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Johnathan Yesson32,565TO GAIN MORE G+ CIRCLES DO THE FOLLOWING:1.) +12.) RE-SHARE3.) ADD PEOPLESIMPLE!#circle #circleshare #circles #circlesharing #SuperCircle #sharepubliccircle #sharedcircles #shared #sharedcircleoftheday #sharedcircleoftheweek #googlecircleshare #ShareThis #addmetoyourcircles #addcircle #addtoyourcircles #engagerscircle #awesomepeople #awesomecircle #megacircle #plus1 #plus1this #plus1it #plusonethispost #getmorefollowers #followme #addme #circlesdiscovery #epiccircle2014-09-09 09:24:3050114628
Anil Thomas991Another great circle shared with me by an amazing G+'er!!This circle will add great, amazing, wonderful, and awesome content to you feed plus your page will receive massive engagement and ppplllluuuussss  OnEs!!!   Welcome to +circle your circle with circles!!!!!  :DBoost your visibility on Google+ - Share the circle!To be added to the Circle you have to do these simple steps:1 - include me in your circles2 - Click add people and create your circle3 - share the circle (include yourself)4 - add +1 to the post*More you share more you get!#circle   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #circleoftheday   #circleoftheweek   #share   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #engagers   #engagerscircle   #engagerspeople   #engagersshowcasecircle   #engagersshowcase  2014-08-29 16:12:01261012
Nick Warner645Check out these awesome Crowdfunders2014-08-07 16:05:31470001
Nick Warner645Follow these awesome friends!2014-08-07 16:03:15500307
Johnathan Yesson30,544TO GAIN MORE G+ CIRCLES DO THE FOLLOWING:1.) +12.) RE-SHARE3.) ADD PEOPLESIMPLE!#circle #circleshare #circles #circlesharing #SuperCircle #sharepubliccircle #sharedcircles #shared #sharedcircleoftheday #sharedcircleoftheweek #googlecircleshare #ShareThis #addmetoyourcircles #addcircle #addtoyourcircles #engagerscircle #awesomepeople #awesomecircle #megacircle #plus1 #plus1this #plus1it #plusonethispost #getmorefollowers #followme #addme #circlesdiscovery #epiccircle 2014-07-29 13:59:14501302137
Bill Perry19Bill's Circle ShareBoost your visibility on Google+ - Share the circle!To be added to the Circle you have to do these simple steps:1 - include me in your circles2 - Click add people and create your circle3 - share the circle (include yourself)4 - add +1 to the post#circleoftheday  #circleshare  #circlesharing   #circlesharingforthepeopleplc  #sharedcircles  #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday  #sharedcircleday  #publiccirclesproject #publiccircles  #publicsharedcircles #sharedpublicircles  #circle #circles  #circlemeup  #awesomepeople   #awesomecircle #circleme   #sharedpoint  #sharewithyou  #ShareYourCircle '2014-06-22 13:06:43251525
Maulida Madura111Another great circle shared with me by an amazing G+'er!!This circle will add great, amazing, wonderful, and awesome content to you feed plus your page will receive massive engagement and ppplllluuuussss OnEs!!!   Welcome to +circle your circle with circles!!!!!  :DBoost your visibility on Google+ - Share the circle!To be added to the Circle you have to do these simple steps:1 - include me in your circles2 - Click add people and create your circle3 - share the circle (include yourself)4 - add +1 to the post2014-06-17 17:06:154965117
Maulida Madura68Circle Sharing is an awesome way to increase your followers and active engagers on your profile. Some of my favorite people that I've met here on Google + through Circle Sharing.    Want to be in the next Circle of Awesomeness? Follow the Steps Below!  ☛ Add the circle ☛ Share in the Public ☛ Plus 1 the Post. ☛ Comment.2014-06-10 02:14:55497609
Johnathan Yesson28,755****VIP #SuperCircle  Must Add + Reshare****#topsharedcircle   #facciamolastoria   #leonardo   #deroplus   #circleoftheday   #sharedcircle   #topsharedcircle   #sharedcircleoftheday   #myseoissocial   #besocial   #socializethesocial  #trust #circles  #circleshare  #sharedcircle   #circlesharing   #followers   #social   #socialnetworking   #topsharedcircle   #circleoftheday   #googleplus  #communities   #topsocialcircle   #influencers   #influencer   #socialnetworking   #betrustable   #trustinme   #popularitycircle   #trustablesharedcircle   #cerchiacondivisa   #circuloscompartidos   #smiletolife   #circlesharing   2014-05-27 16:14:48501271036
kiza baric0I am sharing my #Humor circle, if you wish to be part of this circle just follow instruction. Thanks to this week's active engagers, those who’ve enriched my G+ experience. For more plusses, shares, and comments, consider adding them to your circles.If you received a notification via this post or the attached comments, you're included. If you received a notification, please consider resharing to your circles..If you’d like to be added to the next circle share: ·         +1 this circle·         Share this circle·         Add this circle to your circles·         Comment on this post, showing that you’ve completed the steps above Thanks to everyone, and have a great weekend.2014-05-02 22:08:08144000
Johnathan Yesson27,263The #SuperCircle is back again, you know the rules:+1, Reshare, Add People, lets get as many as we can!#topsharedcircle   #facciamolastoria   #leonardo   #deroplus   #circleoftheday   #sharedcircle   #topsharedcircle   #sharedcircleoftheday   #myseoissocial   #besocial   #socializethesocial  #trust #circles  #circleshare  #sharedcircle   #circlesharing   #followers   #social   #socialnetworking   #topsharedcircle   #circleoftheday   #googleplus  #communities   #topsocialcircle   #influencers   #influencer   #socialnetworking   #betrustable   #trustinme   #popularitycircle   #trustablesharedcircle   #cerchiacondivisa   #circuloscompartidos   #smiletolife   #circlesharing   2014-04-29 08:51:07501282644
economy0#add   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #sharedcircles   #share  2014-04-21 12:28:01498206
Shinta putri anggun201please1.share2.click +13.comment thank you #artists   #indonesia #circlesharing   #circleshare #adult   #tourism #facebookmarketing   #facebook #googleplustips  2014-04-19 13:16:385010121
Correa Mirti0This is a group of individuals that has personally shared four of my best circle sharing circles in the last month (or so).  They also include a mix of new circle sharers and some that are just trying to learn it for the first time. :) :) :0)They are individuals, to a large degree, that are very interested in not just circle sharing (which is great), but also engaging with you in a meaningful way (which is awesome)!!!Guidelines for Core Multipliers- Share the circle to stay in the circle- Have some fun!- If you are new and want in the circle, share the circle.This is a great group.  Enjoy this circle and have an awesome Thursday!*if you were somehow missed/ not included in the circle, please let me know and it will be corrected on the next share. My apologies ahead of time! :)**For those coming from multiplying circle, we are not inviting new folks here, you can privately message them or ping them when you share the circle on your public feed. Thanks!#corecircle #multiplyingcircle #coremultipliers #sharedcircles #circleshare #bestsharedcircle   #circleshare   #sharedcircles   #circleoftheday   #CircleQueen   #CircleMaster   #GPlusList   #Circle   #Circleshare   #Circlesharing   #PublicSharedCircles2014-04-12 10:20:445016010
Jessica Anggoela0This is a group of individuals that has personally shared four of my best circle sharing circles in the last month (or so).  They also include a mix of new circle sharers and some that are just trying to learn it for the first time. :) :) :0)They are individuals, to a large degree, that are very interested in not just circle sharing (which is great), but also engaging with you in a meaningful way (which is awesome)!!!Guidelines for Core Multipliers- Share the circle to stay in the circle- Have some fun!- If you are new and want in the circle, share the circle.This is a great group.  Enjoy this circle and have an awesome Thursday!*if you were somehow missed/ not included in the circle, please let me know and it will be corrected on the next share. My apologies ahead of time! :)**For those coming from multiplying circle, we are not inviting new folks here, you can privately message them or ping them when you share the circle on your public feed. Thanks!#corecircle #multiplyingcircle #coremultipliers #sharedcircles #circleshare #bestsharedcircle   #circleshare   #sharedcircles   #circleoftheday   #CircleQueen   #CircleMaster   #GPlusList   #Circle   #Circleshare   #Circlesharing   #PublicSharedCircles2014-04-06 08:15:27501217
Thibaut Delp22,406Time for some  #CircleShare   This is my  #Awesome  Circle! Awesome people for an awesome Google+ experience! Enjoy folks :)+Nothing but Circles +Shared Circles on G+ +Full Circle +Circles (CircleHub) 2014-03-07 19:15:572389713
Carms Perez47,102Here's a circle with amazing women to follow on G+! My most recent find is+Kristen Macready  who is very engaging and always has a positive and uplifting word to say! Do you know any other amazing G+ women that I'm missing in this circle? Please mention them in the comments! :) #ns  2014-02-26 23:30:07425809
John Nuntiatio27,774#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #circleoftheday #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport #health   #entertainment  2014-02-19 07:36:39496312133
Canada Buy South Real Estate Network0Great Circle of Active  #RealEstate  Professionals!Share on:1)  Add +Canada Buy South Real Estate Network to your circles to get added to this growing Real Estate #circleshare  2)  Share the circle3)  Stay active and engage on G+! #realestateagent   #realestateinvesting   #realestatenews   #mortgage   #mortgagerates   #mortgagebroker   #mortgagenews   #circle   #circlesharing   #circleshared   #circleshareoftheday  2014-01-28 01:05:46501243
Mikhail Petrovsky63,455Good morning / evening to all.You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!Это социальный круг / This social circleВам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!#EarthMyMother #ForFriends #photo2014-01-27 02:27:20435411768
Artur M.35,787A Very Social CircleКруг людей с активной жизненной позицией в Гугле+circle of people, with active life position in Google+Если вы поделились этим кругом вчера, вы находитесь в нем сегодня. Если вы разделяете его с друзьями сегодня, вы будете в нем и завтра.2014-01-22 15:20:15423382357
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Mikhail Petrovsky61,618Good morning / evening to all. You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!Вам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!Это социальный круг / This social circle #EarthMyMother #ForFriends #photo2014-01-11 03:25:48437361163
Andrew Wisniewski37,207Good morning/evening to all.You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!Вам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!Это социальный круг This is a Social Circle  #ForFriends #photo #EarthMyMother 2013-12-20 09:32:31426462167
Линк-Сервис157Лучшие друзья!#circles #sharedcircles #addcircle #sharedpubliccircles  #growfollowers #circleshare #publicsharedcircles  #circleoftheweek #circlesharing #publiccircle  #findcircles #circlemeup #hyperballmaster #hyperballcircle 2013-12-19 14:26:395013011
Константин Вишневский37,633Circle of people, with active life position in Google+Simple To be added PLUS the post Share the post and Add the circle. Once you have done this let me know in the commentsКруг людей с активной жизненной позицией в Гугле+Просто быть добавлены PLUS сообщению Share пост и добавить круг. После того как вы сделали это, дайте мне знать в комментарияхIf you agree that this is a great circle, please re-share!#ForFriends #photo #EarthMyMother2013-12-12 14:38:43469503372
Vladimir Samsonov23,645Good morning/evening to all. You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!Вам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!Это социальный круг This is a Social Circle#ForFriends #photo #EarthMyMother2013-12-07 14:41:42475452769
Jan Havrda20,092Deep Thinkers.2013-11-15 00:06:31141216
Laura Bandiera1,202My top #GoogleEngagers #topengagers  Please do these steps to be included:1) Do plus 1 to the post (+1)2) Comment the post3) Include the #sharedcircle among your circles.4) Share the circle and include yourself (obviously).Thanks to my friends of +ESO SrlEnjoy their website: http://www.eso.itKisses, Laura2013-07-04 05:40:5948713620
Laura Bandiera762Top Engagers my friends #sharedcircle   get many followers through these simple steps: +1, comment this post, share it and include yourself in the shared circle. That's simple ! #sharedmycircle  2013-06-20 04:22:0748511412
