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In Europe, where is a water border with visible markers, which can be crossed by a tourist in a small rented boat, without a passport check?

I am very fond of borders and I find crossing the border is the best bit of traveling. Is there any border in the EU that is similar to the one in the photo and that I can visit? Water borders ...
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What is the location of this performance?

In this youtube video, Estas de Tonne is playing on a street - from what I can gather, somewhere in Germany, some time in 2011-2012, although I may be mistaken. Can anyone pinpoint a more precise ...
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Where in Europe can I find an aircraft turned into a hotel?

I just found out that in Sweden there is an old Boeing 747 turned into a hotel. Where else in Europe can I find something like this? The closer to Germany, the better
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Where is this lake?

The filename of this image is "rocky mountains", but it rather looks like Norway to me. Where is it exactly? No source I find through Google Images or through tineye will be more specific than ...
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Which place in Middle East are these photos taken from?

I haven't seen this place yet.. can anyone tell me where this is? Seems beautiful and worth visiting
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Is there still uncharted land? [duplicate]

Recently I drove on a road not yet mapped on osm. As soon as I get back, I will add it. It made me wonder if every piece of land is already mapped, or if you could still have a bit of adventure, doing ...
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Where is the world's largest commercial elevator?

Out of curiosity, I went to search for "world's largest elevator", but all the results were for grain elevators. Now obviously, you can't ride in a grain elevator. What I meant was, what is the ...
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What are some non-Indian and non-Middle Eastern Sufi destinations around the world?

What are some Sufi destinations around the world where Sufi dervishes live, like Buddhist monks, in a group? Are there Sufi destinations in Turkey, China, Russia, Europe or any other part of the ...
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What is the longest distance by car ferry?

I just noticed that there is a ferry from mainland spain to Tenerife. I already knew of the ferry to Iceland. My question is if there are ferries that travel longer distances than these two?
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Is there a thematic train trip based on Christmas?

For some unknown reason to me trains and Christmas are related. There are movies about it and during Christmas I always see miniature trains and tracks being sold a lot more. I enjoy traveling by ...
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What is the largest pub/bar in Europe?

What is Europe's largest pub or bar? Please do not include places which are basically just breweries. I thought it was "World's End" in London but after visiting other places I am no longer sure.
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How to get to “Life Of Pi's” bizarre island?

I am always fascinated by islands, especially the uninhabited or bizarre ones. I also previously asked about The duct tape island of Mythbusters. My new pursuit of interest is the bizarre island from ...
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Where is the Hanuatu Island complex?

I came across this article: http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/david-rockefellers-sixth-heart-transplant-successful-at-age-99/ Where a "Hanuatu Island complex" is mentioned and a photography of it ...
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Name of this place

Anyone knows the name of this river? https://www.facebook.com/grupolance/videos/1092759427413531/
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U.S. East Cost most popular spring break destinations

I'm currently an exchange student in Cleveland, OH. Some friends of mine and I want to make a Cleveland - Miami round trip by car during spring break (7/3 to 16/3). We are looking to meet up with ...
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Where is the cheapest place on earth to rock climb?

To narrow the scope of my question, by "place" I mean rocks with a variety of routes with bolts in place, and by "cost" I refer to equipment rental and access to walls (excluding food, lodging, and ...
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Are there any Carsten Höller slides in museums/galleries in Central or Eastern Europe?

A few years ago, the artist Carsten Höller installed some slides in the turbine hall of the Tate Modern gallery in London. These looked really good, but sadly were insanely popular and I never got the ...
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What are some remote places to live with reliable (wired) high-speed broadband internet? [closed]

I'm absolutely fascinated by the small, multi-colored fishing towns along maritime regions in the Northern Atlantic (Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Norway). Since my work could technically be done ...
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Options for getting paid for hunting or fishing on vacation

Is there any place, no matter where you have to travel to, where we get paid to hunt? At least, it would be nice to cover partially the costs or even break even.
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City in which Norwegian Santa lives [duplicate]

I'm no expert in Scandinavian languages (Norwegian and such) but I've been wondering where actually does their Santa (Julenissen) live (city)? I've been able to find ambiguous answers on this matter ...
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Are there any inhabited condominiums (joint sovereignties) apart from Brčko District?

The Wikipedia article on condominium (in the meaning of joint sovereignty) lists a number of present condominiums, including Brčko District, which has almost 90000 inhabitants and is a condominimum ...
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where can one see columns from the world trade center? [on hold]

The Texas State Cemetery has one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_State_Cemetery#/media/File:Texas_State_Cemetery_September_11_Memorial.jpg The National Atomic Testing Museum has one as well: ...
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Destinations with a tradition of elopement [closed]

What are some destinations with a tradition of elopement? Gretna Green is a good example of this - it used to be the go-to destination for elopers in the UK, because laws in Scotland were less strict ...
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As an American — where can I NOT go? [closed]

That's right folks. Where on this beautiful blue and green (and some yellow and grey in there too) marble of ours would an American of European descent be disallowed access or would face serious risk ...
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Where in Asia can I meet tall peoples?

I'm about six foot five (195 cm in the new measure). When I've visited Japan and Taiwan, it's fairly obvious that I'm taller than the average person there, and residents sometimes mention how tall I ...