Top 10 Most Visited Countries

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10. Thailand: Thailand is home to the world's largest gold Buddha statue, located in Wat Traimit, Bangkok. The famous Thai dish, pad Thai, was created as part of a national campaign to promote rice noodles in the 1940s.

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9. Mexico:  The ancient city of Teotihuacan, known for its impressive pyramids, was once one of the largest cities in the world. Mexico City is built on the ruins of the Aztec capital, Tenochtitlan, and showcases a blend of ancient ruins and modern architecture.

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8. United Kingdom The United Kingdom is not just composed of Great Britain; it also includes Northern Ireland. Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument in England, continues to puzzle researchers as its exact purpose and construction method remain a mystery.

7. Germany The Romantic Road, a scenic tourist route, stretches over 400 kilometers and showcases picturesque medieval towns and castles. Berlin, the capital city, has more bridges than Venice, with over 1,700 bridges crossing its rivers and canals.

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6. Turkey Istanbul, straddling two continents, Europe and Asia, is the only city in the world spanning two continents. The ancient city of Troy, made famous by Homer's Iliad, is located in western Turkey and has a history dating back over 4,000 years.

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5. Italy Vatican City, an independent city-state within Rome, is the smallest country in the world by both area and population. Italy is home to the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites globally, including iconic landmarks like the Colosseum and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

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4. China The Great Wall of China is not a single continuous wall but a series of fortifications built over centuries. The Terracotta Army, discovered in Xi'an, is an underground army of over 8,000 life-sized statues that guard the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang.

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3. United States The Grand Canyon in Arizona is not the deepest canyon in the world, but it is among the most visually breathtaking natural wonders. America's oldest city, St. Augustine in Florida, was founded in 1565, making it older than Jamestown, Virginia, by more than 40 years.

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2. Spain: Spain has the second-highest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the stunning Alhambra palace in Granada. La Tomatina, an annual tomato-throwing festival held in Buñol, attracts thousands of participants from around the globe.

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1. France: The Eiffel Tower in Paris was originally intended to be a temporary structure for an exhibition but was saved from demolition. The country is home to the world's largest collection of vineyards, producing renowned wines like Bordeaux and Champagne.

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