I'm talking about cities with architectural landmarks that are known around the world. You just have to take one look at the building and you know exactly what city it comes from.
For me, I'd say
1. New York (Statue of Liberty)
2. Paris (Eiffel Tower)
3. London (Big Ben)
4. Rome (Colloseum)
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Hey guyzzz! :cool:
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