matthew rappaport165,364Fun, Funny, Techy and Random #awesomesauce  +Shared Circles on G+ In this circle, YOU+ will find Amazing Plussers to circle that will lead you to everyone that is Epic  and not in this #sharedcircle  through comments, +Reshare s and +mention s!Also, circle anyone that comments below that they weren't inthis circle and Add them to a circle named Oopsy Daisies FTW!+G+ Achievement Unlocked :P2013-06-04 08:41:55450512864
Thibaut Delp19,470Add it, Share it, Enjoy :DI would like to share with you guys some of the most interesting, interactive and smart people of Google+!If you need fun, informations, beautiful photos, lots of humour, great musics, to be able to discuss on topics with people that think and if you want to be part of a community for whom human rights matter, well this is the circle you are looking for :D. Have fun!I may have forgot some of you guys.... Sorry for that! I will add you to this circle next time :) #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #share   #AwesomeCircle   #HumanrightsCircle   #HumourCircle   #Funcircle   #Googlepluscircle   #Circle   #circles  2013-05-29 16:16:2423613217
Lee Smallwood23,038This is my #dunbar  circle  - people's content I can't do without... #CircleShare   #FollowFriday  2013-05-17 17:19:4616121419
Lee Smallwood22,777Outstanding Contribution to G+ CircleActions [sometimes] speak louder than words - spoken or otherwise...Which is why I want to share this circle in particular. It contains people that go beyond the norm and their contributions to G+ are second to none.There maybe some familiar faces contained within it and some not so well known... However, together they create an entertaining and thought provoking content stream that I can't do without on a daily basis.Seriously consider adding them to your circles :) #circleshare  2013-05-10 10:51:3613625219
Zbynek Kysela6,148AWESOME PLUSSERS - APRIL 2013============================This is a public circle of awesome plussers on G+! If would like to be included here in next update please follow these steps:HOW TO BE PART OF IT===================1. Add this circle to your circles (Click Add circle)2. Re-Share This Post Publicly (Click Share Button Next To +1 Button)3. Click +1 and Comment to support the circle!Done ツMy entire social presence:http://xeeme.com/bouchacFeel free to connect.=====================#Circle   #Circles   #Public   #PublicCircle   #CircleShare   #CircleSharing #SharePublicCircle   #QSC   #querosercirculado   #circleoftheday #publicsharedcircles   #publiccirclesproject   #sharedcircleoftheday #fullcircleshare   #addmetoyourcircles   #awesomeness   #awesomepeople   #awesomecircle   #awesome     #awesomesauce #awesomeness   #awesomepeople   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #awesomesauce  #круг   #círculo     #サークル     #cercle     #دائرة   #xeeme2013-04-24 09:25:05494421734
Slavo Herman180I'd like to share with you the circle in which a little surprisingly I discovered my name. It is a circle with people who got one nomination to "Best of Google Plus 2012" created as the Circle No. 3 by +Kurt Smith.(He also created two more circles, No. 1 and 2, containing people with more nominations - you can find them at http://goo.gl/tAePD and http://goo.gl/7IBkV respectively :)2013-01-07 16:40:4448423115
matthew rappaport147,898499 +Google+ ers that are RELEVANT to me according to the PLUSarithmPart 2[Part 1 of Relevant +Shared Circles on G+  :https://plus.google.com/111048918866742956374/posts/5QvAYUjxhW1]This 2nd MEGA +Shared Circles on G+ is literally the 2nd 499 names that are listed when RELEVANCE is selected and 'Your Circles' is clicked under https://plus.google.com/circles (very close to it!)There are 41 that I didn't include in the circle but made the cut that are celebs or pages that I will list below as I wanted to share more users overall in this #sharedcircle  which is almost entirely full of WIN.The 41 +mention ed referenced above are:Pages:+Schemer, +HangoutParty, +G+ Live Hangout Events , +Kickin' and Plussin' , +Funny Pictures & Videos, +Having said that , +1000 zombies , +Handmade , +Mashable , +Animated Gifs! , +First Friday Art Walk , +2013-01-04 20:38:55500331732
Trever McGhee18,273+Take2seconds to click the add button on this circle!Last week +Kurt Smith asked people to name 5 people they thought should be named the 'Best of Google Plus 2012'.  He received 1,308 nominations for 730 Plussers.We were honored to be among them, so we've created two circles to honor those chosen.This is the second of 2 circles from that list.Their all worthy of a follow .. a circle  to see what they bring to your stream.Check them out for a week...keep the ones that you like at the end of the week and then put the rest aside for another time :-))))People always ask me to add them or another person to the next circle when I share circles from other people to help them connect with others...Well I can't add you to their circle but what I can do is create another circle for you.So if you would like to be in the next one or would like to recommend someone,1st. please leave a comment of why you or they should be in the next circle, why people should circle you back.2nd. please share this circle to the public stream to help these people connect with others.I'll create a circle once a week with your suggestion.P.S. if your in the above circle and would like to be in the next one, just let me know. #bestofgoogleplus   #bestofgoogleplus2012   #circle   #circles   #circleshare   #circlesharing   #circleoftheday   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircles   #sharedmycircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #publicshare   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles   #publiccirclesproject   #addmetoyourcircles   #awesomecircle   #awesomeness   #awesomepeople   #awesomecircle  +Circles 2013-01-02 20:58:1649052430
Kurt Smith21,124Here's The 'Best of Google Plus 2012' Circle Share (Circle 3 of 3)Last week I asked other plussers to name 5 Plussers they think should be named the 'Best of Google Plus 2012'. They nominated others based on what they think makes a really good Google Plusser - original & quality content; makes you think, laugh, & enjoy Google Plus more; engages with others; shares and helps others; etc. We got 1,308 nominations for 730 Plussers.This is the third of 3 Circle Shares of those named the 'Best of Google Plus' - this circle contains those who got 2-3 votes. These are plussers other plussers think are among the Best on Google Plus and I believe we should all circle and consider following them because other quality plussers we can trust recommend following them.Like the other circles I've curated ('Thought Provokers' & 'Plussers Who Give A Boost') you can only get in these circles on the recommendation of another plusser (no "add me" going on here). So this is a quality group that should be recognized for making Google Plus better for all of us.Let's encourage quality on G+ and the best way we can do that is to Add & Share these circles. It took some work to put this together, so the best 'thank you' you can give me (and the nominees) is to add, share and encourage your followers to do the same.Circle 1 (those who got 4+ nominations): http://goo.gl/tAePDCircle 2 (those who 2-3 nominations): http://goo.gl/7IBkVWondering who nominated you? Here's the original post to find out: http://goo.gl/0gHFk#bestofgoogleplus #bestofgoogleplus2012 #circle #circles #circleshare #circlesharing #circleoftheday #sharedcircles #sharedpubliccircles #sharedcircleoftheday #publicshare #publiccircles #publicsharedcircles #publiccirclesproject #addmetoyourcircles #awesomecircle #awesomeness #awesomepeople 2012-12-31 15:55:53486535266
Lee Smallwood19,523This is my #Christmas   #SharedCircle  These people have made me laugh, think, cry and run around the room like an overwound toy...Getting to know them has really made my year and I'm looking forward to getting to know them more in 2013 - and you should too!2012-12-25 08:48:5815617318
Carms Perez29,721Another 500 spectacular people that you should know!2012-12-12 06:59:3850117514
Lynne Raynes2,220#Steelers circle share. If you aren't in it and you want to be...leave a note. Help this circle grow Steeler Nation. Share it2012-12-03 07:03:43255101
Lee Smallwood17,450For my Friday #CircleShare  this week, I wanted to intro you to a small circle of people I couldn't be without here on G+. They not just a bunch of typical people, but are personalities that have fantastic opinions and ideals.Some you may know already and some you might not ... but either way you should get to know them better. They enrich my stream here on G+ and I know that the engagement you'll have with them will brighten up your day.The only thing I would like to increase is the amount of time I have to spend with them... #dunbarCircle  2012-10-26 15:31:1515730319
Lee Smallwood16,997This is the first time I'm sharing this circle - It's my #Dunbar  circlehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunbar's_numberThey're quite an eclectic bunch (which is why I can't do without their content and banter) on a day-to-day basis.If you haven't met them on G+ yet - be sure to say hello to them :)As a follow up to this, create a #DunbarCircle  and add a link in the comments below - for the people you couldn't do without.NOTE No precise value has been proposed for Dunbar's number. It has been proposed to lie between 100 and 230, with a commonly used value of 150So you can decide how many plussers are in yours :) #circleshare  2012-10-12 16:18:1715048525
John Kellden10,222Social Curation, part 6: Social Curators v3"...what watch? Ten watch. Such much?"Subterranean Homesick Blues:+Bradley HorowitzPearltrees:+Oliver StarrSocial curation - an evolving set of buckets:1. Social media - which to me boils down to getting your story, your brand straight in this new networked, participatory, two-way market.2. Social business - including a large part of the startup scene, and also things like hackerspaces, 3D-printing, large companies struggling to adopt a new more social culture...3. Social signal - the whole analysis/symthesis thing, where we'll help each other understand what is going on, whether deeper learning, social learning, peer learning, informal learning, a quiet pervasive revolution happening as we speak.4. Social practices - where we share success stories, business cases , hangouts and experiential stuff, assessing what works and what doesnt.5. Social innovation and transformation - the difficult, complex, slightly less accessible corner - how global and local intersect, design thinking, narrative, sensemaking, semiosis, patterns, culture, transitions. I wouldn't be at all surprised if you all would find the odd post from me here. :)Social cocreation is da shiznitMy intention here is to honour two principles - one, the cocreated nature of this circle, since it is all about social curation. Two, if at all possible, provide an as rich and diverse signal as possible, for the benefit of all other Google plussers in need of our various social curation insights.Social curation: how we shape our content and how it shapes us in returnThere is quite probably as many different takes on social curation as there are people in this circle, and then some.Whither Dunbar? - What size circles?Keeping this circle under two hundred people thereabouts, might be a good size for new google plussers should they want to derive benefit from the gathered collective intelligence from this bunch of social curators.2012-09-26 07:52:4314620522
Karen Elaine27,963I haven't done a circle share in foeva! I thought I'd share some super cool, super smart, super entertaining ladies with you ... this my friends is my Cool Chicks circle.2012-08-23 21:13:0722824227
Irefenia Salgonda2,053You love to read fantasy tales like Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit? Join and re-share this circle and check out: Crossbow Isle -  This novel is for those who love Magic, Action, Mystery, Adventure, with a healthy dash of Science and Horror.Have a magic Sunday!! http://www.crossbow-isle.com/English/CBI_home_eng.html2012-08-05 14:07:4550012213
Irefenia Salgonda1,882Are you a fantasy lover and enjoyed Lord of the Rings? You can join this circle and have the latest news about the fantasy novel Crossbow Isle. Please re-share - Thank you!2012-08-02 09:55:545006510
Carmelyne Thompson40,709My Top99. Does it notify them if I share this circle of under 100? I dislike notifying people. I treat notifications as if they're 911 calls.2012-07-26 01:38:379910017
Dan Soto43,748From the Everyone Else Is Doing It files.  Here's Google's ranking of my 100 most relevant followers according to them.  If you've been notified, then you're in it.2012-07-24 22:33:0910095549

