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Explore 3D replicas of famous landmarks and locations in Second Life. Travel the virtual world without leaving home!
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Visit the famous Statue of Liberty, a symbol of freedom representing the gateway to the United States. Explore the museum that focuses on the statue's history and its various representations. Don't forget to pick up a souvenir!View this destination »
Visit the Apollo Theater and the Cotton Club in Harlem, New York, as they existed during the heyday of the Jazz Age.View this destination »
The Acropolis of Athens is the best known structure of its kind in the world. Come visit this impressive landmark and then take a tour around Plaka, the old historical neighborhood surrounding the Acropolis.View this destination »
Visit an in-world recreation of the beautiful French landmark, Mont Saint Michel.View this destination »
Take a hike, explore and tour the ruins of one of the "new seven wonders of the world" -- an impressive 3D replica of Machu Picchu, hosted by Universidad de San Martin de Porres from Peru.View this destination »
Put on your best clothes (the dress-code here is semi-formal at minimum) and hop aboard the classic steamship for romantic ballroom dancing, live music performances, and shopping.View this destination »
This detailed re-imagining of the Dutch capital comes complete with moving trams, canals, bridges, and architecture.View this destination »
Wonder at the majesty of the St. Louis Gateway Arch in Second Life!View this destination »
Bathe in the neon glow of this sim based on Hong Kong's infamous Kowloon Walled City, a place with a sorted past and where sunlight rarely reaches the ground below. Shops line the narrow city streets and darkened alleys, while Panda Park offers the lone space to stare up at the stars.View this destination »
Visit this 3D replica of The Alamo, the historic landmark originally built by the Spanish in the 18th Century.View this destination »
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