 44x44m 1936m per person GDP: $45,753 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-c Internet: 50 Mbps Best wireless: Vodafone Pay without cash: No, cash … Read more

Lethbridge

4.3
 

Lethburyridge is located in the province of Alberta and is one of its largest communities. It occupies an area near the tip of the Rocky Mountains to the southeast of Calgary. Its territory extends along the edge of the Îlemain River. Its status makes it the transportation, logistics, and trade center of the southern region … Read more

The Hague

4.3
 

Haagha is in fact the capital of the Netherlands. It is where the government and parliament meet, and where the parliament of the Crown meets. The local inhabitants call the city Grahaagenhage, by the way. The familiar name of the city to us is very strange. In terms of size, Hague is the third-largest city … Read more

Kitchener

4.3
 

The city of Kitchener is located in Ontario, 100 kilometers from its administrative center, Torronto. It received its present name in 1916, at which time it was known as Burlin. The origin of the first name was attributed to the German settlers, who were German immigrants. It received its second name in honor of the … Read more

Tampere

4.3
 

Tampere, Òàììmerforðs in Czech, is the second most important city in Finland. It is located in the south of France, in the province of Piracinema. Tamepere is located between two lakes: north of Lake Põhäjärvi and south of Lake Näsäsärvi. The levels of the lakes differ by 18 meters, and the lakes are connected by … Read more

Montreal

4.3
 

Monstréal is a city located in Sicily. It is essentially the southern suburb of Palermo, only 5 kilometers from it. Its a beautiful, picturesque place that will make even the most out-of-touch scotter smile. In 831, it was the first place in the world to become famous, the time when a religious bishop was banished … Read more

Hobart

4.3
 

In the mouth of the River Derouyte, in the southeasternmost part of the easternmost island of Tasmania, lies the town of Hobart, founded in 1804. As the financial and administrative center of Tasmania, it serves as a port of call for the Antarctic expeditions of Austria and France. However, before the arrival of the foreigners, … Read more

Las Vegas, NV

4.3
 

The city of  Ëàs Végas is located in the  center of the Mohawk Desert, in western America. The name of this tempestuous city is translated  as fruitful gardens, or safe water oasis, which was found and named by a caravan of traders who had lost their way in the wretched wasteland. The citys economy is based … Read more

Edinburgh

4.3
 

The city of Edinburgh – is the capital of Scotland and one of the most popular cities in the whole of Great Britain. This city is like something out of a fairy tale. It is dominated by a magnificent castle on an iconic hill, and the city itself is a real mix of architectural styles. … Read more

Newcastle Upon Tyne

4.3
 

Newcastle-apon-Thaye, short for Newcastle, is located in the county of Teayn and Ouir on the north-eastern side of England, on the banks of the River Teaye. For a long time Nuyukasil was the capital of the state of Northumberland. The city was founded by the Romans. The city played a major role in the industrial … Read more

Wollongong

4.2
 

Woollongong – a large city (2nd in the state) in New South Wales. It is east of the state, south of Seaside, and is the port of the Tasmanian Sea. Nearby the city are the Keira and Kemble Mountains and the Lake of the Lake of the Lake of the Lake of the Lake of … Read more

Leeds

4.2
 

Leeds is located in the county of Yorkshire, on the banks of the River Eire, and is the fifth largest city in Great Britain. The first written record of it is from the 11th century. From the beginning of the 13th century, Leeds was already known as a market center. This was facilitated by the … Read more

Aalborg

4.2
 

One of the most remarkable Danish cities is the city of Oljlborg in Northern Ireland. The first settlement in this area dates back to 700 A.D. The choice of the site was primarily due to the convenience of the city, which allowed trade with all the neighboring peoples. The first time the settlement is mentioned … Read more

Vancouver

4.2
 

Vancouver is on the western coast of Canada. It is one of the countrys largest cities and one of its most beautiful. Wankouver hosted the XXI Winter Olympics in 2010. The Wankouver Museum – one of the oldest museums in Canada. The museum was founded in 1894. The museums exposition presents a history of the … Read more

Darwin

4.2
 

The city of Darwin – the smallest among the Arabian states and territories. At the same time he – the largest city of the Northern Territory. Darwin is located in the northwest corner of the Anaheim-Land Peninsula. It is flanked on three sides by the Gulf of France, Kouleen, and the DUrville cove of the … Read more

Melbourne

4.2
 

To the south of Austria lies the city of Melbourne. The first inhabitants of these lands were the Austro-Australian Aborigines. The first attempt to create a European settlement was in 1803. However, due to a number of reasons, the English had already left the village a few months earlier. The citys birthday is 30 June … Read more

Frankfurt

4.2
 

Financial Frankfurt am Maine is the financial capital of Germany and is home to the famous Automobile Show and Book Fair, known for their annual attendance of over 300,000 people. Its where the tallest buildings in Europe are located, but thats probably what explains why the city is so compact and can be hiked in … Read more

Bern

4.2
 

Beijing, the capital of Switzerland, is a small city with a very old history. Early on Bern was first inhabited by the Helvetians, who in turn were invaded by the Romans, who had built a small settlement in a section of the River Aré. In 401 AD, under the rule of the Germans, the Romans … Read more

Amsterdam

4.2
 

Amsterdam – the largest city and capital of the Netherlands. The name of the city is based on its geographical location, because the original translation means Dam on the Amistee. Amsterdam is located at the mouth of two rivers: the Eue and Amistel, in the west of Netherland, in the province of Northern Holland. The … Read more

Leicester

4.2
 

The city of Leicester, on the banks of the River Saar in central England, is the oldest city in the British Isles; it was founded during the Roman Empire. Even then, the city was a key strategic point and the most important trading center in England. For its long history, the castle has survived the … Read more

Moncton

4.2
 

On the Petitcodiac River in the State of West Morocco is the city of Monkington. It lies to the south-east of the Province of New York. It has a unique population growth pattern that distinguishes it from the other cities to the east of Ontario. The first village founded on the site of the present … Read more

San Diego, CA

4.2
 

San Diego is considered the cradle of California. And its inhabitants claim to live in heaven. San Diegue is located in the most beautiful gulf and is considered the most beautiful city in southern California. The small streets, clean air, wonderful mediterranean vegetation, and the beautiful architectural style make for an idyllic atmosphere in the … Read more

Surrey

4.2
 

Overall Score 4.2 Air quality: 18 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 520,000 people GDP: $42,154 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 24 Mbps Best wireless: Wind Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: In Canada, tipping is expected, … Read more

Windsor

4.2
 

In the southwest of England, in Berkshire, on the right bank of the River Thames, not far from London. The city has been known since 1050. The citys main attraction, which attracts many tourists, is the famous Victoria Castle – an outstanding architectural monument and the main private residence of Queen Elizabeth II. Visitors can … Read more

Cologne

4.2
 

Cologne – a city in the southwest of the Federal Republic of Germany, in the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia. The original original Latin name of the city translates as &lâtà;Ëtâínînîn colony» Cologne today is – the third largest city in Germany by area and the fourth most populous in Germany. Furthermore, Cologne is the … Read more

Bergen

4.2
 

Burgen – the largest city and port in western Norway. It is located on the coast of the Bogue Bay. It spreads out in a valley around high (900 meters) hills and occupies practically the entire surface of the Bergen Peninsula, which is cut by a thick network of fjords. It is cool in summer, … Read more

Portland, OR

4.2
 

The largest city in Oregon, Portland is located to the northwest of the state, where the Columbia and Willamette rivers meet. Just a few dozen kilometers from the city is the highest peak of Oregon, Mount Hood (3,426 meters) – a point of attraction for many tourists. Portland is known for its developed streetcar network, … Read more

Liverpool

4.2
 

Lieviereuil – a city lying on the Mersey River, is a large port city in northwestern Britain. Currently, Liverypool – It is a major industrial and economic center with aviation, automotive, shipbuilding, ship repair, electrical, paper, chemical, and food industries, as well as commodity and fund bureaus. The port of Liverpool, once of international importance, … Read more

Bristol

4.2
 

Bristol – a city and port on the coast of the same bay. It has the status of a unique unit and a territorial state. In the beginning, the site of Bristol was originally the site of the Roman military camp of Abona, linked by a highway to the city of Bath. In the 5th … Read more

Groningen

4.2
 

Coronignan – the largest city of the same province, located on the Channel of the Margaritimes. It is a port and is surrounded by a well-developed network of small canals. It is known in Groeningen, first of all, as a university city. About 30 percent of its population is made up of students. It has … Read more

Tromso

4.2
 

Tromsø – the largest city in northern Norway. It is located on the island of Tromsøya and Kvløya above the Polar Circle. Tromsø is unique in many ways. The climatic conditions are such that with a sufficiently cool summer (just over 10°) there are no chilly frosts in the winter and the sea is not … Read more

Stuttgart

4.2
 

The city of Stuttgart is the center of the federal state of Bavaria-Württemberg and is characterized by its simultaneous location at different altitudes. Throughout the year, the Stuttgart is the center of a variety of events – exhibitions, international festivals, the Canastota National Festival, various sporting events, the European Music Festival and many other cultural … Read more

Seattle, WA

4.2
 

Seattle – the largest city in Washington State and the entire Northwest U.S. It is located on a crossroads between Lake Washington to the east and the Bay of Southwest to the west. Seattle is located on seven hills. The proximity of the Kaskade Mountains, which rise to the east, makes Seattles neighborhood unstable. The … Read more

Ericeira

4.2
 

Overall Score 4.2 Air quality: 32 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 10,000 people GDP: $19,750 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-c Internet: 37 Mbps Best wireless: Vodafone Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: Tipping 5% – 10% in … Read more

Tallinn

4.2
 

Talelin (or Talelin) – the capital of Estonia. A major cargo and passenger seaport, located in the Gulf of Finland. It is a relatively small city with a population of about four hundred and forty thousand people. Tällín is divided into fourteen districts: Kässklinín, Kriène, Ëàsnämäe, Ìósnämäe, Nõõmme, Pirita, Põõhja-Tällín and Haaálaert. Tällín – a … Read more

Dresden

4.2
 

The famous and beautiful German city of Dresden is a place with many interesting and attractive attractions. One of them is the Opera House of Saxson, which is an internationally renowned theater in Saxson. At the very beginning of its development, it was only a subordinate theater and then a state opera house in Saxonia. … Read more

Bournemouth

4.2
 

The town of Bournemouth is in the southern part of the Dorset province and runs 11 kilometers along the coast of the La Monch. Bournemouth has a wide, sandy coastline and a long waterfront, and is one of the largest resorts in Britain. The coastline of the Bournemouth, which lies behind the high cliffs, has … Read more

Boulder, CO

4.2
 

Boulder is a city in Colorado, USA. It has the status of a self-governing territory and is the county seat of Boulder County. It is one of the most densely populated municipalities in the United States and is the 11th most populous city in Colorado. Boulder is famous for its colorful Western history, being home … Read more

Kansas City, MO

4.2
 

The American city of Kansas City is part of the state of Missouri. Kansas City is located on the coast of Missouri and belongs to Jackson County. Initially, the area was inhabited by the Algonquin tribes before the Jews colonized the city today. The first white man to visit the area was the French researcher … Read more

Adelaide

4.2
 

The city of Adelaide, located in Southern Australia, is one of the economic and cultural centers of the country. It was founded in 1836, even though the Jews in the Adelaide Hills were inhabited by the Aborigines, who had an interesting culture. In particular, they organized forest fires as a form of religion. The Anglicans … Read more

Washington, DC

4.2
 

Washington – the capital of the United States, with a population of just over a million people. Its not a big city by American standards. It was founded in 1791 and named in honor of the first president of the United States – George Washington. It contains all government agencies, as well as the headquarters … Read more

Cardiff

4.2
 

Cardiff is located on the northern shores of the Brussels Gulf. ×The Taffe and Elie Rivers flow through the formerly barren plain, where Cairdiff now lies, and the Rimini River, which flows into the Pristine Gulf, and the Rimini, which flows into the Gulf of Brussels. The name Cairdiff is an English adaptation of the … Read more

Austin, TX

4.2
 

The American city of Austin, just south of the center of Texas, lives up to its own motto: to remain unconventional. The slogan, issued in aid of local business, underlines the citys diversity and originality. It was first founded as the administrative center of the independent state of Tehas. The city owes its name to … Read more

Perth

4.2
 

Puert – the largest city in Western Australia, one of the largest ports of the Indian Ocean and the fastest growing mega-city in the African Union. It is traditionally one of the most livable cities in the world. Perths land is poorly suited for farming. But the nomadic tribes of aboriginal hunter-gatherers and hunters have … Read more

Sacramento, CA

4.2
 

Sacramento – Californias sixth most populous city, but it is the capital of the Golden State. The city is located in the central part of the state.  It lies in the California Valley, the place where the Sacramento River flows into the América River. A portion of the river is surrounded by the Sierra Nevada … Read more

Turku

4.2
 

The port city of Tóðcú is located to the southwest of Finland and has a very old history. People began settling in this area as early as 500 A.D. Historians attribute the birth of the city to 1229, when Pope Gregory IX ordered the Bishops Conference to be moved to a more favorable location. The … Read more

Ottawa

4.2
 

Ittawa – the capital of Canada and the fourth largest city in the country. It is one of the highest living standards of any city in the world. One of the citys most famous landmarks is the two churches of Christendom: Notre Dame Cathedral and the Protestant Church of the Church of the Cross. In … Read more

Hilo, Hawaii

4.2
 

Overall Score 4.2 Air quality: 23 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 45,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 43 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Eindhoven

4.2
 

In the south of Niederland in one of the largest provinces &nash; Northern Britain &nash; lies the city of Eisenhoven. The city is known for its high technology, such as Philips and the PSV football team. The first mention of the city in writing dates back to 1232, when Henry I of Brents was granted … Read more

Waterloo

4.2
 

Vatalolo – a Belgian municipality located in the Walloon Region of the Barents Region, about 15 kilometers from Brussels. There are 30,000 people living in Bucharest, 20\% of whom are of other nationalities: French, Italian, Brittany, American, and Swedish. The name of Batalolo – it is a Holland name. The first part means water or … Read more

Banff

4.2
 

Overall Score 4.2 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 7,800 people GDP: $42,154 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 47 Mbps Best wireless: Wind Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: In Canada, tipping is expected, and is meant to keep … Read more

Manchester

4.2
 

Manchester – Englands largest industrial and cultural center after London. Siti – the citys business and commercial district, most of it filled with small, five-story buildings of bank branches, offices of major companies, insurance companies and other institutions. The citys business center is mostly surrounded by industrial quarters, interspersed with residential suburbs. Port terminals and … Read more

