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  1. Azhria Lilu

    Azhria Lilu Rocket Ranger

    Nov 18, 2002
    Derbyshire, UK

    Los Angeles - city, seat of Los Angeles County, southern California, U.S. A semitropical metropolis of palm trees and swimming pools, television studios and aerospace factories, Los Angeles has become the second most populous city and metropolitan area (after New York) in the United States. (Britannica) Population: 3,485,398

    Bogota - capital of Colombia. It lies in central Colombia in a fertile upland basin 8,660 feet (2,640 metres) above sea level in the Cordillera Oriental of the Northern Andes Mountains. (Britannica) Population: 4,921,300

    Cape Town - city and seaport, legislative capital of South Africa and capital of Western Cape province. The city lies at the northern end of the Cape Peninsula some 30 miles (50 kilometres), at its southernmost boundary, north of the Cape of Good Hope. Because it was the site of the first European settlement in South Africa, Cape Town is known as the country's "mother city." (Britannica) Population: 776,617

    Mackay - eastern coast of Queensland, Australia, at the mouth of the Pioneer River. Its deepwater artificial port has one of the world's largest bulk-handling installations. The centre of Australia's sugar industry and site of a sugar-research institute (1953), it also produces dairy foods, lumber, and alcohol. Tropical fruits are grown in the area, and tourism is significant. Founded in 1862 and named for Capt. John MacKay, who explored the region, it became a
    municipality in 1869 and a city in 1918. Pop. (1981) 35,361. (Britannica)
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