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Chopped Garlic
If you enter a Russian home to find a plate of chopped garlic, it most likely means that someone in the house has the flu. In Russia, chopped garlic is regarded as a way to fight off infections. During flu season, some people even put cloves of garlic in their children’s pockets to keep them well.
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South Beach Florida
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This stretch of sand is usually near the top of any list of beachside places for fun-loving singles to meet and mingle. A sun-filled art deco and pastel paradise by day, this spot really comes into its own after dark, when the nightlife begins and music fills the air. Sun-kissed singles prefer stylish lounges, salsa clubs or the retro beat of disco.

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Ginger Tulsi
To make this Indian cold remedy, juice ginger root then add honey and tulsi (also called holy basil), an herb that’s been used in India for its medicinal remedies for 5,000 years.
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Ginger Tulsi
To make this Indian cold remedy, juice ginger root then add honey and tulsi (also called holy basil), an herb that’s been used in India for its medicinal remedies for 5,000 years.
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Eucalyptus Oil
Aboriginal Australians have used extract from eucalyptus leaves for hundreds of years to fight the cough, fever, and headaches that come with cold and flu.
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Eucalyptus Oil
Aboriginal Australians have used extract from eucalyptus leaves for hundreds of years to fight the cough, fever, and headaches that come with cold and flu.
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Milk, Turmeric and Ghee
A warm glass of milk blended with a little bit of turmeric and ghee (or clarified butter) is a popular Indian cough remedy for children and adults alike.
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Milk, Turmeric and Ghee
A warm glass of milk blended with a little bit of turmeric and ghee (or clarified butter) is a popular Indian cough remedy for children and adults alike.
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Salty Licorice
If you’ve ever said that black licorice tastes like medicine, you’re right! Licorice root is also used as a cough remedy in the Netherlands and northern Germany.
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Salty Licorice
If you’ve ever said that black licorice tastes like medicine, you’re right! Licorice root is also used as a cough remedy in the Netherlands and northern Germany.
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Hot Black Currant Juice
In Finland, hot black currant juice is used as a curative for cold and flu, which makes sense, as currants are packed with vitamin C.
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Hot Black Currant Juice
In Finland, hot black currant juice is used as a curative for cold and flu, which makes sense, as currants are packed with vitamin C.
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Hot Water and Dry Mustard
In Russia, one treatment for cold and flu symptoms is to soak feet in hot water mixed with dry mustard powder and then get right into a pair of warm socks under a heavy blanket. Sounds cozy!
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Hot Water and Dry Mustard
In Russia, one treatment for cold and flu symptoms is to soak feet in hot water mixed with dry mustard powder and then get right into a pair of warm socks under a heavy blanket. Sounds cozy!
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Chopped Garlic
If you enter a Russian home to find a plate of chopped garlic, it most likely means that someone in the house has the flu. In Russia, chopped garlic is regarded as a way to fight off infections. During flu season, some people even put cloves of garlic in their children’s pockets to keep them well.
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Chopped Garlic
If you enter a Russian home to find a plate of chopped garlic, it most likely means that someone in the house has the flu. In Russia, chopped garlic is regarded as a way to fight off infections. During flu season, some people even put cloves of garlic in their children’s pockets to keep them well.
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Nasal Irrigation
You may know it as “neti pot,” but the practice of nasal irrigation actually comes from an Ayurveda yoga tradition in ancient India. Nasal irrigation is making a comeback even in Western countries as a cold remedy. Proponents use a rubber syringe to shoot warm salt water into nasal passages, let the water drip into the throat, and then spit out the water. The saltwater is supposed to literally flush away the environment that houses the cold and alleviate symptoms.
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Nasal Irrigation
You may know it as “neti pot,” but the practice of nasal irrigation actually comes from an Ayurveda yoga tradition in ancient India. Nasal irrigation is making a comeback even in Western countries as a cold remedy. Proponents use a rubber syringe to shoot warm salt water into nasal passages, let the water drip into the throat, and then spit out the water. The saltwater is supposed to literally flush away the environment that houses the cold and alleviate symptoms.
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Lizard Soup
In Hong Kong, dried lizard soup boiled with dates and yams is popular cure for the common cold. Eating lizards is also thought to be beneficial for the heart and lungs.
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Lizard Soup
In Hong Kong, dried lizard soup boiled with dates and yams is popular cure for the common cold. Eating lizards is also thought to be beneficial for the heart and lungs.
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Deer Antler Velvet
In ancient Chinese medicine, the deer antler is known as one of the “kingly” herbs, or those most recognized as having extraordinary medicinal value. Velvet from the tip of the antler is believed to be most effective at treating influenza.
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Deer Antler Velvet
In ancient Chinese medicine, the deer antler is known as one of the “kingly” herbs, or those most recognized as having extraordinary medicinal value. Velvet from the tip of the antler is believed to be most effective at treating influenza.
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Most Inversions: The Smiler
Inversions, or instances when the the coaster turns riders upside-down and then back again can be one of the most stomach-turning aspects of the ride. The Smiler, located at Alton Towers in Staffordshire, United Kingdom broke the world record with 14 total inversions. The ride also includes blinding lights, optical illusions, and twisted effects to mess with your mind.
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Most Inversions: The Smiler
Inversions, or instances when the the coaster turns riders upside-down and then back again can be one of the most stomach-turning aspects of the ride. The Smiler, located at Alton Towers in Staffordshire, United Kingdom broke the world record with 14 total inversions. The ride also includes blinding lights, optical illusions, and twisted effects to mess with your mind.
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Steepest Wooden Roller Coaster: Outlaw Run (2nd)
Coming in 2nd to Goliath (of 85 degrees), Outlaw Run, a wooden roller coaster at Silver Dollar City amusement park in Branson, Missouri has a steep drop of 81 degrees from 162 feet in the air. Outlaw Run was the first wooden roller coaster with multiple inversions (or upside-down loops) making it a truly thrilling ride.
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Steepest Wooden Roller Coaster: Outlaw Run (2nd)
Coming in 2nd to Goliath (of 85 degrees), Outlaw Run, a wooden roller coaster at Silver Dollar City amusement park in Branson, Missouri has a steep drop of 81 degrees from 162 feet in the air. Outlaw Run was the first wooden roller coaster with multiple inversions (or upside-down loops) making it a truly thrilling ride.
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Steepest Steel Roller Coaster: Takabisha
The famed Takabisha may just be the scariest roller coaster you can ride. It has a drop angle of 121 degrees making it the steepest in the world. Located in the Fuji-Q Highland theme park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan this ride attracts thrill seekers everywhere.
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Steepest Steel Roller Coaster: Takabisha
The famed Takabisha may just be the scariest roller coaster you can ride. It has a drop angle of 121 degrees making it the steepest in the world. Located in the Fuji-Q Highland theme park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan this ride attracts thrill seekers everywhere.
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I love Kings Island!
Longest Wooden Roller Coaster: The Beast
Opening in 1979, The Beast is a main attraction at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. The coaster is the longest wooden roller coaster in the world at 7,359 feet and the ride lasts for over four minutes (that’s a long time in roller coaster time!)
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I love Kings Island!
Longest Wooden Roller Coaster: The Beast
Opening in 1979, The Beast is a main attraction at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. The coaster is the longest wooden roller coaster in the world at 7,359 feet and the ride lasts for over four minutes (that’s a long time in roller coaster time!)
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Longest Steel Roller Coaster: Steel Dragon 2000
Coming in at 8,133 feet, Steel Dragon 2000 is by far the longest steel roller coaster in the world. Located at Nagashima Spa Land amusement park in Mie Prefecture, Japan. Opening in the year 2000, the coaster was appropriately named because of it’s opening falling within “The Year of the Dragon.”
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Longest Steel Roller Coaster: Steel Dragon 2000
Coming in at 8,133 feet, Steel Dragon 2000 is by far the longest steel roller coaster in the world. Located at Nagashima Spa Land amusement park in Mie Prefecture, Japan. Opening in the year 2000, the coaster was appropriately named because of it’s opening falling within “The Year of the Dragon.”
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Longest Wooden Roller Coaster drop: El Toro (2nd)
Coming in 2nd for the longest wooden roller coaster drop to Goliath (previously mentioned), El Toro brings out the power of the bull. It has a drop height of 176 feet and reaches a top speed of 70 miles per hour. Along with many other top coasters, El Toro is located in Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey.