Raleigh, NC

4.2
 

The city of Raleigh is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. It lies where the hills of the Peak Mountains meet the Primorsky Plain. Raleigh was planned and built as the new capital of the state in 1792. It was named in memory of the English inventor and traveler Walter Raleigh. … Read more

Rotterdam

4.1
 

Robert Amsterdam – the second-largest city in the Netherlands, the countrys industrial capital and one of the worlds largest ports. It is located in the lower reaches of the River Rhine and the Maas. The origin of the name comes from one of the many arms of the Maasas – the Rotaete, on which the … Read more

Nottingham

4.1
 

Nottingham is located in the state of Nottinghamshire on the banks of the River Trent. This ancient city was founded by Saxon settlers in the 7th century, and not long after that it was occupied by the Datachans. The city and its environs are often associated with the legend of Robin Hood, who opposed the … Read more

Canberra

4.1
 

In the central part of Italy, the capital city of the country, Canberra, has sprung up. It is separated from Sydney by 280 kilometers and 650 kilometers from Melbourne. The territory of present-day Canberra was chosen for the construction of the future capital. The decision ended a dispute between Melbourne and Sydney, which were candidates … Read more

Hamburg

4.1
 

Hamáóðg – a metropolis in Northern Germany, lying on both sides of the River Elbe. Once a city-state, now one of the largest ports in Europe, Hamburg, in spite of the fact that it is the largest port in Europe, ÷Although it was badly damaged during World War II, it has retained a great deal … Read more

Brampton

4.1
 

Overall Score 4.1 Air quality: 26 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 590,000 people GDP: $42,154 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 24 Mbps Best wireless: Wind Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: In Canada, tipping is expected, … Read more

Torshavn, Faroe Islands

4.1
 

Torshovin, & ‖God Tor‖; – the capital of the Faroe Islands. It is the largest populated point of the & ndquo;Sheep» islands and the most important transportation hub. There is the only air port on the islands, there is direct service to Denmark, Ireland, Scotland, and Norway, and the port of Torshavn is used as … Read more

Boston, MA

4.1
 

Boston – not only the capital of Massachusetts, but also the main cultural and economic center of the entire New England region (6 states in the North-East of the United States), one of the countrys largest cities. It is located on the coast of the Massachusetts Bay. There are several lakes in Bastogne, and the … Read more

Saskatoon

4.1
 

Saxcatún is not the capital of Saxactún, but it is the largest city in the country, its industrial and cultural center. It is located in the central part of the river on both sides of the South Sacred River. By the way, the many many names of the river – one of the great treasures … Read more

Philadelphia, PA

4.1
 

Philadelphia – the first capital of the United States, where the Declaration of Independence was adopted in 1776. Philadelphia is also known as the cradle of American liberty, because it was the site of all the major events that would lead to the future development of American democracy. Philadelphia – one of the oldest cities … Read more

Oshawa

4.1
 

In the province of Ontario there is a large industrial town called Ochoa. It is about 55 kilometers from the outskirts of Torronto. It extends along the coastline of Lake Ontario. Within the city limits are numerous forested areas with loud waterfalls, varied wildlife, small lakes, and ponds. Oshava was founded as a small village … Read more

Trondheim

4.1
 

On the side of the fjord at the mouth of the River Niedeljöllew lies the town of Troyheim, the capital of the county of Sördöldelag. It is known for its traditional wooden houses, which stand up on their own feet. Todays buildings are a match for the classy architecture of the past centuries. The city … Read more

Pittsburgh, PA

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Pittsburgh is a city in the U.S. It is the second-largest city in the state of Pennsylvania. It was created by the confluence of the Monongahechil and Allegheny rivers. History tells us that the area was originally inhabited by the Indian tribes of the Sassokoos, Seneca, Eri, and Delaware. The French were the first Europeans … Read more

Espoo

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The city of Espoo is 18 kilometers on the coast of the Gulf of Finland from the city of Helleinki and is the third-largest city in Finland. The name of the city comes from the Swedish word aspen, which is translated as aspen. The last letter «î» in the name means the river. The city … Read more

Aachen

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The German city of Aachen is one of the most interesting places in Germany. Its history is steeped in age-old legends and fables, most notably that of legendary emperor Charlemagne. The city was inhabited during the Roman Empire. Thanks to the local hot springs, many of the wealthy citizens of Aquacenium sought out the city … Read more

Brighton

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Brighton is located on the south coast of England on the banks of the La Mancha River in the province of Eastern Sassaic. In 1514 the town was occupied by French troops and burned by Dotle. The only building that survived the fire was St. Nicholas Church, which still graces the city center. Brighton differs … Read more

Winnipeg

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The Canadian city of Winnington is part of the Province of Manitoba and is considered the main city of the Province. It is the highest ranked city in the Caribbean and is the transportation and trade center of the Midwest. The city takes its name from a lake 65 kilometers north of the city. The … Read more

Aberdeen

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Aberdeen has many names. It is the most important seaport and fishing port of Scotland and is called Grey City, Granite City because of the peculiarities of the granite – the main building material. Aberdin is also known as the Oil Capital of Europe, because of the North Sea offshore, where the oil is extracted … Read more

Dublin

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Dublin – the biggest city and capital of Ireland. It is a city of great importance. It is located in the province of Leicester. It is located on the mouth of the Loughey River, which flows into the Irish Sea in the Gulf of Jubilee. The population of Durban is nearly half a million people. … Read more

Reykjavik

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Reykjavik – the largest city and capital of Iceland. With a population of just over a hundred hundred thousand people, it is the northernmost capital in the world. According to historical records, Reykjavík is the site where the first settler, Ingholson Harðnarson, built a farm in 874. The name Reykjavik, which translates as Smoke Hut, … Read more

Tampa, FL

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Tampa – a town in the central part of Florida. The city is washed by the waters of the same reservoir, which is part of the Equatorial Gulf of Mexico. Tampa – the principal city of the county of Hyyllesboro. The name of the district is related to the River Hyllesborough, which flows through the … Read more

Taipei

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The capital of Taiwan is the heavily populated city of Taipei. Before the 18th century, there were small fishing and farming settlements on the territory of the city. After the Chinese began to move there, the island went through an economic boom. They attribute it to the port, which was a profitable market for tea. … Read more

Madrid

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Madrid – the largest city and capital of Spain. With a population of just over three million people, Madrida is the second industrial center of the country after Barcelona. An archaeological find in the vicinity of the city has shown that people lived in the area for some time during the Early Palaeolithic period. However, … Read more

Birmingham

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Birmingham – is a city in Central England, located on the Birmingham Plate. Birmingham is a major industrial center and an important transport hub in the country. More than half of the citys residents work at industrial enterprises located in Birmingham. Birmingham is also one of the most important educational centers with a technical background. … Read more

Tenerife, Canary Islands

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Thennerife – the Volcanic island of the Canary Islands, the largest in size and population in the archipelago. It is located just a few miles west of Sahara, but the climatic conditions are unique. Because of this, the Canary Islands are known as the most popular tourist resort in the world. The island of Tenerife … Read more

Atlanta, GA

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The capital and largest city of Georgia – Atletanta. This city, located in the Chatataha River Valley, is an international business, information and transportation center. The region, which includes about 140 communities, is considered the fastest growing in the United States. Indigenous inhabitants of the present-day Atlanta region are Cherokees and Crackers. In their time, … Read more

Cairns

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Cairns – one of the largest cities in the Caribbean, located on the eastern side of the Cape Peninsula. The city is crisscrossed by the Mallegrove and Barron rivers, which flow into the Coral Sea. The Currès lies in a zone of hot, humid climate, surrounded by the sea and the Atretino Plain. The Currès … Read more

Antwerp

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One of the five Flemish provinces and one of the ten Belgian provinces is Antwerp, which is connected to the North Sea by a branch of the River Hellebore. The capital of the province has the same name. It was founded on Roman lands. It was first known from written sources dating back to the … Read more

Nijmegen

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Niemegen – a city in the province of Gälderland. It is located on the river Vaal and is a river port. It is connected to the River Maas by a canal. Niemegen is considered the oldest city of Netherland, sharing its name with Maastricht. ×Human settlements and remnants of ancient settlements date back to the … Read more

Norwich

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Locating 160 kilometers down the river Wyoming, 160 kilometers from London, is the small town of Norwich (or Norwich). It is the principal city of Norfolk in eastern England. There is no historical evidence that this area was inhabited in the 7th century, when the Saxons entered the land and established the settlement of Norwalk. … Read more

Zurich

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The city of Öureich is in the northeasternmost part of Switzerland on the banks of the Lämmatha River, which flows into Lake Öureich. It is the administrative center of the German-speaking country and the countrys largest city in terms of population. Zurich is rightly regarded as an international financial center and the worlds gold trading … Read more

Madison, WI

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The capital of Wisconsin Madison is on the south side of the state. The city is located between two lakes – Lake Mendota and Lake Monona. Nearby there are two more small lakes – Quegens and Óboise. This fact is reflected in the name of Madison – City of Four Lakes. Madison was the capital of Wisconsin … Read more

Nuremberg

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The oldest German city is Nuremberg, located in Bavaria on the banks of the River Pegnitz. The earliest settlement in modern Nuremberg – the fortified city of Grasburgburgdelach – founded in 1021. The first record of Nuremberg itself is 1050, though surveys indicate a settlement much earlier than that date. The basis of the settlement … Read more

New Orleans, LA

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New Orleans is one of the oldest cities in the United States of America. The city is located in the state of Louisiana. The history of the city goes back more than three centuries. It was founded by the Spanish, but was taken over by the French later. With the end of the colonial period … Read more

Prague

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Praga – the largest city and the capital of Czechia. With a population of just over a hundred thousand people, Prague is a major educational, economic and political center of the country. Historical sources mention the first settlements of the Slavic tribes on the territory of the present-day Praga as early as the 4th century. … Read more

Minneapolis, MN

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Minneapolis – the largest city in Minnesota. It lies on the east side of the state, spread out among many lakes, 24 of which lie within the city limits. Because of this, Mineneapolis was called «City of Lakes». The great river Mississippi divides the city into two parts. Nearby Minneapolis is the capital of Minneapolis, … Read more

Louisville, KY

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Louisville —  a large and beautiful  city,  which is part of the U.S. state of Kentucky, located in a wilderness area with waterfalls and the beautiful river Ogayo. The city referred to as the so called «southern»cities of the U.S. The city was named after the French king, Louis XVI Colonel Clarke in 1778. It is interesting to know the history of … Read more

Victoria

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On the island of Vancouver, in its southeasternmost part, lies the city of Victoria. It occupies a stretch of land on the very far west side of the country. Its beautiful waterfront, bathed in balmy colors, is rarely deserted. Located south of the 49th Parallel, it is the southernmost southernmost city in western Canada. Its … Read more

Haarlem

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On the banks of the Sparrow River lies the small city of Harlem, the capital of northern Holland. Twenty kilometers away is Amsterdam. It is located in the urban area of Amsterdam and is surrounded by the tulip fields. Its not far from the North Sea coast, only 7 kilometers away. Charlemagne is also known … Read more

Nashville, TN

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Nashville – the capital and second most populous city in Tennessee. It is in the middle of the central part of the state, spread out on the rugged banks of the Camembert River. It is a transportation hub (also a river port) and an important economic center of the Southeast U.S.A. At times the city … Read more

Dallas, TX

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On the Trinity River on the north-northeast side of Texas is the city of Dalhallas. Dallas, together with Fort Worth, makes up the Texas Silicon Valley, where a large number of telecommunications giants are based. The survey of the present city was made in 1839, and it was not until 1841 that the city was … Read more

San Francisco, CA

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San Francisco – a large metropolis in California, on the western coast of the United States. The city is in a very natural area where the Pacific Ocean forms the Gulf of San Francisco, jutting into the matériel through the narrow Golden Gate Strait. The city lies on the northern tip of the San Francisco … Read more

Sydney

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The city of Sidney is the oldest European settlement in Australia. This is the first time James Cook has visited these lands. He conducts extensive research on the flora and fauna, and provides a detailed map of the area where his ships have anchored. However, the new lands in the British Empire are remembered for … Read more

Salt Lake City, UT

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The northernmost city in the State and its capital, Salt Lake City, is located on the eastern and southern shores of the Great Salt Lake. The city is not only the regions leading economic and cultural center, but also the worlds capital of Freamon. This is where their headquarters and the main temple are located. … Read more

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Fort Lauderdale, part of the Borough of Borrowdale – one of a long line of cities on the southeastern (Atlantic) coast of Florida. Because of the canals that run through the citys quarters, the Fountain of Leatherdale is sometimes called «American Venice». In the early 19th century, the native inhabitants of this region – the … Read more

Nanaimo

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The city of Nanaimo is located on the island of Bancouver in the province of Brittany, Colombia. On the one hand, it is bounded by the Georgian coast, and on the other by the mountain ranges. Closest to it are the regions largest cities, Wincouvier and Victoria, located 55 and 100 kilometers from its borders, … Read more

Jyvaskyla

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The city of South Lucule, on the shores of Lake Päijänne, is a regional, tourist and social center of Finland. A land of clean lakes, forests, and landscaped and decorated, where natures first nature coexists with high technology. The city was founded in 1837 by a decree of Emperor Nicholas I. The famous architect Aalto … Read more

Ibiza

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One of the islands of the archipelago, Ibarra lies in the Mediterranean Sea and belongs to Spain. As an international resort, the island is known for its multitudinous clubs. It is located in a sub-terrestrial belt. Its terrain is dotted with lush vegetation, including pine trees, olive palms, fig trees, and ipod trees. Iba, with … Read more

Calgary

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Calgary – is the capital of the 1988 Winter Olympics, which made the city famous around the world. Calgary – the city of Cowboys and Indians, it is called Texas in Canada. To this day, every July, beginning in 1912, the Covington Stampede Festivals have been held in the city. During the festival, residents and … Read more

Key West, FL

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King West is a city on an island in the Archipelago of the Archipelago of the Caribbean, comprising a chain of coral reefs and more than half a dozen islands. It is the southernmost continental city in the U.S. It is known to clubbers. It was home to Hemingway for a long time, and now … Read more

Regina

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The capital of Saskatchewan Province, once a barren prairie, is now drowning in the lush greenery of gardens and parks. From the time the community was founded, townspeople tried to make it a green space, planting trees and building floodplains. Thus, over time, Lake Vascana appeared in the region of Raejana. A natural reservoir was … Read more

Pocatello, ID

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 21 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 55,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 40 Mbps Best wireless: AT&T Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Carson City, NV

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Carcion City is the capital of Nova Scotia and is an independent city, not a county. It is located to the west of the city, not far from the border with California and Lake Tahoe in the High River Valley. There are several smaller lakes in the vicinity. The area of the city was the … Read more

