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Seaside Resorts In Wales - Tourist Destinations in Wales
... with tourists, including Cardiff is the capital and largest city ... The city has three major performing arts venues the Wales Millennium Centre, St David's Hall and New Theatre ... Swansea is the second-largest city ...
Australia-Canada Relations - Comparison of Australia and Canada - Demography
... In both countries, the nations' largest city is not its capital city, however they are capitals of the regions they are located in ... In Canada, Toronto is the largest city and provincial capital of Ontario, while in Australia, Sydney is the largest city and state capital of New South Wales ...
Boshundhora
... is the capital of Bangladesh and the principal city of Dhaka Division ... has an estimated population of over 12 million in 2008, making it the largest city in Bangladesh ... It is the 9th largest city in the world and also 28th among the most densely populated cities in the world ...
Tourism In The Republic Of Macedonia - Destinations - Cities
... Skopje, the capital and largest city, is situated in the northern part of the country on the Vardar River ... Bitola, the second largest city, is situated in the southern part of the country ... Heraclea Lyncestis, one of the Republic of Macedonia's largest archaeological sites, is located in Bitola ...
Stambol - Demographics
... most of its history, Istanbul has ranked among the largest cities in the world ... and 500,000 people, edging out its predecessor, Rome, for world's largest city ... such as Baghdad and Chang'an, for the position of world's most populous city until the 13th century ...

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    San Francisco is where gay fantasies come true, and the problem the city presents is whether, after all, we wanted these particular dreams to be fulfilled—or would we have preferred others? Did we know what price these dreams would exact? Did we anticipate the ways in which, vivid and continuous, they would unsuit us for the business of daily life? Or should our notion of daily life itself be transformed?
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    John Dryden (1631–1700)