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Longest Wooden Roller Coaster drop: El Toro (2nd)
Coming in 2nd for the longest wooden roller coaster drop to Goliath (previously mentioned), El Toro brings out the power of the bull. It has a drop height of 176 feet and reaches a top speed of 70 miles per hour. Along with many other top coasters, El Toro is located in Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey.
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Longest Steel Roller Coaster Drop: Top Thrill Dragster (2nd)
This steel accelerator roller coaster comes in 2nd to Kingda Ka (previously mentioned) but still means serious business. Located in Cedar Point Park in Sandusky, Ohio, Top Thrill Dragster held the title of tallest and longest drop before Kingda Ka was built. It launches from 0 to 120 miles per hour in less than four seconds, and brings you up to over 400 feet in the air following with the second largest drop in the world at 400 feet.
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Longest Steel Roller Coaster Drop: Top Thrill Dragster (2nd)
This steel accelerator roller coaster comes in 2nd to Kingda Ka (previously mentioned) but still means serious business. Located in Cedar Point Park in Sandusky, Ohio, Top Thrill Dragster held the title of tallest and longest drop before Kingda Ka was built. It launches from 0 to 120 miles per hour in less than four seconds, and brings you up to over 400 feet in the air following with the second largest drop in the world at 400 feet.
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Fastest Wooden Roller Coaster: Goliath
A new addition to the Six Flags Great America park is the record breaking wooden roller coaster, Goliath. Traveling up to 72 miles per hour, this wooden coaster has two upside down inversions and the longest wooden roller coaster drop at 180 feet. It also set the record at the steepest wooden record drop of 85 degrees.
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Fastest Wooden Roller Coaster: Goliath
A new addition to the Six Flags Great America park is the record breaking wooden roller coaster, Goliath. Traveling up to 72 miles per hour, this wooden coaster has two upside down inversions and the longest wooden roller coaster drop at 180 feet. It also set the record at the steepest wooden record drop of 85 degrees.
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Fastest Steel Roller Coaster: Formula Rossa
The world’s fastest steel roller coaster opened in 2010 and was inspired by the legendary Italian racetrack Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Once you’ve put on your protective goggles, get ready to zoom. The Formula Rossa, located at Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates reaches a top speed of 150 miles per hour in approximately 5 seconds.
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Fastest Steel Roller Coaster: Formula Rossa
The world’s fastest steel roller coaster opened in 2010 and was inspired by the legendary Italian racetrack Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Once you’ve put on your protective goggles, get ready to zoom. The Formula Rossa, located at Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates reaches a top speed of 150 miles per hour in approximately 5 seconds.
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Tallest Wooden Roller Coaster: Colossos
Wooden roller coasters, known for the thrilling and rickety nature don’t reach the same heights that steel coasters do because of safety issues. But, Colossos at Heide Park in Soltau, Germany is quite the ride, and stands as the tallest wooden coaster at 197 feet.
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Tallest Wooden Roller Coaster: Colossos
Wooden roller coasters, known for the thrilling and rickety nature don’t reach the same heights that steel coasters do because of safety issues. But, Colossos at Heide Park in Soltau, Germany is quite the ride, and stands as the tallest wooden coaster at 197 feet.
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Tallest Steel Roller Coaster: Kingda Ka
Located in Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey, Kingda Ka reaches a height of 456 feet. The ride starts by shooting you out of the station, going from 0 to 126 miles per hour in just 3.5 seconds. Kingda Ka also holds the record for the longest steel roller coaster drop of 418 feet.
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Tallest Steel Roller Coaster: Kingda Ka
Located in Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey, Kingda Ka reaches a height of 456 feet. The ride starts by shooting you out of the station, going from 0 to 126 miles per hour in just 3.5 seconds. Kingda Ka also holds the record for the longest steel roller coaster drop of 418 feet.
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I love roller coasters.
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I love roller coasters.
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AIDS (1981-present)
AIDS is preventable by changing human behaviors, but its death toll continues to grow, currently at more than 25 million worldwide. As with malaria, sub-Saharan Africa is the epicenter for the AIDS epidemic. Women account for 77 percent of cases and often pass the virus to their babies.
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AIDS (1981-present)
AIDS is preventable by changing human behaviors, but its death toll continues to grow, currently at more than 25 million worldwide. As with malaria, sub-Saharan Africa is the epicenter for the AIDS epidemic. Women account for 77 percent of cases and often pass the virus to their babies.
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Malaria
Which animal is most dangerous to humans? It’s the tiny parasite-carrying mosquito. Eradicated in more prosperous parts of the world, malaria's killing spree in sub-Saharan Africa continues. Pregnant women and children under 5 are especially at risk. The World Health Organization estimates that 2,800 children die of malaria every day.
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Malaria
Which animal is most dangerous to humans? It’s the tiny parasite-carrying mosquito. Eradicated in more prosperous parts of the world, malaria's killing spree in sub-Saharan Africa continues. Pregnant women and children under 5 are especially at risk. The World Health Organization estimates that 2,800 children die of malaria every day.
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Typhus (1918-1922)
This louse-borne bacteria thrives in filthy conditions, such as among armies in less hygienic times than today. Hot on the heels of the 1918 flu epidemic, this typhus outbreak killed 150,000 people in Serbia and laid waste to people in Russia, Poland, Romania and other parts of Eastern Europe.
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Typhus (1918-1922)
This louse-borne bacteria thrives in filthy conditions, such as among armies in less hygienic times than today. Hot on the heels of the 1918 flu epidemic, this typhus outbreak killed 150,000 people in Serbia and laid waste to people in Russia, Poland, Romania and other parts of Eastern Europe.
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Influenza (1918)
Possibly the most virulent outbreak in history, the 1918 flu epidemic followed American troop movements during World War I. Within six months, this global pandemic, also called the Spanish Flu, had reached every continent except one, killing 50 million people worldwide. The onset was lightning-quick; many people awoke feeling healthy and died by nightfall.
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Influenza (1918)
Possibly the most virulent outbreak in history, the 1918 flu epidemic followed American troop movements during World War I. Within six months, this global pandemic, also called the Spanish Flu, had reached every continent except one, killing 50 million people worldwide. The onset was lightning-quick; many people awoke feeling healthy and died by nightfall.
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First Cholera Pandemic (1817-1823)
Contaminated rice in India triggered the first cholera pandemic, making this the first truly global disease. Cholera had long sickened people who lived along the Ganges River. But in 1817, British troops spread the disease throughout the country, carrying cholera along military and trading lines. The total number of deaths remains unknown.
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First Cholera Pandemic (1817-1823)
Contaminated rice in India triggered the first cholera pandemic, making this the first truly global disease. Cholera had long sickened people who lived along the Ganges River. But in 1817, British troops spread the disease throughout the country, carrying cholera along military and trading lines. The total number of deaths remains unknown.
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Yellow Fever Epidemic (1793)
Yellow fever descended on cosmopolitan Philadelphia in the summer of 1793, brought by refugees from a slave rebellion in Santo Domingo. Between the approximate 5,000 deaths and 20,000 healthy citizens fleeing the city, Philadelphia became a ghost town.
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Yellow Fever Epidemic (1793)
Yellow fever descended on cosmopolitan Philadelphia in the summer of 1793, brought by refugees from a slave rebellion in Santo Domingo. Between the approximate 5,000 deaths and 20,000 healthy citizens fleeing the city, Philadelphia became a ghost town.
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Smallpox (1492-1900)
When Mexico's Aztecs rebelled against the Spanish explorer Cortés, the Spaniards were forced to flee. But Cortés still triumphed; smallpox in fallen Spaniards' bodies infected the Aztecs and was introduced to the Americas. An estimated 50 to 90 percent of Native Americans, lacking immunity to European diseases, died throughout the Americas.
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Smallpox (1492-1900)
When Mexico's Aztecs rebelled against the Spanish explorer Cortés, the Spaniards were forced to flee. But Cortés still triumphed; smallpox in fallen Spaniards' bodies infected the Aztecs and was introduced to the Americas. An estimated 50 to 90 percent of Native Americans, lacking immunity to European diseases, died throughout the Americas.
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The Black Death
The Black Death reigned for almost 200 years, starting in Asia and following trade routes to Europe in the 1340s. One of history’s most devastating pandemics, it is estimated to have killed 75 million to 100 million people globally. Scientists have long accepted that the Black Death was caused by bubonic plague, though now some have another theory.