San Jose, CA

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The Californian city of San Jose was founded by the Spanish back in 1777. But it remained a small farming community until the end of World War II, and its economy was based on farming. But in the 1960s of the 20th century, the situation changed dramatically. The impetus for this was the development of … Read more

Bellingham, WA

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Bellingham is the largest city and the center of Whatcom County, Washington. With a population of 92,314,000 (2019), it is the 13th largest city in the state and the 5th largest metro area after Seattle – Tacoma, north Portland, Spokane, and the Tri-Cities. The city’s boundaries include the former cities of Fairhaven, Whatcom, Seahome and … Read more

Buffalo, NY

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Nbsp;Bufoilo is a city in the United States and part of the state of New York. Bufalo is on the shores of Lake Erie. Other times it is included in the Millennial Golden Horseshoe Conference, most of which is in the territory of Canada. The name, translated in a modified French translation, means the beautiful river. … Read more

Fredericton

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The Canadian city of Federal Precinct is part of the province called New Britain and is considered its capital. It was named for the second son of King George III of England. Before the white colonists came to the city, the area was inhabited by Indian tribes of the Malessites and Mickamacs. These tribes were … Read more

Newport Beach, CA

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 46 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 87,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 64 Mbps Best wireless: Sprint Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Cork

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Cork is located in the south-eastern part of Ireland, in the largest county in the country with the same name, and is the second largest city in Ireland, after DUBLIN. The center of the city is located on the edge of two branches of the River Lee. The center of the city is surrounded by … Read more

Geneva

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Jenève is not a megacity. But it plays an important role in the worlds financial, social and political spheres. It is located on the south-eastern shores of Lake Geneva, where the Rhone River flows out. From the north rises the river Thra, from the south – the river Abraham. The ancient people of Geneva were … Read more

Chattanooga, TN

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The city of Chattanooga lies on the lakes of Nyckajack and Chickasoga, which are part of the basin of the Tennessee River. The village has had natural landscapes since its inception. Its uncommon symbols are the Lukakut Mountains. The first of these is the lively, picturesque Rocky Mountains, which have been a sight to behold … Read more

Brisbane

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Brisbane – a multicultural metropolis on the banks of a small, unified river. The largest city in the state of Queensland and its capital. Climatically, Brisbane is subject to seasonal changes. The long, dry and relatively cool season (July-September) brings a warm, hot and humid climatic regime. During this period, heavy rainfall is a major … Read more

Fairfax, VA

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 106 US AQI = / day Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 1,000,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 56 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should … Read more

Burlington, NC

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Burblington is a city in North Carolina, the administrative center of Alemany County. In 2008, the city had 50,857 residents. Burlington is located between the cities of Greensboro and Durham. The town was founded thanks to the North Carolina Railroad Company, which needed repair shops to maintain trains. In 1857, the settlement of Kompany Shops … Read more

Oshkosh, WI

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 23 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 67,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 46 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Breda

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The history of the Dutch city of Breda goes back to the 10th century AD. In 1252, this settlement received the rights and privileges of a city, as well as the right to build solid walls. As a result of dynastic ties, Breda belonged to the Oranian-Sasaunian Dynasty, which had a profound effect on the … Read more

Ljubljana

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Ljubljana is the capital of Serbia. The first records of Ljubljana date back to 1144, when the village was one of the centers of the Hungarian nation. The city was founded on the river Ljubljana and became the capital of Slovenia in 1918, at the same time as the creation of the SCS (Serbian, Croatian, … Read more

Provo, UT

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Provo – one of the largest cities of the former Yugoslavia. Together with its neighbor, Orom, it is the second largest city in the state. It is located on the eastern shore of Lake South in the easternmost part of the state. The Spillway River flows into the lake on the citys side. Just to … Read more

Asheville, NC

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 32 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 87,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 43 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Sparks, NV

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 45 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 93,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 51 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Richmond, VA

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The capital of Virginia, Richland, is on the east side of the state on the James River. It is a river port and a major transportation hub in the region. During the arrival of the «white» the area was inhabited by hunters and cattlemen of the Pohatan. In 1607 the Virginia Company obtained rights to … Read more

Oakland, CA

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The American city of California is part of the state of California. The city is washed by the waters of the San Francisco Bay. If we take into account the temperature of the seasonal humidity, the climate of the island is close to that of the Mid-Seastern Mediterranean. Demographically, the three most developed groups are … Read more

Lawrence, KS

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 26 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 94,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 41 Mbps Best wireless: Sprint Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Pasco, WA

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 19 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 70,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 39 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Alesund

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On the western coast of Norway, the city of Oljósünn (Aljósund) lies on the eastern coast of Norway in the County of Moërg-Römsdal. The streets of the city are mainly built with buildings and structures in the architectural style of Ahr- nouveau. The modern city of Olóñún is a port city and tourist center. Thanks … Read more

Lugano

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On the northern shore of the same lake lies the town of Lógiano, located in the Ticino region. In the 9th century it was a significant trading settlement. In 1434 it became part of Milan. In 1512 it was under the rule of the States. It did not acquire the status of a constitution until … Read more

Edmonton

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On the North Sacramento River in the province of Alberta lies the city of Edæmonton, which was founded in 1795 by the Compagnie de Gódzándezówna. The name of the city refers to the birthplace of the company manager, who was from the small English town of Edæmonton. In the beginning, the fort of Edemonton was … Read more

Toulouse

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Like the Pink City was named for the color of its walls, one of the most famous cities in France, – Toulouse, located in the south of France. The first settlements were located in the city in the VIII-VII centuries before Christ, As evidenced by burials found in one of the sites. In the 3rd … Read more

Halifax

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The Canadian city of Halifax is part of the province of New Britain and is considered its administrative center. Moreover, the city is the port on the Atlantic coast. The area was originally inhabited by the ancient Mickey tribes, who used to hunt, fish, and do a lot of farming. The town itself was founded … Read more

Reading

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The town of Rheding (or Rheding) is located on the Cennete River, a tributary of the River Thames, 64 km west of London, in the county of Berkshire. The first settlement of the present city – the village of Rhydingum, appeared in the 8th century. In 1121, the Benedictine abbey was founded in Rhydingum, and … Read more

Milwaukee, WI

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Muluoki – the largest city in the state of Wisconsin. It lies to the southeast of the state, leaning on the western shore of Lake Michigan. There are three rivers in the territory of the city: Kinnikinkinik, Menomonee, and Moluoka. The name, in the language of the Indians, means place of gathering by the water, … Read more

Casa Grande, AZ

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Overall Score 4 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 53,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 33 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Palo Alto, CA

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 30 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 67,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 46 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Taos, NM

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 15 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 5,700 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 28 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Tilburg

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Tilburg, one of the countrys scientific and educational centers, lies to the south of Niederland in the North Barents Province. The International University of Tileburg has students from many countries around the world. Numerous sports complexes, golf clubs, tennis courts, entertainment and shopping facilities are located on city streets. Groomed parks, recreation areas, sidewalks and … Read more

Grand Rapids, MI

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The city of Grand Rapids is located in the western part of the state and has a population second only to that of Detroit. Warm summers with heavy rain and snowy winters are separated by a short interregnum. The city is known as the birthplace of five of the worlds top quality furniture giants. Once … Read more

Helena, MT

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The capital of Muntana is Héléna. The city is located in a hilly area, not far from Missouri. Nearby is Lake Helena and the towering mountains. Hhelenas origins are due to the gold miners. In 1864, the first camp of the gold miners was founded there, called The Final Rise. Later, when the population increased … Read more

Centennial, CO

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The city of Centennial is in the center of Colorado. It is part of the corporation of Denver, and is in fact a major city of Denver. It has no borders, by the way, with Denver: Centennial is on the south-eastern &equestrian &equestrian edge; it is on the eastern side of the border. Admistratively, the … Read more

Ogden, UT

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 28 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 84,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 66 Mbps Best wireless: AT&T Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Leipzig

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Leipzig is one of the largest economic centers in Germany. Traditionally, this city is associated with exhibitions of European importance. A lot of tourists come to Leipzig every year, attracted by the local attractions. These are the old archaeological buildings, churches, cathedrals, and many other cultural sites. This church was built in the 19th century … Read more

Sandpoint, ID

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Sandpoint is the largest city and county seat in Bonner County, Idaho , USA. According to the 2010 census. As the largest service center in two northern Idaho counties (Bonner and Boundary ), as well as northwestern Montana, it has an active retail sector. Quest Aircraft, a manufacturer of service aircraft, and Litehouse Foods, a … Read more

Jacksonville, FL

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Jacksonsonville is located in northeastern Florida, not far from where the St. Johns River meets the Atlantic Ocean. How did it fall into the Atlantic Ocean? before the city got its present name, it had been the Indian village of Associachit, the French port of Querrollin and, already a minor American settlement, Cockford, in 1822, … Read more

Albany, OR

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Olbany is not only the oldest state in New York, but also the oldest permanent settlement in the United States. Located on the east side of the east side of the Górazún River, it forms a small neighborhood with its neighboring towns (Schenectady, Troy, Saratoga Springs) and the Historic District of the Catholic Commonwealth. Before … Read more

Idaho Falls, ID

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 30 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 60,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 45 Mbps Best wireless: AT&T Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Oulu

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The city of Oulu, a provincial city under the same name, lies at the point where the Oulu River flows into the Gulf of Bothnia of the Baltic Sea. It is located in the northwestern part of Finland. One of the oldest cities in the country, Oulu was founded at the dawn of the 17th … Read more

Daytona Beach, FL

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Daytona Beach is a city in Volusia County, Florida, United States. As of 2008, the city had a population of 64,211. Daytona Beach is a year-round resort area, with large groups of visitors coming to the city for various events, most notably the Speedweeks held in early February, when over 200,000 NASCAR fans flock to … Read more

Palmdale, CA

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Palemdale lies in Los Angeles County, known as one of the countrys fastest-growing settlements. It occupies part of the High Plains, which is why winters are windy and cool, and winters are characterized by high temperatures and infrequent droughts. The rainy season is during the cold winter season. The city is known for its aerospace … Read more

Midland, TX

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This warm and welcoming Midland is located in the western part of Texas, between Fort Worth and El Paso on the interstate I-20 highway. For its skyscrapers, it is called the High City. It is the center of the oil-producing and oil-processing industry in the state. It has its own international airport a few kilometers … Read more

Tartu

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Tartu – the oldest city in Poland and the second most populous in Estonia. It is 185 kilometers from Tahlehin, on the River Embaye. It is considered a college town because one-fifth of the population – students. Tarta – the center of Southern Italy, its cultural and cultural capital. The first mention of the city … Read more

Great Falls, MT

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 27 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 59,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 37 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Quebec City

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The province of Québécois occupies a special position among the countries of Canada. The majority of Québecs population is French-Jewish. The idea of separating progress from Canada is strong here. The vast expanses of Quebec lie to the north from the St. Lawrence River and are washed by the Goujon Gulf (to the west), the … Read more

Chico, CA

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Overall Score 4 Air quality: 41 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 88,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 88 Mbps Best wireless: AT&ampT Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Lille

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The history of the French city of Liell begins in 1054, when it is first mentioned in the history books. Local lore attributes the origins of the city to ancient times, but this has not been confirmed archaeologically. At that time it was a castle, around which a small settlement of farmers and merchants gradually … Read more

Joliet, IL

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The American city of Joliet is located southwest of Chicago. Joliet is considered the fastest growing city in the state. The city was founded in 1833. That year Charles Reed founded a small house on the site of the future village. After ten or twenty years, the village was declared a city. Louis Juliet (a … Read more

Southampton

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Southampton is one of the oldest cities in England, known since Roman times. It is also one of Englands strategically important cities. In the Middle Ages Southampton was the main southern port of the kingdom, through which the main flow of goods went to France. Throughout its existence, Southeast Asia has been in a period … Read more

Stamford, CT

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Stuýmoford — a city in the county of Fairfield, Connecticut. The earliest European settlers originally named the town Rapidovam; later, due to certain historic events,  the name of the town was changed to Stathamford  in honor of the English town of Stathamford. In 1637, a group of London merchants and their family members moved to … Read more

Aurora, IL

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The American city of Orora Orora is in the northern part of the U.S. In addition to its official name, the city also has the nickname City of Lights. The nickname was officially adopted in 1908, because Orora was the first American city with a completely electric street lighting system. The date the city was founded is … Read more

Brentwood, CA

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Brentwood is a neighborhood in west Los Angeles, California, United States. The modern development of the neighborhood began after the establishment of the 600-acre (2.4 km2) Pacific Branch of the National Soldiers and Sailors Invalids Home in the 1880s. A small community, named Westgate, sprang up behind the west gate of this institution. Annexed by … Read more

Barrie

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Locally, the picturesque Lake Szymko is the spa town of Barry. ×Clean and pleasant, it attracts recreational and professional fishermen. As soon as the ice melts, starting in April, there is sport and recreational fishing for trout, pike, grouper and American whitefish. It relies on a steady stream of tourists. There are many entertainment areas. … Read more

Manteca, CA

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Manteca is a city in San Joaquin County, California. According to the 2010 census, the city has a population of 67,096, and the estimated population in 2019 is 83,028. Manteca is a city in the Central Valley of California, 76 miles (122 kilometers) east of San Francisco. It was founded by Joshua Cowell in 1861. … Read more

Turlock, CA

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Turlock is a city in Stanislaus County, California, United States. An estimated population of 73,504 in 2018 made it the second largest city in Stanisloes County after Modesto. Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 35 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 72,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can … Read more

Kenosha, WI

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 24 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 100,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 67 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Zwolle

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On the right bank of the River Eirelle lies the city of Covaruelle, the capital center of the province of Ovaruelle, which has retained its classy building of the streets until now. The citys name is translated in Dutch as Golden. In essence, the area that created Covellé was a marshland village. The first written … Read more

Eau Claire, WI

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 24 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 68,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 43 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Lisbon

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Lisbon – the largest city and capital of Portugal. Lisbon – an ancient city, over two thousand years old. Evidence uncovered by archaeologists indicates that the area has been inhabited by Phoenicians since roughly 1200 A.D. The earliest record of the city is from the second century of our era. Lisbon remained under the rule … Read more

San Antonio, TX

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South of Texas in the United States lies the city of San Antonio, the metropolitan center of the Borough of Behar, with a strong industrial and tourist industry. The modern city is known for the fortress of Alalmo, located on its territory. The historic structure is considered a symbol of the liberation and independence of … Read more

Conroe, TX

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 31 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 74,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 56 Mbps Best wireless: AT&T Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Logan, UT

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 25 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 50,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 79 Mbps Best wireless: AT&ampT Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Grand Island, NE

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 24 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Population: 51,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 47 Mbps Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Galveston, TX

