Mont St. Michel France. Located on France’s northwest coast, Mont St. Michel appears to rise from the surrounding tide flats. First used as a military stronghold, it was later home to a monastery in the 8th century. The Romanesque abbey at the top of the island, built in the 11th century, eventually became an important destination for Catholic pilgrims. Connected to the mainland by a causeway, Mont St. Michel is surrounded by dangerous quicksand and rapidly rising tides.
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If I were to pick another US city to live in, I'd pick Boston. Preferably an apt by the North End.
venecia "La ciudad de los canales" cada año recibe mas de 15 millones de visitantes, esta situada sobre un conjunto de islas que se extiende por una laguna pantanosa, lo que la hace una ciudad única en el mundo.