The Black Death
The Black Death reigned for almost 200 years, starting in Asia and following trade routes to Europe in the 1340s. One of history’s most devastating pandemics, it is estimated to have killed 75 million to 100 million people globally. Scientists have long accepted that the Black Death was caused by bubonic plague, though now some have another theory.___

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As we adjust to the crisp autumn air, it's easy to find ourselves dreaming of warm, sandy beaches. Read on to see some gorgeous beach scenery and guess where in the world these amazing beaches are.
If windsurfing is your passion, head to one of the most famous windsurfing spots in the world. Consistently strong winds combined with perfectly shaped waves breaking over a series of underwater reefs that cross the bay create ideal conditions for the sport.
Where is this beach?
A. South Carolina
B. Maui
C. Tahiti
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS

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Sandy shores, incomparable views – and this beach was voted the No. 1 dog-friendly beach in its country.
Where is this beach?
A. Wales
B. Argentina
C. Greece
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS

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Superstorm Sandy (see photos from the disaster) may have trashed a lot of beaches in New York and New Jersey, but this beach rose above the regional destruction to win the title of America’s No. 1 Beach in the annual ranking released by coastal expert Stephen P. Leatherman (aka Dr. Beach), a professor at Florida International University in Miami.
Where is this beach?
A. New Jersey
B. New York
C. New Hampshire
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS

4 of 38 © VisitStPeteClearwater.com
Warm, clear water, white sand and seashells, abundant nature activities for beachgoers of all ages, and a large lagoon that is never more than 3 feet deep (thanks to a protective sandbar just offshore). This beach also has a shady playground where kids can pretend to be pirates and the old fort for which the park is named.
Where is this beach?
A. South Carolina
B. Florida
C. Georgia
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS

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This area is known for its string of coastal villages which form a popular seaside resort. It has been used as a backdrop for popular movies, TV shows and books – and it is known for its pricey real estate.
Where is this beach?
A. The French Riviera
B. The Amalfi Coast
C. The Hamptons
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The biggest attraction at this beach is a 237-foot-high rock monolith that rises from the surf on a beautiful stretch of sandy beach that attracts visitors all year long. The tidal pools around the base of the rock (a state-protected marine garden) are filled with sea life such as crabs, sea anemones, and orange and purple starfish. The rock also attracts tufted puffins, gulls, cormorants and other nesting seabirds.
Where is this cool rock?
A. Oregon
B. Maine
C. Washington
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This California beach is 1.5 miles of sparkling sand, literally, due to the mineral mica it contains. Named America’s best beach in 2012 by “Dr. Beach," this gorgeous spot has near-perfect weather and a picture-postcard setting.
Where is this beach?
A. Malibu
B. San Francisco
C. San Diego
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS

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Imagine a perfect beach: White sand, blue skies, a gentle breeze and clear blue water ringed by palm trees. That's what you'll find at this tropical Pacific paradise, where a crescent-shaped beach is a favorite of sun-seekers from around the world.
Where is this amazing beach?
A. Kiribati
B. Hawaii
C. French Polynesia
BING: FIND THIS BEAUTIFUL BAY | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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Not all great beaches are on the ocean; some of the best beaches in the United States are along the shores of the Great Lakes. This lakeshore location features towering sand dunes, well-groomed hiking trails, and an inviting beach that is rarely crowded. It’s also a great place to hunt for Petoskey stones, a distinctive type of fossilized coral.
Where is this stunning beach?
A. Michigan
B. Wisconsin
C. Minnesota
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If you want to feel like a castaway for a day, pack a lunch and hike to this beach on the Na Pali Coast. The rugged and remote coast has long attracted adventurous hikers to its towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls and lush valleys. Na Pali also has attracted Hollywood; movies such as "Jurassic Park," "King Kong" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" have been shot on location there.
Where is this amazing beach?
A. The Bahamas
B. Hawaii
C. Jamaica
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This beach is in a nation known for its sun, with a famous coast renowned for sunbathing. Located on the eastern side of the country-slash-continent, it is a World Heritage site and the largest sand island in the world. Due to its abundant vegetation, humans have been inhabiting the island for thousands of years, but its resident population currently numbers only in the hundreds.
Where is this amazing beach?
A. New Zealand
B. Australia
C. Madagascar
BING: FIND THIS SINGULAR BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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If you're interested in seeing sea turtles hatch or doing some serious bird watching, consider a trip to the this 70-mile stretch of beach. Wildlife is a key reason to visit the beaches here, along with their incomparable beauty, magnificent local seafood, and activities such as camping, kayaking and wind surfing. Bottlenose dolphins are native to its waters and the area is a stopover for many migratory bird species. There are only seven species of sea turtles in the world, and five of them can be found here.
Where is this amazing beach?
A. North Carolina
B. South Carolina
C. Virginia
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If you’re looking for some beach-based inspiration, try this beach. Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck lived in a cottage near here for several years and was inspired by the surrounding beaches. Many other artists and writers such as photographer Ansel Adams (see his famous work) and poet Robinson Jeffers also lived in the area. This beach is only a mile long, but its exceptional beauty, natural diversity and breathtaking sunsets are a true inspiration.
Where is this stunning beach?
A. Oregon
B. Mexico
C. California
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At 28 miles, this peninsula is the longest beach in the United States. It also offers one of the most diverse beach communities, with two historic lighthouses, three state parks and a national wildlife refuge as well as cranberry bogs and oyster farms. The area also has annual kite-flying and sand sculpture competitions that are must-see events.
Where is this lovely beach?
A. Maine
B. Washington
C. Oregon
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One of the most dazzling beaches you’re ever likely to see was once the town dump. Until the late 1960s, the people of the nearby town routinely tossed their garbage into the ocean from the cliffs above what would later become this beach. Decades of surf and sand gradually transformed all of those broken beer bottles, dishes and other refuse into smooth, translucent pebbles of every shape and color. Today, it has the highest concentration of sea glass in the world.
What is the name of this colorful beach?
A. Trash Point
B. Color Cove
C. Glass Beach
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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This tiny, tropical beach may only stretch for half a mile, but it’s considered one of the best swimming beaches in the world. Thanks to its protected enclosure and scenic beauty, it’s a popular place for both families and photo shoots.
Where can you find this beautiful beach?
A. Greece
B. Bermuda
C. Oahu
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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A popular destination for tourists, this island surrounds an extinct volcano that rises into two peaks at the island’s center. It was used as a military supply base by the United States in World War II.
What is the name of this island?
A. Saint Helena
B. Bora Bora
C. Grenada
BING: FIND OUT THIS ISLAND | SEE PHOTOS