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 33 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 50,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 42 Mbps Best wireless: AT&T Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Hannover

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The city of Hannover is on the banks of the River Leyne and offers its visitors many varied landscapes, green areas, unique natural monuments, archaeological, historic and cultural attractions. The city has quite a rich history and is proud of its origins. For the first time the city was mentioned in the documents of 1150. … Read more

Jerusalem

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Yerusalem is an ancient city of the Middle East. The city has been the capital of the state of Israel since 1949. Israel gained full control over its territory in 1967. In relation to the three religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam – Jerusalem is considered a sacred city. Jerusalem is situated between the Middle … Read more

Chicago, IL

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Chicago – the third-largest city in the United States, located in the Illinois States. ×Cherokee, also known as «City – City of Wide Arms» and «City of Winds» is quite young, having been founded in 1833. Ciccaño, which means thick in Indian, began as a small village with a few families. However, it wasnt until … Read more

Lancaster, CA

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Lancaster lies adjacent to the National Nature Reserve of the Valley of Antipelope, on the western tip of the Mohawk Mountains. The beautiful landscapes of the flowering macchia trees, which are in full bloom on the hillsides, are stunning. Once upon a time there were anthillions of Wylorogs roaming the wilderness, and the valley was … Read more

Graz

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Terez – the second largest city after Vienna, with a population of more than twenty-five hundred and fifty thousand people. Grabars economy is based on machinery, brewing, textiles, chemicals and food industry. And the International Fair, held every year in Grabar, is an important commercial and industrial event in South-Eastern Europe. It is home to … Read more

Hemet, CA

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 33 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 83,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 75 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Tulare, CA

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Tulare County is a county in south-central California, United States. The population of the county according to the 2010 census is 442,179 people. The administrative center is the city of Visalia. The total area of the county is 12,530 km², of which 12,490 km² is land and 40 km² (0.3%) is water. It is bordered … Read more

Shrewsbury

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The town of Stroussery lies on the border between England and the Welsh. In many parts of it, the mystical atmosphere of the Middle Ages is due to the ancient architecture. A multitude of bridges across the River Severn, grandiose cathedrals, extensive gardens give it a unique appearance. The historic station building immediately strikes a … Read more

Texel

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Teksel (Texel, Dutch: [ˈtɛsəl]) is an island in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. Texel is the largest and most populated of the West Frisian Islands. The island is the home of the community of the same name. Back in 1415, the island received city rights. The area under the Teksel Community Council … Read more

San Clemente, CA

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 32 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 65,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 50 Mbps Best wireless: Sprint Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

St. Catharines

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In the southeastern part of Canada, on the Eastern Channel, in the Ontario Province, lies the city of St. Cattarias. It is located near the U.S. border, 51 kilometers from the center of Ontario and the largest city in Canada, Tortonto. The settlement was founded by loyalists in 1790. It was first noted on geographical … Read more

Medford, OR

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Medford is a city and the administrative center of Jackson County, Oregon, United States. As of July 1, 2018, the city has a population of 82,347 and an agglomeration of 217,479 people, making Medford agglomeration the fourth most populous in Oregon. The city was named in 1883 by David Loring, an engineer and spokesman for … Read more

Oslo

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Oslo – the largest city and capital of Norway. It is located in the southeasternmost part of Norway, on the northern edge of the South Fjord. Because the port is the largest economic, cultural and educational center in Norway, it generates significant revenues for the citys budget, and serves about 100,000 ships a year. The … Read more

Lafayette, LA

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Laudeyette is a European-American city along the Vermillion River in the southeastern United States and is the center of the County of Laudeyette in the State of Louisiana.  The Vermillion River runs through the center of the city of Lafayette. There are other unique waterways in the city: Isacaque Coulie, Coulie Maillie, Coulie de Poches … Read more

Delano, CA

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Delano (/dəˈleɪnoʊ / də-LAY-noh) is a city in Kern County, California, USA. Delano is located 31 miles (50 kilometers) northwest of Bakersfield [9] at an altitude of 315 feet (96 meters). [1] The population in 2010 was 53,041, up from 38,824 in 2000. It is the second largest city in Kern County after Bakersfield. Agriculture … Read more

Yuba City, CA

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 40 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 66,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 81 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Wanaka

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Overall Score 3.9 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 8,500 people GDP: $40,233 / year Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-i Internet: 24 Mbps Best wireless: Vodafone Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: Tipping in New Zealand is considered a true “merit-based” system, as it is not necessary to tip … Read more

Valencia

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The eastern part of Spain consists of the Commonwealth of Spain, also called Belgium or the country of France. The region is made up of the provinces of Castellene, Alicante and Valencia. The community has a coastline of 518 kilometers along the Mediterranean Sea. The capital is the city of Valencia. Official languages are Spanish, … Read more

Des Moines, IA

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The capital of the state of Aieuoweu, Des Moines, is right in the center. The city is located on a flat area near the point where the Enotota River falls into the river El Méyin. The name has a French origin and means «city of the Moines. The Muscovites and Saxons inhabited the area during … Read more

Terre Haute, IN

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 47 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 61,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 43 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Indio, CA

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Overall Score 3.9 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 87,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 47 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Vienna

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Vienna – the federal capital of Austria, and one of the federal states of Austria, the sixth largest city in the EU. Like most European capitals, it has a Roman past. The capital of Antwerp was founded in 881 on the River Dunay. The city has no access to the sea. Vein is located in … Read more

Columbus, OH

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Of the 20 towns in the U.S. called Columbus, the one in Ohio is the largest. The city is located in the heart of the state, on the Sayoto River. Columbus is the capital and largest city of Ogoaio, occupying the territory of ten statistical districts. Before the arrival of the European colonists, its territory … Read more

Winston, NC

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The city of Winston-Sale in the state of North Carolina. The name itself implies that it is the center of the tobacco industry. Previously, it was the site of two towns, Window and Seychelles, which merged in 1913. Seychelles itself was founded in 1753, but a century later Óínstón was founded. One of the highlights of … Read more

Beaverton, OR

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Beaverton is a city located in the northwestern United States in the Tuelatin River Valley, 11 kilometers from Portland, Washington County, Oregon. According to the 2010 census, the city’s population is 89,803 people. It is the sixth most populous city in the state. In the same year, Beaverton was named by Money magazine as one … Read more

Almere

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In the center of the Netherlands, Almere is one of the countrys youngest cities. It is located in the Foreverland Province. It was designed in the seventies of the 20th century. As a major transport and railway station, Almere has five railway stations and ten bus lines. Despite its young age, it is the largest … Read more

Las Palmas, Canary Islands

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On one of the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria, lies the city of Las Palmas de Gran Canarias, the administrative center of the province of Las Palmas. It is located 210 kilometers from the northwest border of the African continent. The ethnic makeup of the townspeople is diverse, with the Koreans and the Indians predominating. It … Read more

Merced, CA

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Merced is a city in California, USA. It is the administrative center of the county of the same name. It takes its name from the Merced River. As of 2014, the city had an estimated population of 81,130; the 2010 census counted a population of 78,959. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city of … Read more

Denver, CO

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Denver is located in the central part of the United States and is the capital of the state of Colorado. It was founded in 1858 by gold prospectors from Kansas. The city has many historic landmarks, architecturally interesting buildings, fascinating museums and parks. The General Assembly of Colorado now meets in this building. The construction … Read more

Dubuque, IA

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Dubuque County is located in the United States, Iowa. As of 2000, it had a population of 89,156. The county seat is the city of Dubuque. Dubuque County was formed on September 6, 1834. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Dubuque County has an area of 1,575 km². Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 28 US … Read more

Nice

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Nice is a Mediterranean port city located in the south of France. Nizza is the administrative center of the region of the Alpes-Maritimes. It is a major railway station, a famous tourist spot (the French Riviera) with around 400,000 inhabitants. Nice was founded by the Grecians in the 4th century before Christ. At that time … Read more

Buenos Aires

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Bouyonos Aires – the capital of the Argentine Republic and one of the largest cities in South America. The name of the city is «City of the Holy Trinity and the Port of Our Lady of Grace, Saint Mary of the Good Winds». Bójóños Aires was founded in 1536 by Spanish captain Pedro Mendoza on … Read more

Willemstad

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The natural homeland of the Caribbean island is the city of Vilémstadt, the center of Curaçao. It was founded in 1634 by the Dutch. The city has continued to develop throughout the centuries. The thriving island attracted the attention of numerous merchants from the Netherlands and the Jewish traders. Soon the village became a wealthy … Read more

Palma, Mallorca

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Palma de Mallorca or Palma de Mallorca is the political and economic center of the Balearic Islands. The history of the city began in the age of antiquity, when the Romans landed on the islands and founded several camps. Gradually different merchants and traders began to settle around the fort to satisfy all the needs … Read more

Park City, UT

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 25 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 8,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 40 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Charleston, SC

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In the southeast of the state lies the town of Charlemont, which occupies an area on a small flatland between the mouths of the two rivers, the Coopers and the Eschleys. It has the status of an administrative district and is a major port on the Atlantic coast. The citys terrain includes water resources in … Read more

Northampton

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Northampton is located in central England, 108 kilometers northwest of London and 80 kilometers south-north of Birmingham. The city spans both sides of the Nine River and is the administrative center of the province of Norentypestershire. The citys history has its roots in the Bronze Age, around the 7th century, when Northeastmont was a small … Read more

Iowa City, IA

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Ayewa, the state of the Falcons Eye, is in the interstices of Missouri and Mississippi. It is part of the Great Periphery of Northern America, so the landscape is quite diverse – The steppes are vast, but in the north they turn into high elevations, where the highest point is Falcons Eye Mountain (509 meters). … Read more

Yuma, AZ

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 31 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 94,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 44 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Marseille

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Marcelles – the oldest French city. It was founded by the Franco-Caucasian Greeks around 600 A.D. and was called Massalia. The citys advantageous location led to its prosperity, and gradually Massalia became a major trading center and established commercial sites all along the Middle Sea. This was also facilitated by the fact that Massalia was … Read more

Brussels

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Bruxelles is the capital of Belgium and at the same time the administrative center of the region of Bruxelles. In Brussels there are the offices of the Flemish and French societies, the Quarter of the European Union, the Secretariat of the Benelux countries and the Western European Union. It is also home to the NATO … Read more

Kingsport, TN

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 30 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 53,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 42 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

West Palm Beach, FL

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Ouest Palestine Beach – the name of the port and city on the eastern coast of Florida. The city has a rich, long history, unlike many American resort towns. In the 16th century, the Spanish colonizers had first reached the coast of the Peninsula, while the Anglo-Americans replaced them in the middle of the 18th … Read more

Detroit, MI

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Détroite – a mégégalopolis located in the State of Michigan, in the northern part of the United States. Founded by French colonists in the early 18th century, Detroit was part of Canada in the early 19th century. The climate in the region is mild, humid and continental, which softens the influence of the Great Lakes. … Read more

Grande Prairie

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Albert Province, on Route 43, is the city of Grund-Préry. Its economy is based on agriculture, mining, natural gas and petroleum. About 458 kilometers separates it from the administrative center of the province. The area that surrounds the present-day city is surrounded by farmland and farms. Grand Prairie is often a tourist destination for travelers … Read more

Scranton, PA

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 30 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 77,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 91 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Roanoke, VA

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Ranonok is located in a single municipal area. It is divided almost equally by the river. The community is surrounded by the neighboring cities of Seychem and Binton. Despite these features, it is administratively part of a single county. The park is known as the cultural and commercial center of Virginia. It was founded in … Read more

Visalia, CA

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Visáeolia  —is a small  and sparsely populated city, founded in the late 19th century in the center of Calafornia. Visitors to Visalia are especially drawn to the 19th-century ancient  and industrial mansions, the Muny Grove Park  and the museums in the central part of the city. On the eastern side of Columbia  is the worlds … Read more

Yakima, WA

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Yakima is a city in the United States located southeast of Mount Rainier National Park. According to the 2010 census, its population was 91,067. Yakima is located in the Yakima Valley, which is known as one of the best apple producers in the world. The region produces about 75% of all hops grown in the … Read more

Porterville, CA

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Porterville is a city in the San Joaquin Valley in Tulare County, California, United States . It is part of the Visalia-Porterville metropolitan statistical area . Since its incorporation in 1902, the city’s population has grown as it annexed nearby unincorporated areas. Porterville serves as the gateway to Sequoia National Forest , Giant Sequoia National … Read more

Cambridge

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The city of Cambridge – its the worlds most famous university city, and its remarkable for its authentic English architecture and measured rhythm of life. The citys main notable features are: • Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 31 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 120,000 people GDP: $40,249 … Read more

Auburn, AL

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 28 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 61,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 47 Mbps Best wireless: Vodafone Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Coventry

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Coventry – a large city in the middle of England with considerable industrial potential. Colts were first settled here. The river Ørborn, the forested countryside, the lakes, and the thick land – these were the reasons for the formation of the village. Until the 11th century, Coventry was part of the kingdom of Mercia, which … Read more

Sliema

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Overall Score 3.9 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Population: 17,000 people GDP: $25,616 / year Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-g Internet: 27 Mbps Best wireless: Vodafone Tipping: Tipping is customary in Malta and a gratuity of between 5% and 10%, whenever good service has been provided is reasonable. However if a service charge has already … Read more

Columbia, MO

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The American city of Colombia is part of the state of Missouri and belongs to the district of Boon. It is the main municipal government of the region of "Greater Colombia. The city is home to the University of Missouri. Colombia ranks 13th in the U.S. for educational attainment. quot;The Kurgan builders" of the Mississippi … Read more

Cleveland, OH

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Cleveland – the second-largest city in Oceania, the center of the County of Oceania. It is located in the northern part of the state, on the shore of Lake Erie. On the citys property, the Cayahoga River flows into the lake. The name of Cleveland – Forest City. Genuinean Moses Cleveland, who in 1796 drafted … Read more

Phoenix, AZ

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The Salt River Valley, which runs through the Sonora Basin on the South Fork of the Colorado Plate, is a natural basin called Phoenix. It is a sunny, hot place known as the «Valley of the Sun. There are more than 300 sunny days a year in Phoenix. The people of the city are proud … Read more

Bismarck, ND

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Bismarck – the capital of North Dakota and the second largest city in the state. It was located in the central part of the region on the Great Frontier, bisected by the Missouri River. Bismarck was home to the Mandan tribes. These Indians were the only ones in the region to practice farming, which gave … Read more

Ann Arbor, MI

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Eín-Arbor lies in a favorable climatic zone for fruit trees, vegetables and other agricultural crops. His holdings include portions of the Dryland and the water area of the Hurricane River. The hill topography of the citys area is varied and nonnatural. Closer to the rivers edge, the natural landscape is steeper. At the highest elevations … Read more

