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    Name the three types of cities and the tourist attractions found in each. 1. Rome is regarded as one of the world's most beautiful ancient cities, and contains vast amounts ... #4 Sistine Chapel (3 million tourists a year) and #5 The Roman Forum (2.5 million 2. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Eastern National Park (Parque Nacional del Este) is a prime habitat for hundreds of species of plants and animals, including 112 species of birds. 3. La Romana, on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, is home to the charming Altos de Chavón, a replica of a 16th century artisans' village and one of the island's best spots to shop for crafts.

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