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If you’re looking for a great place to watch the sunrise in the summer, it’s hard to imagine a better location than this beach. It is the only sand beach on its island’s 47,000 acres of granite mountains, forested lakelands and rocky shoreline. Wake while it is still dark, and there will be nothing but open ocean between you and the dawn’s early light.
Where can you find this secluded beach?
A. Maine
B. Alaska
C. Washington
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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Windansea is just one of several beaches that combine to provide a front-row seat for viewing the romantic sunsets for which this stretch of coastline is justly famous. As a bonus, La Jolla beaches offer some of the most spectacular scenery on the California coast.
Near which California city can you find this beach?
A. San Francisco
B. Los Angeles
C. San Diego
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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Forty ancient rock carvings, visible at low tide, make this beach one of the most unusual in the world. Scientists believe native Tlingit, whose descendants still inhabit the area, carved the images of faces, birds, salmon, spirals and a killer whale on the boulders and bedrock along the beach some 8,000 years ago.
Where can you find this beautiful beach?
A. Philippines
B. Alaska
C. Chile
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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Lying on an island in the Mediterranean Sea, this beach is part of a nature preserve popular among those fond of witnessing the local wildlife. It is one of the few remaining egg-laying sites for an endangered sea turtle, and the animals who live along its coast include mantas and dolphins.
Where can you find this beach of wildlife wonders?
A. Spain
B. Italy
C. Greece
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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A shark-lover’s fantasy, this beach was once teeming with sharks, and hundreds of fossilized shark teeth continue to wash up here every year. Searching for prehistoric shark teeth and seashells is a favorite pastime.
Where can you find this toothsome beach?
A. Venice, California
B. Venice, Florida
C. Venice, Italy
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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This nationally renowned seashore includes 40 miles of pristine sandy beach, marshes, ponds and habitat for diverse species as well as lighthouses, hiking and biking trails, and cranberry bogs. Writing about its Outer Beach in the 1800s, the author Henry David Thoreau said: “A man may stand there and put all America behind him.” People have been doing exactly that for generations.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. Massachusetts
B. Rhode Island
C. Delaware
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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This stretch of sand is usually near the top of any list of beachside places for fun-loving singles to meet and mingle. A sun-filled art deco and pastel paradise by day, this spot really comes into its own after dark, when the nightlife begins and music fills the air. Sun-kissed singles prefer stylish lounges, salsa clubs or the retro beat of disco.
Where is this beach?
A. South Carolina
B. Florida
C. California
BING: FIND THIS BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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This cluster of more than 100 stunning islands should satisfy just about anyone seeking an adventurous beach vacation. Sun-seeking tourists flock to the southern islands, while the northern islands attract those searching for a bit more solitude.
Where are these stunning beach islands?
A. Malaysia
B. Thailand
C. Australia
BING: FIND THESE ISLANDS | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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There are a lot of great beaches for you to explore with your dog—some even have designated off-leash areas—but not many can compare to these two beaches in this southern US state. Once an idyllic haven for America’s social elite, this amazing spot is now one of the nation’s most stunning marine landscapes, and Driftwood Beach is one of the most beautiful spots on the island.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. South Carolina
B. North Carolina
C. Georgia
BING: FIND THIS BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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Known for its unique pink sand beaches that can be seen all along the east coast of the island, this picture-perfect isle has long been a popular vacation destination for Americans. Travelers can enjoy breathtaking views while sunbathing, diving, fishing and boating in the clear ocean waters.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. Caicos
B. Bahamas
C. Turks
BING: FIND OUT THE BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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Green sand beaches are rare—only a handful exist in the world—and one of the best examples is on the southern tip of this island. The green sand is caused by volcanic activity. Olivine, a mineral rich in iron and magnesium, is one of the first crystals to form as magma cools. Accessible only by foot or four-wheel-drive vehicle, this beach is an eco-sensitive area that shows what happens over time when olivine accumulates and is ground down by the sea: a carpet of emerald-green sand.
Where is this beautiful beach?
D. Tahiti
E. Hawaii
F. Fiji
BING: FIND OUT THE BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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Perfect weather, beautiful sand and luxury resorts have made these beaches the ultimate destination for honeymooners, sun lovers and vacationers of all kinds since the 1970s. Scuba diving, snorkeling and exploring the coral reefs beneath the Indian Ocean are among the most popular activities.
Where are these beautiful beaches?
A. Madagascar
B. Seychelles
C. Maldives
BING: FIND OUT THE BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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This Indian Ocean paradise resides on the third-most populous island in this island nation with a French and British colonial history. The island is home to several critically endangered species, such as the paradise flycatcher and a subspecies of giant tortoises (see photos).
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. The Maldives
B. Seychelles
C. Mauritius
BING: FIND THE BEACH'S LOCATION | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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This national park includes more than 70 miles of stunning coastline, with rugged cliffs, hidden coves and tide pools, not to mention the natural driftwood garden created by wind and waves on the beach. This part of the coast is also rich in wildlife, including puffins, seals, sea otters, migrating whales and the largest bald eagle population in the Lower 48 states.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. California
B. Oregon
C. Washington
BING: FIND OUT THE BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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This gorgeous Caribbean, white sand beach actually has an international airport adjacent to it, so it's common to see aircraft up close and personal while you're relaxing on the sand. Delighting beach-goers for years, it’s also become a popular site among plane spotters.
Where is this beach?
A. St. Martin
B. St. John
C. Martinique
BING: FIND OUT THE BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS

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This beach, which stretches along a 37-mile-long barrier island, is famous for the hundreds of wild ponies that wander its beaches, but it’s also a great destination for bird watching, crabbing, clamming, swimming, hiking, surf fishing and seashell collecting. While you’re in the area, make time to explore the historic towns and other attractions that lie nearby.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. Maryland
B. Australia
C. Nova Scotia
BING: FIND THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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Travelers longing for warm weather and solitude will find much to appreciate on this beach. It lies on the island of Fernando de Noronha, which was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its large population of resident dolphins and a habitat friendly toward several endangered species.
Where can you find this beach?
A. Spain
B. Portugal
C. Brazil
BING: FIND THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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The largest resort island on the East Coast features 14 miles of wide sand beaches that slope gently into the warm, shallow water. The sand is hard-packed in many places, so riding fat-tire bikes on the beach has become a favorite pastime. You can’t go wrong with any of the beaches here, but those looking for smaller crowds can still find swimmer-friendly beaches further off the beaten track.
Where can you find this beach?
A. Maryland
B. South Carolina
C. Florida
BING: FIND THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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Located on an island off the coast, this beach boasts warm temperatures and opportunities to witness some of its wildlife: Its waters host groups of up to 400 whale sharks in peak season.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. Mexico
B. Italy
C. Portugal
BING: FIND THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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Natives are proud of the pristine Whitehaven Beach, and they’re intent on keeping it that way: Neither cigarettes nor dogs are allowed on its shores. The beach is also known for the bright, white color of its sand, made possible due to the high percentage of silica in its chemical makeup.
Where is this pristine beach?
A. Australia
B. New Zealand
C. Virgin Islands
BING: FIND THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS

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White sand gives way to turquoise sea to make this beach a tropical island paradise. Take a long, carefree stroll along its 12 miles of soft sand or lounge on the beach and stare out at the clear blue ocean.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. St. Martin
B. Bahamas
C. Turks and Caicos
BING: FIND THIS GORGEOUS BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
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As we adjust to the crisp autumn air, it's easy to find ourselves dreaming of warm, sandy beaches. Read on to see some gorgeous beach scenery and guess where in the world these amazing beaches are.
If windsurfing is your passion, head to one of the most famous windsurfing spots in the world. Consistently strong winds combined with perfectly shaped waves breaking over a series of underwater reefs that cross the bay create ideal conditions for the sport.
Where is this beach?
A. South Carolina
B. Maui
C. Tahiti
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Sandy shores, incomparable views – and this beach was voted the No. 1 dog-friendly beach in its country.
Where is this beach?
A. Wales
B. Argentina
C. Greece
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS
Superstorm Sandy (see photos from the disaster) may have trashed a lot of beaches in New York and New Jersey, but this beach rose above the regional destruction to win the title of America’s No. 1 Beach in the annual ranking released by coastal expert Stephen P. Leatherman (aka Dr. Beach), a professor at Florida International University in Miami.
Where is this beach?
A. New Jersey
B. New York
C. New Hampshire
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS
Warm, clear water, white sand and seashells, abundant nature activities for beachgoers of all ages, and a large lagoon that is never more than 3 feet deep (thanks to a protective sandbar just offshore). This beach also has a shady playground where kids can pretend to be pirates and the old fort for which the park is named.
Where is this beach?
A. South Carolina
B. Florida
C. Georgia
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS
This area is known for its string of coastal villages which form a popular seaside resort. It has been used as a backdrop for popular movies, TV shows and books – and it is known for its pricey real estate.
Where is this beach?
A. The French Riviera
B. The Amalfi Coast
C. The Hamptons
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS
The biggest attraction at this beach is a 237-foot-high rock monolith that rises from the surf on a beautiful stretch of sandy beach that attracts visitors all year long. The tidal pools around the base of the rock (a state-protected marine garden) are filled with sea life such as crabs, sea anemones, and orange and purple starfish. The rock also attracts tufted puffins, gulls, cormorants and other nesting seabirds.
Where is this cool rock?
A. Oregon
B. Maine
C. Washington
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS IS | SEE MORE PICS OF THE AREA
This California beach is 1.5 miles of sparkling sand, literally, due to the mineral mica it contains. Named America’s best beach in 2012 by “Dr. Beach," this gorgeous spot has near-perfect weather and a picture-postcard setting.
Where is this beach?
A. Malibu
B. San Francisco
C. San Diego
BING: FIND OUT WHERE THIS BEACH IS | SEE MORE PICS
Imagine a perfect beach: White sand, blue skies, a gentle breeze and clear blue water ringed by palm trees. That's what you'll find at this tropical Pacific paradise, where a crescent-shaped beach is a favorite of sun-seekers from around the world.
Where is this amazing beach?
A. Kiribati
B. Hawaii
C. French Polynesia
BING: FIND THIS BEAUTIFUL BAY | SEE MORE PHOTOS
Not all great beaches are on the ocean; some of the best beaches in the United States are along the shores of the Great Lakes. This lakeshore location features towering sand dunes, well-groomed hiking trails, and an inviting beach that is rarely crowded. It’s also a great place to hunt for Petoskey stones, a distinctive type of fossilized coral.
Where is this stunning beach?
A. Michigan
B. Wisconsin
C. Minnesota
BING: FIND THIS PEACEFUL BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
If you want to feel like a castaway for a day, pack a lunch and hike to this beach on the Na Pali Coast. The rugged and remote coast has long attracted adventurous hikers to its towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls and lush valleys. Na Pali also has attracted Hollywood; movies such as "Jurassic Park," "King Kong" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" have been shot on location there.
Where is this amazing beach?
A. The Bahamas
B. Hawaii
C. Jamaica
BING: FIND THIS REMOTE BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
This beach is in a nation known for its sun, with a famous coast renowned for sunbathing. Located on the eastern side of the country-slash-continent, it is a World Heritage site and the largest sand island in the world. Due to its abundant vegetation, humans have been inhabiting the island for thousands of years, but its resident population currently numbers only in the hundreds.
Where is this amazing beach?
A. New Zealand
B. Australia
C. Madagascar
BING: FIND THIS SINGULAR BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
If you're interested in seeing sea turtles hatch or doing some serious bird watching, consider a trip to the this 70-mile stretch of beach. Wildlife is a key reason to visit the beaches here, along with their incomparable beauty, magnificent local seafood, and activities such as camping, kayaking and wind surfing. Bottlenose dolphins are native to its waters and the area is a stopover for many migratory bird species. There are only seven species of sea turtles in the world, and five of them can be found here.
Where is this amazing beach?
A. North Carolina
B. South Carolina
C. Virginia
BING: FIND WHERE THE SEA TURTLES RESIDE | SEE MORE PHOTOS
If you’re looking for some beach-based inspiration, try this beach. Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck lived in a cottage near here for several years and was inspired by the surrounding beaches. Many other artists and writers such as photographer Ansel Adams (see his famous work) and poet Robinson Jeffers also lived in the area. This beach is only a mile long, but its exceptional beauty, natural diversity and breathtaking sunsets are a true inspiration.
Where is this stunning beach?
A. Oregon
B. Mexico
C. California
BING: WHERE DID THESE ARTISTS FIND INSPIRATION? | SEE MORE PHOTOS
At 28 miles, this peninsula is the longest beach in the United States. It also offers one of the most diverse beach communities, with two historic lighthouses, three state parks and a national wildlife refuge as well as cranberry bogs and oyster farms. The area also has annual kite-flying and sand sculpture competitions that are must-see events.
Where is this lovely beach?
A. Maine
B. Washington
C. Oregon
BING: FIND THE LOCATION OF THE LONGEST BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
One of the most dazzling beaches you’re ever likely to see was once the town dump. Until the late 1960s, the people of the nearby town routinely tossed their garbage into the ocean from the cliffs above what would later become this beach. Decades of surf and sand gradually transformed all of those broken beer bottles, dishes and other refuse into smooth, translucent pebbles of every shape and color. Today, it has the highest concentration of sea glass in the world.
What is the name of this colorful beach?
A. Trash Point
B. Color Cove
C. Glass Beach
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS
This tiny, tropical beach may only stretch for half a mile, but it’s considered one of the best swimming beaches in the world. Thanks to its protected enclosure and scenic beauty, it’s a popular place for both families and photo shoots.
Where can you find this beautiful beach?
A. Greece
B. Bermuda
C. Oahu
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS
A popular destination for tourists, this island surrounds an extinct volcano that rises into two peaks at the island’s center. It was used as a military supply base by the United States in World War II.
What is the name of this island?
A. Saint Helena
B. Bora Bora
C. Grenada
BING: FIND OUT THIS ISLAND | SEE PHOTOS
If you’re looking for a great place to watch the sunrise in the summer, it’s hard to imagine a better location than this beach. It is the only sand beach on its island’s 47,000 acres of granite mountains, forested lakelands and rocky shoreline. Wake while it is still dark, and there will be nothing but open ocean between you and the dawn’s early light.
Where can you find this secluded beach?
A. Maine
B. Alaska
C. Washington
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS
Windansea is just one of several beaches that combine to provide a front-row seat for viewing the romantic sunsets for which this stretch of coastline is justly famous. As a bonus, La Jolla beaches offer some of the most spectacular scenery on the California coast.
Near which California city can you find this beach?
A. San Francisco
B. Los Angeles
C. San Diego
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS
Forty ancient rock carvings, visible at low tide, make this beach one of the most unusual in the world. Scientists believe native Tlingit, whose descendants still inhabit the area, carved the images of faces, birds, salmon, spirals and a killer whale on the boulders and bedrock along the beach some 8,000 years ago.
Where can you find this beautiful beach?
A. Philippines
B. Alaska
C. Chile
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS
Lying on an island in the Mediterranean Sea, this beach is part of a nature preserve popular among those fond of witnessing the local wildlife. It is one of the few remaining egg-laying sites for an endangered sea turtle, and the animals who live along its coast include mantas and dolphins.
Where can you find this beach of wildlife wonders?
A. Spain
B. Italy
C. Greece
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS
A shark-lover’s fantasy, this beach was once teeming with sharks, and hundreds of fossilized shark teeth continue to wash up here every year. Searching for prehistoric shark teeth and seashells is a favorite pastime.
Where can you find this toothsome beach?
A. Venice, California
B. Venice, Florida
C. Venice, Italy
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS
This nationally renowned seashore includes 40 miles of pristine sandy beach, marshes, ponds and habitat for diverse species as well as lighthouses, hiking and biking trails, and cranberry bogs. Writing about its Outer Beach in the 1800s, the author Henry David Thoreau said: “A man may stand there and put all America behind him.” People have been doing exactly that for generations.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. Massachusetts
B. Rhode Island
C. Delaware
BING: FIND OUT THIS BEACH | SEE PHOTOS
This stretch of sand is usually near the top of any list of beachside places for fun-loving singles to meet and mingle. A sun-filled art deco and pastel paradise by day, this spot really comes into its own after dark, when the nightlife begins and music fills the air. Sun-kissed singles prefer stylish lounges, salsa clubs or the retro beat of disco.
Where is this beach?
A. South Carolina
B. Florida
C. California
BING: FIND THIS BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
This cluster of more than 100 stunning islands should satisfy just about anyone seeking an adventurous beach vacation. Sun-seeking tourists flock to the southern islands, while the northern islands attract those searching for a bit more solitude.
Where are these stunning beach islands?
A. Malaysia
B. Thailand
C. Australia
BING: FIND THESE ISLANDS | SEE MORE PHOTOS
There are a lot of great beaches for you to explore with your dog—some even have designated off-leash areas—but not many can compare to these two beaches in this southern US state. Once an idyllic haven for America’s social elite, this amazing spot is now one of the nation’s most stunning marine landscapes, and Driftwood Beach is one of the most beautiful spots on the island.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. South Carolina
B. North Carolina
C. Georgia
BING: FIND THIS BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
Known for its unique pink sand beaches that can be seen all along the east coast of the island, this picture-perfect isle has long been a popular vacation destination for Americans. Travelers can enjoy breathtaking views while sunbathing, diving, fishing and boating in the clear ocean waters.
Where is this beautiful beach?
A. Caicos
B. Bahamas
C. Turks
BING: FIND OUT THE BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
Green sand beaches are rare—only a handful exist in the world—and one of the best examples is on the southern tip of this island. The green sand is caused by volcanic activity. Olivine, a mineral rich in iron and magnesium, is one of the first crystals to form as magma cools. Accessible only by foot or four-wheel-drive vehicle, this beach is an eco-sensitive area that shows what happens over time when olivine accumulates and is ground down by the sea: a carpet of emerald-green sand.
Where is this beautiful beach?
D. Tahiti
E. Hawaii
F. Fiji
BING: FIND OUT THE BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
Perfect weather, beautiful sand and luxury resorts have made these beaches the ultimate destination for honeymooners, sun lovers and vacationers of all kinds since the 1970s. Scuba diving, snorkeling and exploring the coral reefs beneath the Indian Ocean are among the most popular activities.
Where are these beautiful beaches?
A. Madagascar
B. Seychelles
C. Maldives
BING: FIND OUT THE BEACH | SEE MORE PHOTOS
This Indian Ocean paradise resides on the third-most populous island in this island nation with a French and British colonial history. The island is home to several critically endangered species, such as the paradise flycatcher and a subspecies of giant tortoises.___

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Papakolea Beach Big Island Hawaii
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Green sand beaches are rare—only a handful exist in the world—and one of the best examples is on the southern tip of this island. The green sand is caused by volcanic activity. Olivine, a mineral rich in iron and magnesium, is one of the first crystals to form as magma cools. Accessible only by foot or four-wheel-drive vehicle, this beach is an eco-sensitive area that shows what happens over time when olivine accumulates and is ground down by the sea: a carpet of emerald-green sand.

Papakolea Beach Big Island Hawaii
© Steven Greaves/Getty Images               
Green sand beaches are rare—only a handful exist in the world—and one of the best examples is on the southern tip of this island. The green sand is caused by volcanic activity. Olivine, a mineral rich in iron and magnesium, is one of the first crystals to form as magma cools. Accessible only by foot or four-wheel-drive vehicle, this beach is an eco-sensitive area that shows what happens over time when olivine accumulates and is ground down by the sea: a carpet of emerald-green sand.___

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Harbor Island Bahamas
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There are a lot of great beaches for you to explore with your dog—some even have designated off-leash areas—but not many can compare to these two beaches in this southern US state. Once an idyllic haven for America’s social elite, this amazing spot is now one of the nation’s most stunning marine landscapes, and Driftwood Beach is one of the most beautiful spots on the island.

Harbor Island Bahamas
© Danita Delimont/Getty Images
There are a lot of great beaches for you to explore with your dog—some even have designated off-leash areas—but not many can compare to these two beaches in this southern US state. Once an idyllic haven for America’s social elite, this amazing spot is now one of the nation’s most stunning marine landscapes, and Driftwood Beach is one of the most beautiful spots on the island.___

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Driftwood Beach Georgia
© Danita Delimont/Getty Images
There are a lot of great beaches for you to explore with your dog—some even have designated off-leash areas—but not many can compare to these two beaches in this southern US state. Once an idyllic haven for America’s social elite, this amazing spot is now one of the nation’s most stunning marine landscapes, and Driftwood Beach is one of the most beautiful spots on the island.

Driftwood Beach Georgia
© Danita Delimont/Getty Images
There are a lot of great beaches for you to explore with your dog—some even have designated off-leash areas—but not many can compare to these two beaches in this southern US state. Once an idyllic haven for America’s social elite, this amazing spot is now one of the nation’s most stunning marine landscapes, and Driftwood Beach is one of the most beautiful spots on the island.___

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South Beach Florida
© Predrag Vuckovic/Getty Images               
This stretch of sand is usually near the top of any list of beachside places for fun-loving singles to meet and mingle. A sun-filled art deco and pastel paradise by day, this spot really comes into its own after dark, when the nightlife begins and music fills the air. Sun-kissed singles prefer stylish lounges, salsa clubs or the retro beat of disco.