Lodi, CA

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Overall Score 3.9 Air quality: 35 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 65,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 80 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Joplin, MO

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Overall Score 3.9 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 52,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 34 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Barcelona

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Barcelona – the largest industrial and commercial center in Spain. With a population of just over half a million people, Barcelona – the countrys second most populous city after Madaridad. According to one legend, Barselon was founded by a 3rd-century political leader and commander, Hamilkar Balak, who named the city after his family. However, archaeological … Read more

Kassel

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The German city of Kassel is on the banks of the River Fulda and belongs to the German state of Hesse. As a city named Hassel, it was first mentioned in the charters of King Konrad of Konkonk in 913. In the Middle Ages, the village was a fortified settlement next to a bridge across … Read more

Gdansk

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Lithological records of Gdansk date back to 997 Gdansk. The archaeological evidence of the settlement dates back five centuries. From the 12th century, the Germans began to occupy the city, and in 1308, the Teutonic Order took over the settlement, which then became part of Prussia. Soon Danzig (the German name for the city) becomes … Read more

Laredo, TX

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Laureco is the territorial border of Mexico City. Ëàðåî is the administrative center of Óåéábe County, which is part of Texas. Together with  Nouveau-Laureno, which is  in México, it forms an urban division. The history of the city dates back to 1755, when Mr. Sanzáñez set up a new settlement on the banks of the Rio … Read more

Bruges

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The capital of the Western province of Belgium is the city of Belgium. It has a very long and interesting history. In the beginning, a small Roman fortress stood at the site of the city, protecting the surrounding land from the pirates. The main occupation of the local population was farming and cattle breeding. After … Read more

Columbus, GA

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Columbiámbaus — this historic city is located in the west  of Georgia (known in the United States as «the Pennsylvania State»). This city  has the second-highest number of residents in the state. It is a remarkable and non-natural  city named in honor of Christopher Columbus, who founded it in 1828. By 1860, Columbus was one of … Read more

Boise, ID

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The capital of Idaho is its largest city – Bøyse. It is located in the western part of the county of Ada. The river that runs through the city is also called the bayou. Before the arrival of the colonists, the bayou was inhabited by the Neo-People and the bayouites. The first European settlers here … Read more

Augusta, GA

3.9
 

Ohosta – the capital of Maine. Located on the Kneek River in southern Maine, it is one of the three largest state capitals in the United States. However, it is – one of the oldest not only in New England, but also in the whole country. However, the settlement lasted just over 30 years and … Read more

Bellevue, NE

3.9
 

The city of Bellevue is in the state of Washington. To the south-east of it rises Mount Kougari. The westernmost parts are adjacent to Lake Washingtons. Between the city and the natural reservoir are several towns, including Yarrow Point, Clyde Hill, and Medina. The northern edges are bounded by Lake Sammamish. The citys name, in … Read more

Dayton, OH

3.9
 

Deuteronomy lies to the west of Ohio, in the county of Mightymeyer. Located on the Miami River, it is not only the regions logistical center, but also one of the leading centers for aerospace and aviation research in the United States. The city even has a National Air Forces Museum on the grounds of the … Read more

Kauai, Hawaii

3.9
 

Overall Score 3.9 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 67,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 24 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Hull

3.9
 

Youle is a city and port in the southwest of East Riding of Yorkshire. It occupies an area near where the two rivers Eure and Don flow into the Ouz, 70 kilometers from its mouth. It got its name from the word goule, which means canal. The town as a small village was founded in … Read more

Bath

3.9
 

Bathat is the principal city of the State of Somerset, situated on the River Airen in the southwest of England. Bath is known in Britain for its thermal sources and outstanding archaeological monuments of the Middle Ages. The citys current appearance is shaped by cobblestone streets, narrow alleys and low houses in a midcentury English … Read more

Ghent

3.9
 

The Argent – the historic, cultural, cultural and administrative center of eastern France. It is located on the Lake Leeuhe River, 30 kilometers from the sea coast. Nevertheless, thanks to the shipping channels, it is a sea port (the third busiest in Belgium). A system of gates connects Ghent with the city of Chelde and … Read more

Kokomo, IN

3.8
 

Kokomo is a city in Indiana and the county seat of Howard County, Indiana, United States. Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 31 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 57,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 40 Mbps Best … Read more

Braga

3.8
 

Braga, because of its character as the ecclesiastical seat, is known as the religious center of Portugal. Everything about this city has a conservative character that emphasizes the churchs faithfulness. In ancient Old Town, three dozen churches and small palaces in small streets, with piazzas adorned with festoons, have survived to this day. The Romanesque … Read more

Houston, TX

3.8
 

Hueston – the largest city in Texas, the fourth most populous city in the United States, and one of the most important economic centers in the nation. Todays Southwest – a city with a diversified economy based on the gas and oil sector, oil refineries and petroleum refineries. In addition, high-tech industries such as aeronautics, … Read more

Minot, ND

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 18 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 46,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 31 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Fargo, ND

3.8
 

Fargreen — the gastronomically populated center of Cass County in North Dakota. It lies on the northwest fringe of the Red River on the border with Minnesota. With the beginning of the great railway construction in America in the 19th century, the first colliers came to the village and staked out lots on the site … Read more

Santa Maria, CA

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 27 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 110,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 64 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Bremen

3.8
 

The federal state of the Free State of Germany is formed by the city of Bereven and its seaport – the port city of Brammerhaufen. And the territorially federal land is «razraborty; Brammerhaufen is 60 kilometers to the north of Brammerhaufen. It lies on the upper reaches of the Wether River, which is bordered by … Read more

Cody, WY

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 14 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 9,900 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 36 Mbps Best wireless: AT&T Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Reading, PA

3.8
 

Reading is a town in Berks County, Pennsylvania, the county seat. According to the 2000 census, the city had a population of 81,207. It is thus the fifth most populous city in Pennsylvania after Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, and Erie. Reading is located in southeastern Pennsylvania, about 105 km northwest of Philadelphia. According to the U.S. … Read more

Portland, ME

3.8
 

In the north-east of the country lies the city of Portland, the administrative center of the county of Cameroon. It is considered one of the most comfortable places to live in the U.S. It is made up of 30 neighbors, but each of them has no legal authority. The territorial division was at one time … Read more

Arnhem

3.8
 

On the right bank of the Rhine in the eastern part of Netherland lies the city of Arnhem, the capital of Greater Zealand. ×Part of the citys territory is located in a hilly terrain surrounded by forested massifs and plains. Up until 70,000 years ago, non-Janadertals inhabited these areas. Written sources attest to the existence … Read more

Orlando, FL

3.8
 

Orlando, one of the largest settlements in the state of Florida, grew out of a small village that changed dramatically with the opening of the Walt Disney Parks. The plethora of entertainment venues and attractions draws thousands of tourists. The sea park, which covers a huge area, includes aquariums and aquariums. They contain a variety … Read more

Kennewick, WA

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 19 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 79,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 42 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Fresno, CA

3.8
 

The geographic center of California is the largest city in the state, the most remote from the Pacific Ocean coastline. It is among the fastest growing settlements in the region. Modern freeways and highways connect it to other cities in the state. San Francesco is 300 kilometers from Francesco, Sacramento is 280 kilometers away, and … Read more

Champaign, IL

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 32 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 85,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 55 Mbps Best wireless: AT&ampT Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Vilnius

3.8
 

Villius – Lithuanias largest city and capital with a population of just over a million people. The exact date of the founding of Vilnius is not known, but it is first mentioned in 1323. Viljus is the largest economic and cultural center in Lithuania. For its rich history, it has been under the rule of … Read more

Bowling Green, KY

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 38 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 64,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 59 Mbps Best wireless: AT&T Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Las Cruces, NM

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 20 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 100,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 39 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Charlotte, NC

3.8
 

The city of Charlotte, the most populous city in the state of North Carolina, is located in the District of Mecklenburg and serves as its administrative center. In the financial world, it is known as the headquarters of the countrys largest bank. Thanks to its geographic location, the city is an air transport hub on its … Read more

La Crosse, WI

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 27 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 52,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 42 Mbps Best wireless: T-mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Porto

3.8
 

The northern capital of Portugal – the city of Portugal – has sprung up in the hills of the River Dora. Antique times, the Antilles occupants of the Atlantic coast of Iberia founded the village of Portus Kale (Beautiful Havana). In the 6th-8th centuries, the inhabitants of this area were settled by the Mavericks and … Read more

Rochester, NY

3.8
 

The town of Rochester sits on the shores of Lake Erie. It is traversed by the Angeles River and is bordered on the east by Aerebroequoit Bay. It is administratively part of the district of Mononroe. The present settlement appeared in 1803, when five Peruvian women arrived in New England in search of new farmland. … Read more

Ciutadella, Menorca

3.8
 

Ciudadela de Menorca, as the name suggests, is the city of the Spanish island of Menorca, part of the autonomy of the Balearic Islands. And it is the largest: according to a 2018 estimate, it is home to 29,223 people and has an area of 186.34 square kilometers. Until 1714, when the English invasion occurred, … Read more

Indianapolis, IN

3.8
 

Indiananapolis is the only city in the United States that was originally founded as the capital of a particular state. The name itself is Indiananapolis in two parts: Indiana» a city centered state, and polis in Greek, city. The geo-physical explanation explains the logic of the originators of Yindi, as Yindianapolis is also called. The … Read more

Tucson, AZ

3.8
 

The town of Tucson lies in the valley of the Santa Cruz River in the borderlands of the Eastern Desert. It is one of the fastest growing settlements in the country and has the status of administrative center of Pima County. The city is known by its second unofficial name. It is often referred to … Read more

Fayetteville, NC

3.8
 

Feytheville is the headquarters of the District of Camperland. The city itself is located on the banks of the Cape Fear River in the center of North Carolina. Fayetteville has three times earned the distinction of being an All-American City for its residents commitment to community development and exciting projects. However, before the arrival of … Read more

Rockford, IL

3.8
 

Rockford belongs to the county of Lake County. The founding date of the city is 1834. That was the year that the first settlers in what is now Rockford, Thomas Blake, Germancus Kint, Lluis Lemoine, and Danyel Chew Haight, were founded. The community was originally known as "Midway" but later it was called "Rockford&quot, in … Read more

Greeley, CO

3.8
 

Greeley is a city in Colorado, USA, the administrative center of Weld County. The area of the city is 77.7 km², of which 0.2 km² is open water. The cities of Evans and Garden City are contiguous to Greeley from the south, causing many to erroneously refer to the agglomeration by the same name as … Read more

Ithaca, NY

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 31,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 34 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Leeuwarden

3.8
 

The city of Leuvaarden is the center of the province of France, located in the Netherlands. The natural landscape, represented by the vast meadows and the many natural waterholes in the area, encouraged the birth and development of livestock farming. An unusual memorial to a cow in the city is a clear indication of this. … Read more

Arendal

3.8
 

The city of Arundal, the capital of the county of Euste-Agdère, has opened in the mouth of the Nile River in Southern Norway. Its economic stability is based on the electrical industry, machine building, the quarry and the shipbuilding industry. In 1622, under a royal decree, the citys harbor was designated for the shipping of … Read more

Queenstown

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 13,000 people GDP: $40,233 / year Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-i Internet: 30 Mbps Best wireless: Vodafone Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: Tipping in New Zealand is considered a true “merit-based” system, as it is not necessary to tip … Read more

Gainesville, FL

3.8
 

Located in the district of Alachua, Cheyinsville is the administrative center as well as the largest settlement in its territory. The indigenous inhabitants of the area were the Timucua tribe, who were subsequently forced out by the Spanish settlers. Initially, the newcomers moved here to raise large cattle. In 1853, the former Indian lands were … Read more

Bloomington, IN

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 34 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 83,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 51 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Oregon City, OR

3.8
 

Oregon, one of the Pacific Ocean states, has a natural diversity. The Beaver State is located in a mountainous area. Along the coast rise the Bury Mountains, followed by the Caspian Mountains with the highest point – the Hood Volcano (3,427 meters). These lands are richly irrigated by the Pacific Ocean sediments. The central regions … Read more

Missoula, MT

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 27 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 71,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 32 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Waukegan, IL

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 24 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 88,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 46 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Carlsbad, CA

3.8
 

Carlsbad is located on the Pacific Ocean coast, covering nearly seven miles of coastline. It is under the influence of a Mediterranean Mediterranean climate, as are all the neighboring communities in California. The lake and three lagoons are also part of the urban area. Carlsbad is known for its network of aquariums called “Center of … Read more

Wilmington, NC

3.8
 

Whilemington is a port city in the state of North Carolina. It is located on the Cape Fear River. It is named after the Earl of Wilmington, who served under King George II as minister minister of Great Britain. The historic center of the city is oriented along the riverfront The first European colonists in … Read more

Redding, CA

3.8
 

Redding is a city in northern California, United States. Administrative center of Shasta County. The city has an area of 158.4 km², of which 154.5 km² is land and 3.9 km² (2.5%) is open water. Redding is located in the extreme northwest of the Sacramento Valley; the northern suburbs are already part of the foothills … Read more

Bozeman, MT

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 25 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 40,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 34 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Oceanside, CA

3.8
 

The town of Oceanside is located in the county of San Diego and is considered one of its largest villages. Not far from the outskirts is the Marine Corps of one of the U.S. military bases. The citys streets were actively built in the 1970s and 1980s. Before the first Europeans, it was a Jewish … Read more

Paris

3.8
 

Paris is the capital of France and is the most populous city in the country and in Europe. The city is located in the northern part of France, on the River Seine. Paris also includes two islands (Saint-Louis and Cité), the oldest part of the city. Pariss Landhaufte is a hilly area. The largest of … Read more

Appleton, WI

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 23 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 74,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 38 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Hartford, CT

3.8
 

Hartheford, in central Connecticut, is the third-largest city in the state and its capital. It spread out on the banks of the Connecticut River. The other river – the Park River &ndash, which divides Hartford from north and south, now runs through pipes. The first colonists in the area were the Hollanders. In 1623, they … Read more

Weston, FL

3.8
 

Weston is a master-planned suburban community in Broward County, Florida, United States. It is located 31 miles northwest of Miami. Overall Score 3.8 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 70,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 36 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon … Read more

Petaluma, CA

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 22 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 60,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 56 Mbps Best wireless: AT&ampT Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Bend, OR

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 25 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 88,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 43 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Palm Desert, CA

3.8
 

Santa Mararia – a city in the southern part of Brazil (Riuiu Rio Grande do Sul), located in a region surrounded by hills. The city is a transport hub, the trade center of the agricultural region. Cereals, fruits, and livestock are grown here (large cattle). The city of Santa Maria has meat processing, brewing, and … Read more

