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Probably the most famous building in the world? CC-WE-WG-KG

info@centre-​charle​magne​.eu

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You know that Brussels is the capital of the European Union? And you think that an united Europe is a new idea? Not quite! Europe was once united by Emperor Charlemagne, which can be explored today in the museum “Centre Charlemagne”.

Charlemagne, Holy Roman Empire

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At the risk of their own lives, the people of Ameland have saved the lives of hundreds of shipwrecked people. The regular “Demonstratie paardenreddingboot” (“Demonstration Horse Rescue Boat”) still reminds us of this today. Visit the Maritime Center “Abraham Fock” to learn more about it.

Ameland

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boris.johnson.mp@parliament.uk

10 Downing Street: home of the most powerful man in the world.

10 Downing Street

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Right in the heart of communistic People's Republic of China, there is — the largest modern Christian church of Asia!

Chongyi Church

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The great detective Sherlock Holmes was hiding at this place. Quite fascinating, because behind this facade there are no rooms…

Sherlock Holmes, Leinster Gardens

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premier@mail.gov.cn

Beijing Zhong Nan Hai: home of the most powerful man in the world.

Zhongnanhai

president​@gov​.ru

president@gov.ru

The Moscow Kremlin: home of the most powerful man in the world.

Moscow Kremlin

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president@whitehouse.gov

The White House: home of the most powerful man in the world.

White House

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reception@peacepalace.org

The Peace Palace (Dutch: Vredespaleis) houses the International Court of Justice which is the principal judicial body of the United Nations.

International Court of Justice

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secretariat.president@elysee.fr

The Élysée Palace: home of the most powerful man in the world.

Élysée Palace

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roentgen@sedamo.info

Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen discovered the X-rays and saves the lives of tens of thousands of patients every day — even almost 100 years after his death.

Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, X-ray

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