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Travel to newBERLIN, a reflection of the German capital Berlin and its sights. Make friends or get tourist information at the Help Center. This true-to-detail copy of the city includes lively cultural events, shopping and art. Willkommen! Wir sprechen auch Deutsch!View this destination »
The London Eye at New London is a homage to the real life landmark. Unique to New London, visit one of the largest working Ferris wheels in Second Life, located next to the Thames, and discover a great way to view the other iconic landmarks set around New London sim.View this destination »
In real life, the Hotel Chelsea has been the NYC home of musicians, writers and artists of all kinds. Mark Twain graced the place with his presence at the turn of the last century, while contemporary artisans such as Bob Dylan have visited in more recent times. Enjoy the music, art and live here among the Bohemians in this historic replica, which was featured in The New York Times. Constructed using the original blueprints and photographs, the sim is a residence hotel, home to 25 galleries and features live acoustic music several times a week.View this destination »
Visit the busy, exciting streets of L.A., where you might just spot a movie star — or become one yourself!View this destination »
This virtual world reproduction of the famous central London cathedral, originally designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th century, maintains some of its real world counterpart's splendor inside and out.View this destination »
In the spring of 1974, farmers digging a well in the eastern suburbs of Xi'an, Shaanxi province China, were startled to discover an intact terracotta head. From there acheologists began to unearth an astonishing scene — a cavernous vault containing an entire army of warriors meant to guard the Emperor Qin Shi Huang as he made his journey into the afterlife. View the incredible sight for yourself.View this destination »
Visit the Washington Monument, which was built to honor the first president of the United States, George Washington. Explore the monument and teleport to the top to see a great view of WW2 Memorial Park.View this destination »
Take a trip down under in this sim that's more action-packed than an Aussie-rules football match. There's a gallery inside the Sydney Opera House, jet skiing and shark diving at the docks, and hang gliding atop the Centrepoint Tower!View this destination »
In a New York state of mind? The Big Apple is lovingly recreated here, from the massive Brooklyn Bridge right down to the steam rising off the manhole covers. Grab a taxi and explore the glitzy high-rises, the grimy warehouses — even participate in local elections!View this destination »
Take a virtual visit to downtown Toronto, where TRP360 Works has developed an accurate and detailed replica of this active Canadian city, using hundreds of photos from the real-world location.View this destination »
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