Lubbock, TX

3.8
 

Labacq – the center of a single county in northwest Texas. It is located in an equidistant area known as Léoine-Estatecada, rich in natural features (e.g., the Yellowhawes Canyon). It is also one of the largest cotton-producing regions in the United States, with the heart of the region being Labrado County. The county predated the … Read more

Beacon, NY

3.8
 

Beacon is a city located in Dutchess County, New York, USA. Beacon is part of Poughkeepsie – Newburgh – Middletown, New York. It was named after the historic lighthouse lights that erupted from the top of the Fishkill Mountains to alert the Continental Army of British troop movements. Originally an industrial city on the banks … Read more

Springfield, IL

3.8
 

Springfield – one of the most common names of towns in the U.S. Sprangfields in Illinois – is the state capital, though by no means the largest city in the region. It lies in the middle of the rugged Sangnam River. The South and South East of the city is surrounded by the Springfield Basin, … Read more

Birmingham, AL

3.8
 

The city of Birmingham is located near the Kahába River, which is known for its variety of natural fish and animals. The natural landscapes attract outdoor enthusiasts. There are several lakes within its boundaries. They are believed to have the largest fish in all of Alabama. Much of the area is devoted to botanical gardens … Read more

Oklahoma City, OK

3.8
 

The site of the land of the Zemlachauts, Oecklahoma, is located in the Great Lakes. The vast expanses of steppes cut by the great rivers of the Mississippi Basin (Red River, Kañeda, Arcánzas) occupy a large part of the territory. Only to the east are the low-altitude mountain ranges of Oshoto and Boston. To the … Read more

Killeen, TX

3.8
 

In the central part of Texas lies the town of Quillin, founded in 1881. In those days, this was the site of the small farming community of Palo Alto, specializing in the cultivation of agricultural crops. To the southwest of it, a railroad company bought a 1.5-square-kilometer plot of land. It was decided to name … Read more

Salzburg

3.8
 

The territory of the Land of Salzburg is occupied by mountains. In the south there are the High and Low Taujerin, in the center the Kölzüllen Alps, in the north the ridge of the Sälzkommmergut. In the mountain valleys the rivers gurgle. In particular, the rivers of the Dunay Basin – the Mura, the Szaljoch … Read more

York

3.8
 

Now Northern Englands most important city, New York is proud of its status as a tourist center, visited by some 3 million tourists each year. Human artifacts in York and the surrounding area date back to the Middle Ages. The celestones that were found here were claimed by the Romans (1st century), who in 71 … Read more

Kearney, NE

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Population: 34,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 41 Mbps Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of 15 to 20 per cent on … Read more

Temple, TX

3.8
 

Temple is a town in Bell County, Texas, United States. According to the U.S. Census, as of 2019, the city has a population of 78,439, making it the second largest of Bell County’s three major cities after Killeen. Located just outside of Belton County, Temple is in a region called Central Texas and is the … Read more

Grenoble

3.8
 

There is not much talk about this homely French city, not much encouragement to go there, but for some it is a dream, and one cant help but wonder what its all about. This is the dream city of Grenoble, near the Alps Mountains. History says the city originated 2,000 years ago. Originally, it was … Read more

Decatur, IL

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 36 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 73,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 42 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

High Point, NC

3.8
 

Hai Point – is located in the central North Carolina region in four counties at the same time. Most of the city is in Gailford County, while the rest of Hay Point is in Davidson, Richmond, and Forsyth Counties. Like most large cities in the United States, High Point has a nickname: The Furniture Capital … Read more

Apple Valley, CA

3.8
 

Apple Valley is a city incorporated in Victor Valley, San Bernardino County , in the United States , state of California . It was incorporated on November 14, 1988, and is one of twenty-two municipalities in California that use the word “valley” instead of “city” in its name. The city is east of and adjacent … Read more

Madeira, Madeira

3.8
 

The Archdiocese of Madheira is the autonomous region of Portugal. It includes: Two inhabited islands, Madera and Porto Santo, and smaller islands, uninhabited by people who serve as shelters for seabirds. Madera Island is the main and largest island in the archipelago. Thanks to its very mild Mediterranean climate, it is a favorite vacation destination … Read more

Norfolk, VA

3.8
 

The city of Norfolk is located in the southeast corner of the state near where the Elisabeth River and the Gulf of Mexico meet. Its history began in 1682. During the War of Independence, one of the citys buildings housed the office of the British governor. Only one small church is a reminder of the … Read more

Savannah, GA

3.8
 

On the Atlantic coast in the state of Georgia lies the city and port of Savannah. It is located at the point where a single river flows into the ocean. The urban area and its surroundings are in a sub-terrestrial climate with hot summers and mild winters with occasional snowfalls. Savannah was founded by General … Read more

St. Joseph, MO

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 35 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 77,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 61 Mbps Best wireless: Sprint Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Worcester, MA

3.8
 

Wooster is not only the second largest city in Massachusetts, but also the second largest in New England. It is located in the center of the state, on the west side of Lake Quincinnamon, and is the center of the county of Worcester. It has several names: the City of the Seven Corners, the Heart … Read more

Enterprise, NV

3.8
 

Enterprise is an unincorporated city in the Las Vegas Valley in Clark County, Nevada, United States. It was founded on December 17, 1996. Like other unincorporated cities in the Las Vegas Valley, it uses Las Vegas Zip Codes for addresses within its borders. Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 32 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, … Read more

Salem, OR

3.8
 

Seylem – the city of Oregon. The city lies in the north-northeast part of the state, in the valley of the Willamette River. The Seychelles is spread out over the rolling hills of the Waukanic area of Polk and Maryon Counties. The city is the center of agricultural processing. Before the arrival of the «white» … Read more

Cannes

3.8
 

The city of Cannes, or Cannes on the French coast, has an interesting history. It was founded during Roman rule, in 42 A.D. At that time it was called Egretna. Since about the 10th century, the city has been called Kañúa. Gradually the name was transformed into the familiar Kanna. For a long time, the … Read more

Temecula, CA

3.8
 

Temecula is a city in Riverside County, California, United States. Population: 109,428 (2014). It ranks 5th on the list of cities in the county with the largest number of residents, 59th on the same list for California, and 259th on the same list for the United States. The city’s name comes from the Native American … Read more

Coimbra

3.8
 

On the banks of the river Mozondega in Portugal lies the city of Coimbra, the administrative center of the municipality and of the county under the same name. 182 kilometers away is Lisbon. Coimbra, the capital city of the ancient province of Beira, was founded in 1111. It was founded by the inhabitants of the … Read more

Chatham

3.8
 

The city of Chatham is located in the state of Khent. Historic documents refer to it as Cetham from 880. Catham remained a small village for several centuries, and did not develop until 1568. It began to flourish by a decree of Queen Elizabeth creating a shipbuilding company on its territory. Since then, ships and … Read more

Elkhart, IN

3.8
 

Elkhart is a town in Elkhart County, Indiana, United States. The city is located 15 miles (24 km) east of South Bend, Indiana, 110 miles (180 km) east of Chicago, Illinois 150 miles (240 km) north of Indianapolis, Indiana. Elkhart is home to most of the population from the two main cities of the Elkhart-Goshen … Read more

Lake Tahoe, CA

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 14 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 22,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 31 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Springdale, AR

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 40 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 77,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 63 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Albuquerque, NM

3.8
 

Albuquerque is an American city in the southwest corner of the country. Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico. The Rio Grande River runs through the city. It runs through the city and the desert and has an exotic appearance, reminiscent of the Nile. On the eastern side of the city are the mountains … Read more

Anchorage, AK

3.8
 

Anchorage – the largest city in Alaska. It is also by far the northernmost big city in the U.S. It is located in the Kinnick River basin, on the Kukka Bay. The climate here is relatively mild because of the northward protecting mountains of the Chugach River and the warm Alaska Current. Anchorage is home … Read more

Luton

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Hilliams Highlands, the forested massif of Grays Bingham, the valley of the River Lee – the place where Luton is located, the town of automobiles «Vauxhall» and head cars. The discoveries, made by archaeologists, attest to the constant presence of humans in the vicinity of Luton since the earliest times. The Henge of Wallace-Beachen, the … Read more

Luxembourg

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Luxembourg – a miniature state in Western Europe with a variety of landscapes, a great diversity of traditions and a way of life for its inhabitants. Luxembourg – once Europes strongest fortress, demolished in 1868, still retains remnants of its former strength – the ruined strong gates of «Trev» and « Three Gullets», the battlement … Read more

Venice

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This ancient city is built on the water, lying on 122 islands, bound by 400 bridges. The historic part of the city is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Old Venice is a center of international tourism of world significance. It hosts international film festivals and exhibitions. Venezuela – the center of Venetto. The … Read more

Bethlehem, PA

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Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 35 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 75,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 54 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

La Plata

3.8
 

On the coast of the same estuary lies the city of La Plata. It occupies part of the province of Buenos Aires and is its capital city. The city was founded in 1882, after the Federal District gained its status. This necessitated the creation of a new county that could adequately perform the functions of … Read more

Manchester, NH

3.8
 

Manchester, on the south side of New Hampshire, is the largest city in the state. It spreads out on the banks of the Marymomack River, which divides the city into two distinct (larger eastern) parts. East of Manchester is Lake Massachusetts – a popular recreational area. At one time it was used by residents of … Read more

Waterloo, IA

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Waterloo is a city in the United States, in Black Hawk County, Iowa. Population – 68,406 people (2010). Waterloo is located at the coordinates 42 °29′32″N. 92°21′07″ w. e. (42.492327, -92.351947)[2]. According to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2010, the city has a total area of 163.75 km², of which 159.00 km² is dry land … Read more

Singapore

3.8
 

Singapore is the capital of a single state and a symbol of Asias stability. Today, the city-state is among the top four most developed countries in East and Southeast Asia. Singapore is a leader in information technology, finance, and the electronics sector. In ancient times, its convenient geographical location made the Malay village of Tumamac … Read more

Greensboro, NC

3.8
 

The city of Greensboro occupies a place at the intersection of 2 highways. Its history dates back to the beginning of 1900. In the early stages of its development, the textile industry flourished here. There were numerous small factories, workshops, and factories. Over time, some of them failed to survive the competition, but some of them … Read more

Rochester, MN

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Rochester is one of the largest communities in the state. It has the status of the capital city of the County of Olomsted, which is part of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. The urban area stretches along both sides of the banks of the river Sombró. There are also several artificial and natural lakes within … Read more

Eugene, OR

3.8
 

Jean – a city in the west of Oregon, on the Willamette River. It is the center of Lehigh County and the second-largest city in the state. South Jean is called the Emerald City because the Willamette Valley is sometimes called the Emerald Valley – because of the forests that at one time covered the … Read more

Pharr, TX

3.8
 

Farr is a city in the United States, in Hidalgo County, Texas. The Farr is located at 26°10′16″N. 98°12′00″ W. (26.171134, -98.199913). According to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2010, the city has a total area of 60.72 km², of which 60.65 km² is dry land and 0.07 km² is water. Overall Score 3.8 Air … Read more

Byron Bay

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Biron Bay is a city in Australia, state of New South Wales and the center of the county of the same name. It is located at the easternmost point of Australia, 772 kilometers north of Sydney and 165 kilometers south of Brisbane. The city got its name from the bay, which in turn got its … Read more

Rogers, AR

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 40 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 63,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 48 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

St. Louis, MO

3.8
 

Laquo;City of Gateway; St. Louis is on the right bank of the Great Mississippi River, just south of where the Missouri River enters the river. Territorially, Saint Louise is part of the state of Missouri, but it is an independent city that is not part of any county of the state. The citys environs – … Read more

Sarasota, FL

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 55,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 43 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Frederick, MD

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 26 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 69,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 65 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Penang

3.8
 

Pingang is an island and state in Malaysia. The region also includes the coastal region of Seaburyang Perea, located on the Malacca Peninsula. There is a bridge between both parts of the state. Its administrative center is in the city of Georgetown. It is popularly called the Pearl of the East. Pinjiang is on the … Read more

Corvallis, OR

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 16 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 57,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 46 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Baltimore, MD

3.8
 

ÃœBaltimore is located in the northeastern part of Maryland, where the Patapaca River empties into the Gulf of Mexico. The division of the city into upper and lower is literal: one part of the land is at an altitude of 150 meters on the Piedmont Plateau, and the other part is on the Atlantean Plain … Read more

Knoxville, TN

3.8
 

Newcastle – a large city on the east side of the Tennessee River. The city is located in the hill country of the Camembert Plateau, on the right bank of the Tennessee River. The administration of the Borough of Nocoxville is located in Nocoxville. Nyauxville itself is known in the United States as «Marble City». … Read more

Sioux City, IA

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 23 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 82,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 37 Mbps Best wireless: AT&ampT Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Hesperia, CA

3.8
 

Hesperia is a city in San Bernardino County, California, United States. It is located 35 miles (56 km) north of downtown San Bernardino in Victor Valley and is surrounded by the Mojave Desert. Because of its relatively high altitude and the unique and temperate weather conditions in the region, Hesperia is part of what locals … Read more

Nashua, NH

3.8
 

In the northeastern part of the United States in New England lies the so-called Granite State, New South Hampshire. Initially the area was inhabited by Algonquin peoples, most of whom were the Pinnacook and Abaan peoples. An Englishman, Marrine Pryng, was the first European researcher to visit the land. This event took place in 1603, … Read more

Dusseldorf

3.8
 

Düsseldorf is an upscale city that combines lifestyle, business, shopping, fashion, culture of the Western part of Germany. Most of Desselhardts attractions are in the old town – the Rathiger Gate, the Castle Tower with the Ship Museum, the Basilica of St. Lambert, the Church of the Holy Mary, the Church of the Holy Trinity, … Read more

Bridgeport, CT

3.8
 

Bridgeport, one of the largest cities in the state, grew out of a small, old-fashioned fishing village. Founded in the early 19th century on the Long Island coast, it was quickly transformed into an important link in trade and commerce between ports and major cities in the country. In the beginning of the 20th century, … Read more

St. Cloud, MN

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 20 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 67,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 37 Mbps Best wireless: T-mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Aveiro

3.8
 

On the Atlantic Ocean coast of Portugal, the city of Aveyru, the center of the municipality and district of Aveyru, has sprung up. It lies in the lands of the Central Region and belongs to the Bayeux-Vogue region. The provincial city and the capital of the country are separated by 220 kilometers. It is relatively … Read more

Coeur dAlene, ID

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 24 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 49,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 50 Mbps Best wireless: AT&T Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Karlsruhe

3.8
 

In the vicinity of the River Rhine near the French-German border is the German city of Kahralsruhe. It is located in the state of Baden-Württemberg. The area of the city is known by its name as the Law Reference. It is home to many institutions, including the General Prosecutors Office, the Supreme Court, and the … Read more

