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    Þingvellir. Revered by Icelanders, this beautiful natural amphitheatre is the birthplace of nation.
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    Pickled shark and brennivín. Iceland’s traditional foodstuffs are eaten with gusto during the pagan festival of Þorrablót.
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    Snӕfellsnes. The mystical volcano here was the entrance point to the planet’s interior in Jules Verne’s Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
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    international trade was the focal point of Dutch wealth,
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    Thursday evening is koopavond (late-shopping), when most shops are open till 9pm
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    Ecco and Abercrombie & Fitch. If you’re looking for footwear, one of the city’s most
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    a lady the age of your grandmother Chào bà.

    for a lady the age of your aunt chào co

    for a lady slightly older than you chào chị

    for a man the age of your grandfather chào ông

    for a man slightly older than you chào anh

    for a man the age of your uncle chào bác

    for a person the age of your younger sibling chào em

    for a child chào con

    Goodbye Tậm biệt

    Excuse me (begging pardon) Xin lỗi

    Excuse me (asking for service) Chị ıi! Anh ıi! Em ıi! (etc)
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    Classical Vietnamese literature concerns itself greatly with myths and legends. Undoubtedly the best-known piece of writing in Vietnam is Tale of Kieu, a 3,254-verse epic poem written by 18th-century author Nguyen Du.
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    Smörgåsbord. The Swedish smörgåsbord elevates the humble buffet table to an art form, with its beautifully prepared hot-and-cold dishes. For more information, click here.
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    France Prešeren (1800–49), author of Zdravljica (A Toast, 1844), which was chosen as the Slovenian national anthem when the country finally gained full independence in 1991.
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