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Paris Metro Couture

Paris Metro Couture

Experience Paris, France with Paris Metro Couture. Stunning gowns drape and move like a dream while enjoying all the Paris regions attractions including shopping, the Eiffel Tower and the Paris Metro Art Gallery. All the real world Paris attractions here are perfect for photography, blogging and socializing.

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Vieux Colmar

Vieux Colmar

Vieux Colmar is a realistic model of old town Colmar, France. The Petite Venise and Ancienne Douane areas have flower-lined bridges and canals in spring and summer where you can ride kayaks and rowboats.

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Cinnabar

Cinnabar

Underneath the wings of freedom, love and sound, are people enjoying the one and true sound of friendship. Born to love, born to dance. The multi-award winning official Guinness World Record holding phenomenon, Cinnabar, from Utherverse and RL, now in Second Life.

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Scapa Flow 1914-1918

Scapa Flow 1914-1918

Inspired by the operations of the British Grand Fleet during WWI, this RP region presents the flagship dreadnought HMS Iron Duke in real size and captures the mood of that era around the fictional Scapa Flow isle of Selkie Holm. Apart from the battleship, you can explore the little fishing village and countryside with its coastal defenses. Take the ferry to visit the hospital ship HMHS Saint Margaret of Scotland and the steamer Saint Ola or enjoy a beer at The Black Swan pub.

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St. Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul's Cathedral

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.

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Neufreistadt

Neufreistadt

Neufreistadt is a charming town and surrounding valley inspired by the real-life Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Bavaria. Visit one of the pubs, cafes, or spend some quiet moments in the Kirche. The MoCa (Museum of Contemporary Art) is not to be missed. Wander the narrow streets of Neufreistadt and enter the gates of the beautiful Schloss, standing at the highest point. There are secrets to be found!

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Jack the Ripper East of London

Jack the Ripper East of London

Travel back to 1888 and visit east of London in this recreation of the original Jack the Ripper crime scene, including at least three murder scenes. There's also a museum to explore and learn more.

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Sonora West

Sonora West

Travel to the forgotten town of Sonora, Arizona.

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Borneo

Borneo

Borneo is a beautiful destination for those looking to explore, relax or simply pass the time with friends. This intricately detailed region is open to all visitors, and offers a breath-taking landscape created by the amazingly talented Neva Crystall. Crafted to delight the senses, Borneo is definitely a must-see location for those looking to enjoy the beauty that Second Life has to offer!

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Dornoch Cathedral, Scotland

Dornoch Cathedral, Scotland

Dornoch Cathedral is located in the heart of the Scottish village of Dornoch in the Highlands of Scotland. An Anglican cathedral, it is designed in the Gothic style and features custom made stained glass windows, a large pipe organ, steeple bells, plus lovely grounds to enjoy. A spiritual place for peaceful, quiet contemplation, available for weddings. Concerts held quarterly too!

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