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14th Jul '17 9:26:16 PM DeltaDart
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* '''UsefulNotes/SanDiego, California, United States:''' Second-largest city of California, sitting next to the Mexican border. Built as the first Catholic mission in California, San Diego once thrived as the command center for the Pacific fleet during World War II, and has since reinvented itself as a center of biotechnology and its burgeoning beach scene.

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* '''UsefulNotes/SanDiego, California, United States:''' Second-largest city of California, sitting next to the Mexican border. Built as the first Catholic mission in California, San Diego once thrived as the command center for the Pacific fleet during World War II, and it still serves that purpose to the present day. However, it has since reinvented itself as diversified in various ways, including a center of biotechnology biotechnology, a craft beer hub, and its burgeoning a beach scene.paradise. The city is known for having one of the most desirable climates in the world.
2nd Jul '17 11:36:48 AM nombretomado
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The major cities of the world and their appearances in fiction. This page is based on the 2012 classifications and rankings of the [[http://www.lboro.ac.uk/gawc/ Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC)]] think tank group from Loughborough University in England, the earliest group to attempt such a categorization from way back in 1998. Expect some of these to show up in a WorldTour.[[labelnote:*]]It should be noted, however, that the index has long been outdated and some changes have happened among the cities in the list, so for anybody who wants to know the details, this list is obsolete and [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_city you're better off]] [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial_centre searching]] TheOtherWiki.[[/labelnote]]

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The major cities of the world and their appearances in fiction. This page is based on the 2012 classifications and rankings of the [[http://www.lboro.ac.uk/gawc/ Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC)]] think tank group from Loughborough University in England, the earliest group to attempt such a categorization from way back in 1998. Expect some of these to show up in a WorldTour.[[labelnote:*]]It should be noted, however, that the index has long been outdated and some changes have happened among the cities in the list, so for anybody who wants to know the details, this list is obsolete and [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_city you're better off]] [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial_centre searching]] TheOtherWiki.Wiki/TheOtherWiki.[[/labelnote]]
26th Jun '17 7:10:18 PM FireCrawler2002
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* '''UsefulNotes/{{Brussels}}, UsefulNotes/{{Belgium}}:''' Capital and largest city of Belgium, the home of sprouts, peeing boys, and the seat of many an international political organization, most prominent of which is UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion.

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* '''UsefulNotes/{{Brussels}}, UsefulNotes/{{Belgium}}:''' Capital and largest city of Belgium, the home of sprouts, peeing boys, and the seat of many an international political organization, most prominent of which is UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion.are the UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion and UsefulNotes/{{NATO}}.
1st May '17 5:06:20 AM AntonF
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5th Feb '17 12:07:36 PM faunas
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* '''UsefulNotes/{{Lisbon}}, Lisbon District[=/=]Lisbon and Tagus Valley Region[=/=]Lisbon NUTS II and Metropolitan Area[=/=]Estremadura[[note]]Not E''x''tremadura, that's in Spain [[/note]] Province[[note]]Portugal has no set administrative divisions on the Continent[[/note]], UsefulNotes/{{Portugal}}:''' Capital and largest city of Portugal, situated on the northern side of the mouth of the Tagus River, as well as the oldest capital city in Western Europe.

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* '''UsefulNotes/{{Lisbon}}, Lisbon District[=/=]Lisbon District'''[=/=]'''Lisbon and Tagus Valley Region[=/=]Lisbon Region'''[=/=]'''Lisbon NUTS II and Metropolitan Area[=/=]Estremadura[[note]]Not Area'''[=/=]'''Estremadura'''[[note]]Not E''x''tremadura, that's in Spain [[/note]] Province[[note]]Portugal [[/note]]''' Province'''[[note]]Portugal has no set first-level administrative divisions on the Continent[[/note]], Continent[[/note]]''', UsefulNotes/{{Portugal}}:''' Capital and largest city of Portugal, situated on the northern side of the mouth of the Tagus River, as well as the oldest capital city in Western Europe.
5th Feb '17 12:05:48 PM faunas
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* '''UsefulNotes/{{Lisbon}}, UsefulNotes/{{Portugal}}:''' Capital and largest city of Portugal, situated on the northern side of the mouth of the Tagus River, as well as the oldest capital city in Western Europe.