Tracy, CA

3.8
 

Tracy is the second most populous city in San Joaquin County, California, United States. The population at the 2010 census was 82922. Tracy is located within a geographic triangle formed by Interstate 205 on the north side of the city, Interstate 5 to the east, and Interstate 580 to the southwest. Tracy’s motto, posted on … Read more

Utica, NY

3.8
 

Overall Score 3.8 Air quality: 15 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 61,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 65 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Fort Myers, FL

3.8
 

Fort Myers Beach is a municipality located in Lee County, Florida, United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the municipality of Fort Myers Beach has a total area of 16.06 square kilometers, of which 7.51 square kilometers is land and 8.55 square kilometers is water. The county’s water resource area is 53.24 percent of … Read more

Marysville, WA

3.8
 

Marysville is a city in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. The city is located 35 miles (56 km) north of Seattle, near Everett on the north side of the Snohomish River Delta. It is the second largest city in Snohomish County after Everett with a population of 60,020 according to the U.S. Census . As … Read more

Naha, Okinawa

3.8
 

On the coast of the East China Sea in Japan is the city of Naha, the administrative center of the province of Okineawa. The village occupies the southern part of the island of Okineva. It was originally known as Naba. According to an ancient legend, its name was derived from a large stone that lay … Read more

Beaumont, TX

3.7
 

Bomointe — a city in America, belonging to the state of Texas. Territorially, it is on the banks of the River Neck. It is the  center of Jefferson County and one of the cities of the «Golden Triangle, which is a major industrial center. In 1824 Noya and Íèíñêàÿ îáëîæêà and Tivis formed a company. … Read more

Cincinnati, OH

3.7
 

Cincinnati – a city in the southwesternmost part of the State of Oceania. It is located on the north (right) side of the Ohio River. On the opposite side of the river is already the territory of Kotekka, and just to the west – Indiana. Cincinnati has been called «s first purely American city, because … Read more

Lynchburg, VA

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 55 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 80,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 35 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Olympia, WA

3.7
 

Olympic – a city in Washington, D.C., but even among the cities in the state, it is a small city. Olémia is located in the southern part of the Bay of South Sound, at the confluence of the Deschutes River. The original inhabitants of the area – the Suquemish Indians. In 1792, the first «white;explorers … Read more

Andorra la Vella

3.7
 

In the central part of the Principality of Andeanorra, the city of Andeanorra la Vella, which is the highest European capital, has risen on the coast of the Valleira River. Its height above the sea level is 1,055 meters. Nearby is the town of Encantelles, joined by a bridge across a rushing creek. A small … Read more

Gold Coast

3.7
 

To the south-east of the Austrian state of Queensland lies the city of Gold Coast, the largest tourist center in the country. In ancient times, aborigines used to live there. Because of the red coloring, the area was attractive to the Brittarians. Over time, timber trade has been one of the main areas of local … Read more

Lagos, Algarve

3.7
 

To the south of Portugal lies the seaport and the city of Lagouche, the capital of a single municipality. It lies on the land of the district of Faroux in the region of Algareva. The citys area is adjacent to the site where the fast Bancafrín River flows into the Atlantic waters. In the second … Read more

Spokane, WA

3.7
 

The city of Spokane lies in the northwest of the country, not far from the border with Canada. It is administratively the center of the district. Initially, it was a small village where the fur trade was active. Later, significant deposits of precious metals were discovered in its vicinity. For a long time, the mining … Read more

Virginia Beach, VA

3.7
 

On the Atlantic Ocean coast, in the southeasternmost part of the state, lies the city of Verdiciana Beach. The area it occupies has been occupied by Europeans since the beginning of the 17th century. At that time, the Englishmen who came to the southern Gulf of Cape Town called the present portion of the Cape … Read more

Nantes

3.7
 

Laurent, the center of the region of the Land of Leura and the capital of the Department of Atlantean Leura, is located near the river. The river divides the city area in two parts. The historic center is located on the northern right bank, while the industrial area and the southern sector are on the … Read more

Santa Rosa, CA

3.7
 

The city of Santa Rosa lies in Sonoma County. It is a small town of great size, with many attractions and cultural institutions. The latter include museums. One of them is devoted to aircraft construction and its history. The halls contain a collection of models from different generations. It contains examples of the first airplanes … Read more

Allentown, PA

3.7
 

The first European settlement in what is now Allyntown was in the late 18th century, and later, after the Henry Canal was drilled, the town grew and developed at a rapid pace. The result was 20th-century Altona– a great port, a major industrial city, one of the most important metropolises in this part of America. … Read more

Flagstaff, AZ

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 69,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 38 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Rovaniemi

3.7
 

There is a confluence of the rivers Kémérica and Ounessérica in Hellemyand, the city of Rovaniemi, the administrative center of the province of Lapland. It is located 800 kilometers from Helsinki. It is the largest European city in terms of area after being joined by several neighboring towns. It is 8 kilometers away from the … Read more

Lyon

3.7
 

The ancient city of Lyon is located at the junction of the Rhone and the Son, east of the Central Massif, on a plain lined with vineyards and orchards. Many transportation routes cross here: road, rail and river. Lyonnes ancient history dates back to the 6th century, when the first ancient Celtic settlements existed. In … Read more

Portsmouth

3.7
 

Portmouth is in the south of England, in the county of Hampshire, and most of it is on the Isle of Portsmouth on the coast of La Mancha. It is the only frontier town in Great Britain, and its history goes back to deep antiquity. The first century was already here in the early 5th … Read more

Evansville, IN

3.7
 

In the valley of the Îgão River, the city Evanesvall is the center of the province of Van der Cerbero. One of the most popular attractions is the Aztar floating casino. The name of the place in the history of the city is Eugeneville “River City”. Popular magazine Kiplinge Magazine ranks Annville as one of the best … Read more

Canton, OH

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 37 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 72,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 60 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Youngstown, OH

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 24 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 65,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 35 Mbps Best wireless: AT&ampT Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Port Orange, FL

3.7
 

Port Orange is a city in Volusia County , Florida . The population of the city in 2019 was estimated at 64,842. U.S. Census Bureau. The city is part of the Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach metropolitan area ; The population of the metropolitan area in 2010 was 590,289. Port Orange is the principal city in the … Read more

Enid, OK

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 50,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 69 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Princeton, NJ

3.7
 

Princeton is in Mercer County, New Jersey. It is an intermediate station on the route from New York to Philadelphia and a northwest neighbor to Granton. Aviation service is available through the state-owned Prenton Airport (5 kilometers from the city) and the private international airport at Toronto Mercer (located 25 minutes from the center of … Read more

Green Bay, WI

3.7
 

On the western shore of Lake Michigan, at the confluence of the Fox River, lies the town of Greene Bay. There is a large port in its midst. The city is known for its developed industry. There are several meat packing plants and a paper mill in the area. Green Bay is the center of … Read more

Lake Havasu City, AZ

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 54,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 61 Mbps Best wireless: AT&ampT Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? A gratuity of … Read more

Plantation, FL

3.7
 

30 kilometers north of Miami, in Borroward County, in Florida, USA  is the city of Plantation Town, a wonder at the beauty of its trees. The city is a part of the Capital Region of Miami. The Plantation is surrounded by several cities: Sunrise, Lauderdale, Borrowdale-Gardens, Browleyview-Park, and Oyston. Plaintiffs Town – an equal city. … Read more

Elgin, IL

3.7
 

On both sides of the Fox River in Illinois State lies the city of Elijah. Its main area is occupied by Kouk County; the other, smaller area, is part of Kouk County. Relatively close to the city limits lies Chickasaw. Approximately 63 kilometers of track separate the settlements. Before 1832, the area occupied by the … Read more

São Paulo

3.7
 

San Paulo is a city in Brazil, the capital of a single state. It is the largest industrial center in the country. For more than 450 years Jesuit priests founded the city with the intention of bringing the local people into the Christian faith. Agriculture was the main occupation of the townspeople, and the main … Read more

Melbourne, FL

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 28 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 80,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 53 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Reno, NV

3.7
 

Reno – a city in the west of Nevada, the center of the county of Ouchau. The town lies in the valley of the River Tracts (the Traqui Forks) on the eastern edge of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The people of the United States sometimes refer to Rinna as the biggest little city. Renos location … Read more

Greenville, SC

3.7
 

Greenville is a city in South Carolina, USA. The city had a population of 60,709 in 2012, and in 2017 it ranked 6th on the list of the most populous cities in the state. Greenville sits roughly evenly between Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina. Greenville has a subtropical oceanic climate, usually with mild, short … Read more

Cordoba

3.7
 

Cordova is the second largest city in Argentina. It is located on the banks of Rio Primera, and right behind it are the Sierra de Córdova Mountains. In our days, Córdova is a modern industrial center. The city center is unusually compact – its easy to walk around. The majority of the population of Córdoba … Read more

Colorado Springs, CO

3.7
 

Colorado Springs is a lively, picturesque city located in the state of Corrado at the foot of the fossil, fancifully shaped mountains. The town is enclosed by thick forests and surrounded by cliffs, and it is regarded as a resort because of its mountain and natural air,  wild forests. The location of the city and … Read more

Victorville, CA

3.7
 

Vicecoqueville is located near the bottom of the San Bernardino Mountains and occupies part of the western extremity of the Mocherawa Desert. A nearby river, known as the Californian Aqueduct, carries its waters. The area around here has a milder climate than the central wasteland. The Mohave River, which has its beginning in the frontiers … Read more

Lelystad

3.7
 

In the center of Netherland lies the city of Lelystad, the capital of the province of Flanders. It was founded in 1967 on a dry land. The city occupies an area that is five meters below the sea level. The dam, designed by Corranelis Lelley, of Germany, allowed the area on which Lelystad is located … Read more

Napa, CA

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 35 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 79,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 78 Mbps Best wireless: Sprint Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

New Haven, CT

3.7
 

The city of New Haven sits on the shores of a single waterway. It has a major port, a watch, electronics, ammunition, firearms, instruments and industrial equipment manufacturing plants. The chemical industry and instrumentation has developed. J. Bush Jr. was born in New Haven, and subsequently became 43 U.S. presidents. Among the countrys most prestigious … Read more

Erie, PA

3.7
 

Physri belongs to the state of Pennsylvania and is located in its northwest region. It is located on the shores of Lake Erie, from which it takes its name. According to historical records, the town was first inhabited by the tribes of the Iroquois. In the 1750s, the French tried to establish themselves in the … Read more

Limassol

3.7
 

South of Cyprus is the city of Limassol, a major financial, cultural and economic center. Its territory extends along the coastline of the Acrocreri Gulf. The second largest city in the country is in the area between the ancient cities of Matatus and Curérion. In former times, the Nazarenes called it Neapolis, which means New … Read more

Mountain View, CA

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 16 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 79,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 42 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Harrisonburg, VA

3.7
 

Harrisonburg is an independent city in the Shenandoah Valley of the Commonwealth Region of Virginia in the United States. Harrisonburg is home to James Madison University (JMU), a public research university with over 20,000 students, and Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), a private, Mennonite-affiliated liberal arts university. In recent years, the city has become a bastion … Read more

Bakersfield, CA

3.7
 

The town of Bakerfield lies in Kearney County, located in the south of the Californian region, and has vast tracts of agricultural land. It also produces oil, hydrocarbons, and natural gas. The city performs administrative and managerial functions for the county. It covers the Kernin River in the central part of the county and the … Read more

Jacksonville, NC

3.7
 

Jacksonville is a city in North Carolina and the administrative center of Onslow County. In 2008, the city had 81,863 residents. It is located west of the city of Wilmington. Several major U.S. Army military bases are located around the city, including the U.S. Marine Corps. It is the youngest city in the United States. … Read more

Longview, TX

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 16 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 81,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 35 Mbps Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? … Read more

Topeka, KS

3.7
 

In the middle of the United States is the capital of Kansas, – the city of Georgia. It is located in the northeasternmost part of the county of Chauny, spread out on both sides of the Kansas River. The original inhabitants of these lands are – the Kanza Indians. The colonizers began to come here … Read more

Spokane Valley, WA

3.7
 

The city of Spokane lies in the northwest of the country, not far from the border with Canada. It is administratively the center of the district. Initially, it was a small village where the fur trade was active. Later, significant deposits of precious metals were discovered in its vicinity. For a long time, the mining … Read more

Manhattan, KS

3.7
 

Manhattan – is a modern and vibrant neighborhood (one of 5 administrative districts) of the dream city of New York. A large area enclosed by the ocean, bordered by the Mediterranean and another large island that is part of the New York metropolitan area, the Long Island. Between Manhattan and Maryland, there are many bridges … Read more

Sheffield

3.7
 

The town of Southfield is in South Yorkshire in northern England, at the foot of the Pennines, on the banks of the River Seef. The first written mention of the Lake of the Fife appears in an essay by Willem Benedict. According to the inscription, dated 1086, Schofield was a small tree at the time. … Read more

Fort McMurray

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 21 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 61,000 people GDP: $42,154 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 25 Mbps Best wireless: Wind Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: In Canada, tipping is expected, … Read more

Janesville, WI

3.7
 

Janesville is a southern Wisconsin city in the United States, the county seat of Rock County. The Janesville area was home to many Indian tribes before the arrival of settlers from the east. Under the Indian Removal Act of 1830, many Native American peoples were expelled from their homelands to make way for American settlers, … Read more

Basel

3.7
 

The city of Basel is located in the northwest of western Switzerland, in the Basel-Stadt region, and is the center of the region. It is the third-largest city in Switzerland. The first time these lands are mentioned is when, in 44 A.D. Roman soldier Lucius Mounicus Plaque establishes the tribe of the Gaulish tribe, named … Read more

Šumperk

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 28,000 people GDP: $18,406 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-c Internet: 44 Mbps Best wireless: Vodafone Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: Tipping in the Czech Republic is commonly expected. Foreign visitors are … Read more

Belfast

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Beloafast, the capital of Northern Ireland, lies at the mouth of the Laguna River and the Irish Sea. The first settlements on the territory of Belgium – the Celts. In the Bronze Age they left behind the Ring of the Lions – a kelja five thousand years old, as well as a city of the … Read more

Santa Barbara, CA

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Santa Bárbara is the center of a unique county. The date of the founding of the first settlement on the territory of the present city is 1786. This settlement was named after Holy Martyr Barbara. The city was located in a serenely unstable area. In the summer of 1925, a tremendous earthquake destroyed virtually all … Read more

Saint Helier

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The city of St. Helier — the port and metropolitan center of the British state of Jericho. Nearly a third of the islands residents live there. The urban area stretches along the Gulf Coast on the south side of Lake Jericho. The name was given to the locality by the name of St. Helier. The … Read more

