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    THE MILAN CATHEDRAL (ITALY)

    Milan Cathedral, called Duomo di Milano in Italian, is a vast Gothic-style cathedral, located in the heart of Milan, Italy. 
    It is 515 ft (157 metres) long and 302 ft (92 m) wide. It can house up to 40.000 people. Il Duomo di Milano is one of the largest Catholic churches in the world.
    The construction of the Duomo of Milan began in 1386 and ended in 1965, it took place in th...

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    Part of La Petite Cote, Mbour is a department about an hours drive from Dakar, in Senegal.
    It is home to the popular resort towns (communes) of Joal Fadiouth, Popenguine, Saly and Somone.
    It hosts the largest fisherman's market in the country. 
    Here you will encounter the picturesque scene of traditional fishing boats moored at the docks, displaying their freshly-c...

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    ARGEGNO (ITALY)

    Argegno is a small and characteristic village, which overlooks Lake Como in the area of its major depth (around -410 meters), in Lombardy Region, Italy.
    Its proximity to Como, Tremezzina, and other famous Lake Como’s towns makes it one of the destinations more loved by tourists from all around the world. With Lake Como in front and Val d’Intelvi behind, Argegno represents a m...