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* '''UsefulNotes/{{Lisbon}}, Lisbon District[=/=]Lisbon and Tagus Valley Region[=/=]Lisbon NUTS II and Metropolitan Area[=/=]Estremadura[[note]]Not E''x''tremadura, that's in Spain [[/note]] Province[[note]]Portugal has no set administrative divisions on the Continent[[/note]], UsefulNotes/{{Portugal}}:''' Capital and largest city of Portugal, situated on the northern side of the mouth of the Tagus River, as well as the oldest capital city in Western Europe.
24th Jul '16 11:56:34 AM Beatlemania
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The major cities of the world and their appearances in fiction. This page is based on the 2012 classifications and rankings of the [[http://www.lboro.ac.uk/gawc/ Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC)]] think tank group from Loughborough University in England, the earliest group to attempt such a categorization from way back in 1998. Expect some of these to show up in a WorldTour. It should be noted, however, that the index has long been outdated and some changes have happened among the cities in the list, so for anybody who wants to know the details, this list is obsolete and [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_city you're better off searching]] TheOtherWiki.

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The major cities of the world and their appearances in fiction. This page is based on the 2012 classifications and rankings of the [[http://www.lboro.ac.uk/gawc/ Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC)]] think tank group from Loughborough University in England, the earliest group to attempt such a categorization from way back in 1998. Expect some of these to show up in a WorldTour. It [[labelnote:*]]It should be noted, however, that the index has long been outdated and some changes have happened among the cities in the list, so for anybody who wants to know the details, this list is obsolete and [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_city you're better off off]] [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial_centre searching]] TheOtherWiki.
TheOtherWiki.[[/labelnote]]
24th Jul '16 11:43:12 AM Beatlemania
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The major cities of the world and their appearances in fiction. This page is based on the 2012 classifications and rankings of the [[http://www.lboro.ac.uk/gawc/ Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC)]] think tank group from Loughborough University in England, the earliest group to attempt such a categorization from way back in 1998. Expect some of these to show up in a WorldTour.

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The major cities of the world and their appearances in fiction. This page is based on the 2012 classifications and rankings of the [[http://www.lboro.ac.uk/gawc/ Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC)]] think tank group from Loughborough University in England, the earliest group to attempt such a categorization from way back in 1998. Expect some of these to show up in a WorldTour.
WorldTour. It should be noted, however, that the index has long been outdated and some changes have happened among the cities in the list, so for anybody who wants to know the details, this list is obsolete and [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_city you're better off searching]] TheOtherWiki.



* '''{{UsefulNotes/Seoul}}, Seoul National Capital Area, UsefulNotes/SouthKorea:''' The 2000-year-old heart of the Korean Peninsula and capital and largest city of the South. Following the devastation of the UsefulNotes/KoreanWar, Seoul experienced a massive economic boom, culminating in hosting the 1988 Summer Olympics, and is also the birthplace of the Korean music craze.

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* '''{{UsefulNotes/Seoul}}, Seoul National Capital Area, UsefulNotes/SouthKorea:''' The 2000-year-old heart of the Korean Peninsula and capital and largest city of the South. Following the devastation of the UsefulNotes/KoreanWar, Seoul experienced a massive economic boom, culminating in hosting the 1988 Summer Olympics, and is also the birthplace of the [[Main/{{KoreanPopMusic}} Korean music craze.craze]].
15th Jul '16 1:23:18 PM Beatlemania
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* '''UsefulNotes/{{Seoul}}, Seoul National Capital Area, UsefulNotes/SouthKorea:''' The 2000-year-old heart of the Korean Peninsula and capital and largest city of the South. Following the devastation of the UsefulNotes/KoreanWar, Seoul experienced a massive economic boom, culminating in hosting the 1988 Summer Olympics, and is also the birthplace of the Korean music craze.

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* '''UsefulNotes/{{Seoul}}, '''{{UsefulNotes/Seoul}}, Seoul National Capital Area, UsefulNotes/SouthKorea:''' The 2000-year-old heart of the Korean Peninsula and capital and largest city of the South. Following the devastation of the UsefulNotes/KoreanWar, Seoul experienced a massive economic boom, culminating in hosting the 1988 Summer Olympics, and is also the birthplace of the Korean music craze.
30th May '16 2:45:26 AM KYCubbie
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* UsefulNotes/{{Toledo|Ohio}}, Ohio, United States

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* UsefulNotes/{{Toledo|Ohio}}, Ohio, UsefulNotes/ToledoOhio, United States
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