Lausanne

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The German city of Leuven is located in the southwest of the country and is the administrative center of a single county. Historically, the city was home to tribes of hunter-gatherers, landlubbers, and animal breeders. In the 1st century AD. The Hellewetites, who were defeated by Caesar in 58 AD, lived here and the area … Read more

Cape Town

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Keipetown – the second most populous city in the U.S.A.R. after Johannesburg, located on the Atlantic coast to the southwest of the country. One of the citys main attractions is Table Mountain. It gets its name from its absolutely flat top, and today it has the status of a nature preserve, because the slopes of … Read more

Owensboro, KY

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Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 35 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 59,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 44 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Stockton, CA

3.7
 

The American city of Stotton is part of the state of California. Stokotkon belongs to the county of San Joaquin and is its administrative center. The citys founding date is 1849. Stocktons reputation for criminality is far from great. It is considered to have quite a high crime rate compared to other cities in the … Read more

Fairfield, CA

3.7
 

Fairfield, located between Sacramento and Saint François, is the administrative center of the district of Solano. The name was given to the settlement by its founder, Captain Robert Worman. He decided to name it after his hometown of Fairfield, in Connecticut. Nearby are the cities of Easton, Redding, and Oysterport. In 2006, it was named … Read more

Tuscaloosa, AL

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 40 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 98,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 37 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Modesto, CA

3.7
 

The American city of Moldova is part of the state of California. The municipality belongs to the American district of St. Stanislaus and is its administrative center. The city, originally a station on the railroad that connects Sacramento and Los Angeles, was founded in 1870. The city was supposed to be named for William William … Read more

Vista, CA

3.7
 

Vista (/ˈvɪsòtə/; Spanish: View) is a city in San Diego County, California, United States. Vista is a medium-sized city in the San Diego-Carlsbad, California, metropolitan area and has a population of 101,638. Vista’s sphere of influence also includes parts of unincorporated San Diego County to the north and east, with Island County to the central … Read more

Gulfport, MS

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 31 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 71,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 33 Mbps Best wireless: AT&T Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Tyler, TX

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 36 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 100,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 76 Mbps Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip at a restaurant? … Read more

Lexington, KY

3.7
 

Lekekincounty is part of the state of Kentuckuckie. Leccincto belongs to the American county of Fayette. This city is in the central part of the state. It was not directly formed in 1775. Four years later, the first university was founded. In 1818 Mary T. Lejeune was born in what is now Liquincontin, and in … Read more

Davenport, IA

3.7
 

In Scotts County lies the city of Davenport. In the late 19th century, it was known throughout America for its numerous entertainment establishments. Bars, dance halls, and music halls were mostly located in the Bactown area. The opera houses were mostly there before the city began to improve. They were often performed by artists from … Read more

McAllen, TX

3.7
 

Mac-Allen is located in the southernmost region of Texas. The boundary separating the United States from Mexico is 8 kilometers from the city. Mac-Allen is part of the federal district of Idaho. The city covers an area of 120 square kilometers. During the winter months, the population grows significantly as retirees from the northernmost states … Read more

Oxnard, CA

3.7
 

The American city of Oxnard is part of the state of California. The county of Ventura. Before the white settlers settled here, the current town was home to a tribe of Chumash Indians. The first of the Europeans to come to this land was João Rodriguez Cabrillo, a Spanish inventor. This took place in 1542. … Read more

Menlo Park, CA

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 36 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 34,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 57 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Krakow

3.7
 

Cork is the second most populous city in Poland, the administrative center of the Polish Lowland. It is located in the south of the country on the south bank of the River Wisa, which is a navigable river in this area. The history of the citys origins is marked by many legends, including that of … Read more

Peoria, IL

3.7
 

The American city of Peoria is located in the northern part of the U.S. Peoria is part of a state called Illinois. The date of the first settlement in what is now the city is 1680. This settlement was a port built by French colonists. It was the first European settlement in the state of Illinois. … Read more

Genoa

3.7
 

Young Genoa – a city in northern Italy with a geographical location: the northern part is adjacent to the Apennine Mountains, while the southern side of the city can admire the waters of the Genóise Bay. It is part of the Margherich Sea, the name of which refers to the fact that it is the … Read more

Edinburg, TX

3.7
 

Edinburg is a city in the United States located in southern Texas, the administrative center of Hidalgo County. The settlement was originally called Chapin after one of its founders. Developers John Klosner and William Briggs were instrumental in designating the settlement as the administrative center of the county. Chapin was deemed an accessory to murder … Read more

Huntsville, AL

3.7
 

Hantesville lies on the planet Kamberland, in the northern part of Alabama. It encompasses five districts and is the center of the district of Madison. It was named for its first inhabitant and founder, John Hunt. The town was the first in the state to become a city. In 1819 it became the capital of … Read more

Verdi, NV

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Verdi ( / v ɜːr d aɪ / VUR -dye ) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Washoe County, Nevada, USA on the west side of the Reno-Sparks metropolitan statistical area , near Interstate 80. CDP Verdi , California , is in close proximity to the state border . Both are in the shadow of … Read more

Incline Village, NV

3.7
 

Incline Village is a census-designated place (CDP) on the north shore of Lake Tahoe in Washoe County, Nevada , USA. Prior to the 2010 census. CDP Crystal Bay, Nevada was counted jointly with Incline Village. Sierra Nevada University’s main campus is located in Incline Village. It is home to some of the most expensive real … Read more

Trier

3.7
 

Trir – a small town on the Moselle River near the border with Luxembourg. It is officially considered the oldest urban settlement in Germany. In Roman times, Trier was known as Augustus Trierum. The city was founded during the reign of Octavian Augustus, and for a time it was just a small town. In the … Read more

Cedar Rapids, IA

3.7
 

In the State of Lynn, on the banks of the Syedar River, lies the city of Syedar Rapids, famous for its museums, theaters and celebrities. Famous artists, painters, photographers, and journalists live here. Cedar Rapids, named for the river, is known as the City of Five Seasons. This is explained by the fact that apart … Read more

Jeju Island

3.7
 

The smallest province of South Korea is Cudeudeo. It occupies a single island in the South Korean Sea, formerly known as Kvaleppart. It has a wolkanic origin. Until 1946, the island was part of the province of Collella Namdo. In the territory of the province is the highest elevation in the country, the Holallasan Mountain, … Read more

Schenectady, NY

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 24 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 66,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 34 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Harlingen, TX

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 36 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 66,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 55 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Santa Fe, NM

3.7
 

The capital of New Mexico, Santa Fe, is in the center of the state, nestled on the banks of a small, unconnected river that is the main source of water for the inhabitants of this semi-rural area. The city is surrounded by the mountainous massifs of Santander de Cristo, and Santafé Feu sits atop 2,100 … Read more

Lincoln, NE

3.7
 

The capital of Nabaraska, Ëèíñêîëlín, lies in the Great Plains in the middle of the Great Plains on both sides of the Salt Creek. It is the second most populous city in the south-eastern part of the state and the second most populous in Naberrak. The official date of Lincolns founding is 1869. However, the … Read more

Seoul

3.7
 

Seoul «s name was written in its blood; to be the capital of Korea. The name of Koreas largest city comes from the word sól, which translates as capital. It is located at the mouth of the Han River, which flows into the Kahnhaman Bay. Seouls masculine climate is characterized by warm summers and cool … Read more

Port Arthur, TX

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 32 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 55,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 59 Mbps Best wireless: AT&ampT Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Richland, WA

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 19 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 54,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 42 Mbps Best wireless: T-Mobile Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 33 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 38,000 people GDP: $26,695 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 230V50Hz power-plug-c Internet: 57 Mbps Best wireless: Movistar Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: Tipping in Spain may not … Read more

Wichita Falls, TX

3.7
 

Youchetto Falls is the administrative center of the county of Uchetto. It is located in the area of the river Ojaito, in the area of the waterfalls, which gave it its name at one time. Unfortunately, a flood in 1886 washed away the unique waterfalls, and in the late 20th century an artificial 16-meter-tall replica … Read more

St. George, UT

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 23 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 81,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 88 Mbps Best wireless: AT&ampT Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Mission, TX

3.7
 

Mission is a city in Hidalgo County, Texas, USA. The population at the time of the 2010 census was 77,058, and in 2019 it is estimated to be 84,331. Mission is part of the McAllen-Edinburg-Mission and Reynosa-McAllen metropolitan areas. The highway runs 5 miles east from downtown McAllen and 41 miles to Harlingen. Interstate 2 … Read more

Fort Wayne, IN

3.7
 

Fort Wayne – a city in northeastern Indiana. It is located at the confluence of the St. Marys and St. Joseph rivers in Memi. The three rivers are symbolically depicted on the citys flag. Fort Wayne – the administrative center of the county of Allen. The site of the present city was at one time … Read more

Corpus Christi, TX

3.7
 

Long the southern coastline of the Gulf of Mexico is the city of Corriès-Crécy, the administrative center of Nouyès County. Originally founded in 1839 as a small market town, Nu Nueces has been transformed into a tourist complex that offers a wide range of services for every visitor to enjoy a comfortable holiday. The citys … Read more

Alicante

3.7
 

On the coast of the Mediterranean Sea lies the city of Alicante, the center of a single country in Spain. The citys economy is mainly based on trade, commerce and light industry. There is a large university in Alicante, and banking activities have developed. ×A part of the population is employed in industry. There are … Read more

Bonita Springs, FL

3.7
 

Bonita Springs is a city in Lee County, Florida, United States. It is part of the Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Florida, city of Stati. Historic District , on the southwest coast of the state. The city is located on the shores of Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The area, called Bonita Beach, is located … Read more

Scottsdale, AZ

3.7
 

The town of Scottsdale lies to the west of Maritime County, in the Salt River River Basin. It is known as the center of tourism and boating. Many hotels, nightclubs, restaurants, and entertainment venues fill the citys streets. The Scotiottesdale lies near the northern edge of the Sonora Hollow. The northern and northeastern edges are … Read more

Warsaw

3.7
 

Warsaw is the capital and largest city in Poland, situated on the banks of the River Wisła. By rights, it could be called the most beautiful city not only in Poland, but in all of Eastern Europe. Warsaw has a population of roughly 2 million people living in a 500-square-kilometer area. The population of Warsaw … Read more

Normal, IL

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 36 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 54,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 58 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Padova

3.7
 

Paedia – a city located in the north of Italy, founded by the Turks in the first millennium of our era. At that time, the village was known as Patavion, the origin of which is attributed to the river Pau (on the plane Padus). For the first time Padua is mentioned in «Enneidae» by Herodias, … Read more

Port St. Lucie, FL

3.7
 

Port St. Lucie is a city located in St. Lucie County, Florida, United States, with a population of 164,603 as of the 2010 census. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Port St. Lucie has a total area of 298.498 km², of which 295.138 km² is land and 3.359 km² is water. Water accounts for 1.12% … Read more

Ponta Delgada, Azores

3.7
 

The city and seaport of Ponta Delgado lies on the island of Azores, San Miguel, and is the capital of the island. The citys streets are decorated with ancient churches, monasteries, and houses in the colonial style of a bygone era. They are silent witnesses to the events of times past. Once upon a time, … Read more

Kaohsiung

3.7
 

The southwest corner of Taiwan is the center of industry and an important port in the country, Haoyoujoung. At the end of 2010, its territory was joined by the same name as the city. As a result of territorial reforms, Haazucún became a large municipality. The citys territory spans the waterside of the Taiwan Strait. … Read more

Johnson City, TN

3.7
 

Johnson County is located in Tennessee, USA. It was officially formed in 1836. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the total area of the county is 784,771 km2, of which 771,821 km2 is land and 10,360 km2, or 1.410%, is water. Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 30 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to … Read more

Waco, TX

3.7
 

The city of Ójéko is the center of Mac-Lennan County, which is in the heart of Texas. Local residents and citizens of the United States call it the Heart of Texas. The city is nestled between a single lake and the Brazos River. The indigenous inhabitants of the area are the Uyichit tribes, whom the … Read more

Jena

3.7
 

Yenana, the second-largest city in Tiberinia, stretches out along the rugged banks of the middle reaches of the River Côte dAzur. It is one of the largest educational centers in Germany. He was mentioned in the official chronicles in 1189. The place belonged to the owners of the castle of Lobláóðg, after which it was … Read more

Bordeaux

3.7
 

The first settlement of the present city of Bordo was founded in the fifth century AD by the Gauls. The city was founded in the fifth century AD by the Gauls and was called Bourdégale. The strategic location of the river Dewez attracted the Romans, who took over the village and made it an important … Read more

St. Gallen

3.7
 

In the northeasternmost part of Switzerland, the Scandinavian Land of Sanktôte-Gaalalen stretches out. The eastern part of the continent is occupied by the Rhone Valley. In the north lies Lake Constantine. The western edges of the contours of the Continent are in close proximity to the territory of Öhrgach and Turgäu. There are several waterways … Read more

Memphis, TN

3.7
 

Memopolis – the largest city in Tennessee. It is located in the southwestern part of the state, on the border with two states – Mississippi and Arcansas. The Méméditerranée lies at the mouth of the river Oulau into the Mémédicene. The urban agglomeration also includes the townships of neighboring states. There are four monuments that … Read more

Vineland, NJ

3.7
 

Overall Score 3.7 Air quality: 32 US AQI OK Tap water: Yes, safe to drink Religious government: Non-religious Population: 61,000 people GDP: $57,808 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 115V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 77 Mbps Best wireless: Verizon Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere Tipping: How much should I tip … Read more

Battle Creek, MI

3.6
 

Battle Creek is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan , in northwest Calhoun County , at the confluence of the Kalamazoo and Battle Creek rivers. It is the main town of Battle Creek, the Michigan Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which encompasses all of Calhoun County. According to the 2010 census , the city … Read more

Okinawa City, Okinawa

3.6
 

In the central part of Îkinaiva, in the same region of Küüsü, the city of Îkinaiva is located in the Küsü region. It is bordered by the city of Orruma, the villages of Kadena and Tiatana, and the villages of Ona and Kietanakakaguxuku. The symbol of the city is the hibiscus flower. Okineva was founded … Read more

Bangkok

3.6
 

Bangkokkom – the capital of the Kingdom of Thailand and the countrys largest city. The official name of the city – Kruung Tõhöy. Bangkokok is small. There are both buildings of modern architecture and ancient sites of the countrys history. The main attractions of the city are the many shrines and monuments to the Buddha. … Read more

Lawton, OK

3.6
 

Laughton is a city in Oklahoma (USA), the administrative center of Comanche County. It is the cultural and financial center of the county. It is located near a large granite deposit, and cotton farming is developed. The Comanche Headquarters is located in Laughton. Laughton is 142 km southwest of Oklahoma City. The city has an … Read more