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Koziar's Christmas Village - The Wonderland of Christmas Displays

Koziar’s Christmas Village – The Wonderland of Christmas Displays

It is located in deep in the heart of Jefferson Township, near the Bernville, Pennsylvania. Koziar’s Christmas Village is one of the country’s most renowned Christmas attraction situated just fifteen miles away from Reading city in Pennsylvania which is the state’s largest populated city. It’s one of the top Christmas attractions in the northern America, and it has been the core Christmas attractions for about seventy years. By adding more attractions, twinkling displays, and unique exhibits, it has become the prime Christmas charm and the people from not just the nearby areas but from all around the world started taking the tour of this Christmas miracle. It showcases about half a million remarkable attractions which makes it the top Christmas displays in the United States of America.

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Castello di Amorosa

Castello di Amorosa – The 13th Century Castle and Winery in Napa Valley

Castello di Amorosa is one of the American top-notch historical sites located in the heart of Napa Valley at Calistoga, California. It is an authentic 13th-century medieval castle, also one of the only Tuscan styled castle that can be found in the country. Dario Sattui, the fourth generational Italian winemaker, and entrepreneur build the castle after his great- grandfather who migrated directly from Italy to California and started an outstanding winery in San Francisco. Dario Sattui spent over fourteen years to build the Castello di Amorosa. However, despite the medieval architecture and structure of the castle, it one of the tourist’s prime attraction in Napa Valley for its finest winery and wine tasting tours that operate throughout the year. The castle is producing twenty-five hundred liters of wine per year, and it is sold directly to the customers within the premises of the castle, not outside the castle.

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Rice University

Rice University

Rice University is located in the Houston heart, Texas. Rice is a research university fostering diversity and offers an intellectual environment that develops the next generation leaders and tomorrow’s thinking.
Rice is the best university. It is prominent for music, engineering and architecture programs. Rice has the best science programs and also an excellent reputation for its nanotechnology research.

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Perkins Cove

Perkins Cove

Perkins Cove is a small harbor bay located in the coastal town of Ogunquit, York County, Maine. The name of the town means “beautiful place by the sea” in the indigenous Abenaki language. The town itself is located on the south western edge of the state of Maine, whereas the state is located in the north eastern part of the United States of America. It is one of the major tourists’ attractions because of the scenic beauty along with countless activities available near the location. The calm blue waters attract thousands of visitors from all around the world throughout the year. Originally it was a small fishing community, but its breathtaking views have forced travelers to visit. Now a major attraction, Perkins Cove has become an ideal place to take amazing photos, shop and eat some quality seafood.

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Tijuana City

Tijuana City

Tijuana City is ranked at the largest city in Baja California, and it is the center of Tijuana Metropolitan Area. It has a population of roughly about 1.3 million, and the figure, however, gets expanded if suburbs are included as well. Tijuana is now known as an often-visited place by fellow Americans as it is located near the border to San Diego.

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Gillette City in Wyoming

Gillette City in Wyoming

Gillette is the county seat of Campbell County and a city in the United States. Gillette area was formerly referred to as the Donkey Town and later was referred as a tent town. This community earned its name after Edward Gillett, a local surveyor then. This was the time the area in 1891 was platted, and the lots were sold. In the same year, the railroad arrived, and after a span of time, the community here started to prosper and also develop, but after the railroad extension was done beyond Gillette, the community declined.

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Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole

Jackson is located in the Teton County, Wyoming. It is a town in the Jackson Hole valley, United States. The population at the 2010 census was 9,577, showing an increase from 8,647 population in 2000. It is a large town in this county seat.

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Boston Museum of Science

Boston Museum of Science

Boston Museum of Science was established in 1830. It is located in Boston, Massachusetts. The museum is more like an indoor zoo that embeds a lot of history and modern tech within it. The current rate of people who visits this place is about 1.5 Million. Sideways with more than 700 communicating exhibitions, the museum structures numerous live performances all over the museum, with displays at the Mugar Omni Theater and the Charles Hayden Planetarium, the vaulted IMAX monitor located in New England.

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State Capitol Building Salt Lake City

State Capitol Building Salt Lake City

Utah’s Capitol building is strategically positioned on a hill overlooking the downtown. Salt Lake City is an elegant architectural masterpiece. This building is set over 40 acres and has beautifully maintained, well-sculpted lawns, flowerbeds, trees, and shrubs. Yoshino cherry trees from the south steps can be viewed. From the front steps, a spectacular view of the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains can be seen and below the Salt Lake City.

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Roger William Park Zoo

Roger William Park Zoo

Situated amongst about 40 acres of attractive woods, the Roger Williams Park Zoo offers guests the chance to have a look at a different kind of wildlife from all over the World. Some are exceeding than a million years old. Its Natural environs are family to about 100 species of animals or maybe more. The animals here include flamingoes, sloths, alligators Komodo dragon, zebras, and red pandas, African elephants, snow leopards, bears, anteaters, Masai giraffes, etc.

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