South Beach Florida
© Predrag Vuckovic/Getty Images               
This stretch of sand is usually near the top of any list of beachside places for fun-loving singles to meet and mingle. A sun-filled art deco and pastel paradise by day, this spot really comes into its own after dark, when the nightlife begins and music fills the air. Sun-kissed singles prefer stylish lounges, salsa clubs or the retro beat of disco.___

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Caspersen Beach Venice Florida
© MyLoupe/UIG/Getty Images               
A shark-lover’s fantasy, this beach was once teeming with sharks, and hundreds of fossilized shark teeth continue to wash up here every year. Searching for prehistoric shark teeth and seashells is a favorite pastime.

Caspersen Beach Venice Florida
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A shark-lover’s fantasy, this beach was once teeming with sharks, and hundreds of fossilized shark teeth continue to wash up here every year. Searching for prehistoric shark teeth and seashells is a favorite pastime.___

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Rabbit Beach Lampedusa Italy
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Lying on an island in the Mediterranean Sea, this beach is part of a nature preserve popular among those fond of witnessing the local wildlife. It is one of the few remaining egg-laying sites for an endangered sea turtle, and the animals who live along its coast include mantas and dolphins.

Rabbit Beach Lampedusa Italy
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Lying on an island in the Mediterranean Sea, this beach is part of a nature preserve popular among those fond of witnessing the local wildlife. It is one of the few remaining egg-laying sites for an endangered sea turtle, and the animals who live along its coast include mantas and dolphins.___

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2014-10-24 14:35:04 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Petroglyph Beach Wrangell Alaska
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Forty ancient rock carvings, visible at low tide, make this beach one of the most unusual in the world. Scientists believe native Tlingit, whose descendants still inhabit the area, carved the images of faces, birds, salmon, spirals and a killer whale on the boulders and bedrock along the beach some 8,000 years ago.

Petroglyph Beach Wrangell Alaska
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Forty ancient rock carvings, visible at low tide, make this beach one of the most unusual in the world. Scientists believe native Tlingit, whose descendants still inhabit the area, carved the images of faces, birds, salmon, spirals and a killer whale on the boulders and bedrock along the beach some 8,000 years ago.___

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2014-10-24 14:33:45 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Windansea Beach California
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Windansea is just one of several beaches that combine to provide a front-row seat for viewing the romantic sunsets for which this stretch of coastline is justly famous. As a bonus, La Jolla beaches offer some of the most spectacular scenery on the California coast.

Windansea Beach California
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Windansea is just one of several beaches that combine to provide a front-row seat for viewing the romantic sunsets for which this stretch of coastline is justly famous. As a bonus, La Jolla beaches offer some of the most spectacular scenery on the California coast.___

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Sand Beach Acadia Maine
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If you’re looking for a great place to watch the sunrise in the summer, it’s hard to imagine a better location than this beach. It is the only sand beach on its island’s 47,000 acres of granite mountains, forested lakelands and rocky shoreline. Wake while it is still dark, and there will be nothing but open ocean between you and the dawn’s early light.

Sand Beach Acadia Maine
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If you’re looking for a great place to watch the sunrise in the summer, it’s hard to imagine a better location than this beach. It is the only sand beach on its island’s 47,000 acres of granite mountains, forested lakelands and rocky shoreline. Wake while it is still dark, and there will be nothing but open ocean between you and the dawn’s early light.___

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Bora Bora
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A popular destination for tourists, this island surrounds an extinct volcano that rises into two peaks at the island’s center. It was used as a military supply base by the United States in World War II.

Bora Bora
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A popular destination for tourists, this island surrounds an extinct volcano that rises into two peaks at the island’s center. It was used as a military supply base by the United States in World War II.___

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2014-10-24 14:29:46 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Lanikai Beach Oahu
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This tiny, tropical beach may only stretch for half a mile, but it’s considered one of the best swimming beaches in the world. Thanks to its protected enclosure and scenic beauty, it’s a popular place for both families and photo shoots.

Lanikai Beach Oahu
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This tiny, tropical beach may only stretch for half a mile, but it’s considered one of the best swimming beaches in the world. Thanks to its protected enclosure and scenic beauty, it’s a popular place for both families and photo shoots.___

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Glass Beach California
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One of the most dazzling beaches you’re ever likely to see was once the town dump. Until the late 1960s, the people of the nearby town routinely tossed their garbage into the ocean from the cliffs above what would later become this beach. Decades of surf and sand gradually transformed all of those broken beer bottles, dishes and other refuse into smooth, translucent pebbles of every shape and color. Today, it has the highest concentration of sea glass in the world.

Glass Beach California
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One of the most dazzling beaches you’re ever likely to see was once the town dump. Until the late 1960s, the people of the nearby town routinely tossed their garbage into the ocean from the cliffs above what would later become this beach. Decades of surf and sand gradually transformed all of those broken beer bottles, dishes and other refuse into smooth, translucent pebbles of every shape and color. Today, it has the highest concentration of sea glass in the world.___

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Long Beach Peninsula, Washington
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At 28 miles, this peninsula is the longest beach in the United States. It also offers one of the most diverse beach communities, with two historic lighthouses, three state parks and a national wildlife refuge as well as cranberry bogs and oyster farms. The area also has annual kite-flying and sand sculpture competitions that are must-see events.

Long Beach Peninsula, Washington
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At 28 miles, this peninsula is the longest beach in the United States. It also offers one of the most diverse beach communities, with two historic lighthouses, three state parks and a national wildlife refuge as well as cranberry bogs and oyster farms. The area also has annual kite-flying and sand sculpture competitions that are must-see events.___

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Asilomar Beach California
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If you’re looking for some beach-based inspiration, try this beach. Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck lived in a cottage near here for several years and was inspired by the surrounding beaches. Many other artists and writers such as photographer Ansel Adams (see his famous work) and poet Robinson Jeffers also lived in the area. This beach is only a mile long, but its exceptional beauty, natural diversity and breathtaking sunsets are a true inspiration.

Asilomar Beach California
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If you’re looking for some beach-based inspiration, try this beach. Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck lived in a cottage near here for several years and was inspired by the surrounding beaches. Many other artists and writers such as photographer Ansel Adams (see his famous work) and poet Robinson Jeffers also lived in the area. This beach is only a mile long, but its exceptional beauty, natural diversity and breathtaking sunsets are a true inspiration.___

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2014-10-24 14:21:14 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Cape Hatteras North Carolina
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If you're interested in seeing sea turtles hatch or doing some serious bird watching, consider a trip to the this 70-mile stretch of beach. Wildlife is a key reason to visit the beaches here, along with their incomparable beauty, magnificent local seafood, and activities such as camping, kayaking and wind surfing. Bottlenose dolphins are native to its waters and the area is a stopover for many migratory bird species. There are only seven species of sea turtles in the world, and five of them can be found here.

Cape Hatteras North Carolina
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If you're interested in seeing sea turtles hatch or doing some serious bird watching, consider a trip to the this 70-mile stretch of beach. Wildlife is a key reason to visit the beaches here, along with their incomparable beauty, magnificent local seafood, and activities such as camping, kayaking and wind surfing. Bottlenose dolphins are native to its waters and the area is a stopover for many migratory bird species. There are only seven species of sea turtles in the world, and five of them can be found here.___

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2014-10-24 14:19:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Fraser Island, Australia
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This beach is in a nation known for its sun, with a famous coast renowned for sunbathing. Located on the eastern side of the country-slash-continent, it is a World Heritage site and the largest sand island in the world. Due to its abundant vegetation, humans have been inhabiting the island for thousands of years, but its resident population currently numbers only in the hundreds.

Fraser Island, Australia
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This beach is in a nation known for its sun, with a famous coast renowned for sunbathing. Located on the eastern side of the country-slash-continent, it is a World Heritage site and the largest sand island in the world. Due to its abundant vegetation, humans have been inhabiting the island for thousands of years, but its resident population currently numbers only in the hundreds.___

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Hanakapiai Beach, Hawaii
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If you want to feel like a castaway for a day, pack a lunch and hike to this beach on the Na Pali Coast. The rugged and remote coast has long attracted adventurous hikers to its towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls and lush valleys. Na Pali also has attracted Hollywood; movies such as "Jurassic Park," "King Kong" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" have been shot on location there.

Hanakapiai Beach, Hawaii
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If you want to feel like a castaway for a day, pack a lunch and hike to this beach on the Na Pali Coast. The rugged and remote coast has long attracted adventurous hikers to its towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls and lush valleys. Na Pali also has attracted Hollywood; movies such as "Jurassic Park," "King Kong" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" have been shot on location there.___

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Sleeping Bear Dunes, Michigan
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Not all great beaches are on the ocean; some of the best beaches in the United States are along the shores of the Great Lakes. This lakeshore location features towering sand dunes, well-groomed hiking trails, and an inviting beach that is rarely crowded. It’s also a great place to hunt for Petoskey stones, a distinctive type of fossilized coral.               

Sleeping Bear Dunes, Michigan
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Not all great beaches are on the ocean; some of the best beaches in the United States are along the shores of the Great Lakes. This lakeshore location features towering sand dunes, well-groomed hiking trails, and an inviting beach that is rarely crowded. It’s also a great place to hunt for Petoskey stones, a distinctive type of fossilized coral.               ___

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Kauna Oa Bay Hawaii
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Imagine a perfect beach: White sand, blue skies, a gentle breeze and clear blue water ringed by palm trees. That's what you'll find at this tropical Pacific paradise, where a crescent-shaped beach is a favorite of sun-seekers from around the world.

Kauna Oa Bay Hawaii
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Imagine a perfect beach: White sand, blue skies, a gentle breeze and clear blue water ringed by palm trees. That's what you'll find at this tropical Pacific paradise, where a crescent-shaped beach is a favorite of sun-seekers from around the world.___

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