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While I may not agree with these choices or rankings, this is purely for entertainment purposes. The accompanying link provides some additional information and a short video on each city.
Some might call this a clue.
Winner of the 1999 RIBA Gold Medal award for it's architecture, the first and only time a city not an individual was the winner.
#2 South America
This South American city has the highest concentration of soccer teams than any city in the world.
#3 North America
In 2008 Forbes called this city the cleanest city in the USA 59% of it's residents were born OUTSIDE of the country
#4 North America
5,538 High Rise buildings. 50 skyscrapers taller than 656 ft. 28k acres of parkland. 14 miles of beaches and 500+ art galleries.
It's metro system is the oldest and 2nd longest in the world.
This Asian city has the worlds 2nd largest metropolitan area with over 24.5 million people
The city's prized art museum welcomes over 8 million visitors a year making it by far the worlds most visited art museum.
2nd city after Edinburgh to be named a UNESCO CITY OF LITERATURE.
Temple with a famous 150-foot-long Reclining Buddha, and a massage school, where $30 buys you a 3 hour massage.
#10 North America
This city is home to 17 of the 20 largest hotels in the USA
# 11 South America
Home to the biggest gay parade in the WORLD.
Spain's 'summer capital' is known for it's mild winters and comfortably warm summers.
Nicknamed 'The Miami' of the Middle East
Steep mountainsides inland and Caribbean-like seascapes makes it an obvious summer vacation spot for Italians.
Visit Nazi-era airport Tempelhof, now closed for air traffic, and find a wide-open space for biking, rollerblading or impromptu soccer games.
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With a diverse blend of French, Spanish and North African influences rapid urbanization has caused this city's population to quadruple over the last 30 years.
#17 North America
Chop Suey, and Fortune cookies were invented in this city that claims more billionaires than all but 3 cities in the world.
Home to the infamous Vesuvius volcano, the one that destroyed Pompeii.
#19 North America
This Mexican city harbors a metropolitan population of almost 20 million people.
#20 South America
This beach lined peninsula is known as the Beverly Hills of the south. It's 500k tourists dwarf it's population of 7,300.
Only open once a year in September, the underground Roman galleries are a popular attraction.
This cities name literally means 'Northern Capital' which is fitting.
Skype and file sharing site Kazaa was developed in this city. 'Tallinn' translates to 'CASTLE TOWN'
Only city in the world to span 2 continents Europe and Asia
The Worlds southernmost Capital city...yeah thats all you get, these aren't meant to be hints...just interesting bits of information.
#26 North America
2nd largest French speaking city in the world after Paris.
Comprised of 7 separate islands connected by causeways which took 60 years to build.
Strolling along the Darling Harbour boardwalk or kayaking from Rose Bay out to Shark Island will convince any man that he’s in one of the world’s best-looking cities.
Home to more museums per sq meter than anywhere in the world...oh yeah and lots of pot.
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