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Cut flowers, cut foliage, and flower bulbs are traded globally. The Netherlands is the world's largest commercial producer of tulips, exporting around three billion each year.
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Yellowstone National Park is a hydrothermal and geologic park in Wyoming, US, stretching towards Idaho and Montana.
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Singapore was the country with the highest road quality between 2006-2020. The country's productivity, safety, and satisfaction are high due to its thriving Infrastructure sector.
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Helgoland, or Heligoland, is a small German group of islands in the North Sea. The islands have a population of only 1650.
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London Metal Market and Exchange was first established above a hat shop in Lombard Court in London in 1877 and traded in tin, copper, and pig iron.
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Dike or Dyke also has another word, a levee. It is a long wall or bank built to hold water or to separate land areas.
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Papua New Guinea is made up of the eastern half of the Island of New Guinea, the islands of New Ireland, New Britain, and Bougainville, as well as neighboring smaller islands.
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The 'hole' discovered in Antarctica was over 29 million square kilometers, larger than Russia and Canada combined.
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The Garden of Eden is a biblical earthly paradise created by God to be for Adam and Eve. Some claim that the name “Eden” derives from the Akkadian term 'edinu,' which means 'plain'.
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Romans were the first to use the name "Black Forest." The Roman soldiers were walking through Germany, and a dark, dense forest blocked their path. They called it "Silva Nigra," which means "Black Forest".

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