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Where do you recommend new students to visit in your city?

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    University of Brighton

    University of Brighton

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    I recommend new students to definitely visit the Royal Pavilion, which is a beautiful former royal retreat to a newly turned museum. The Brighton Palace Pier is also a beautiful place to visit in both day and night, full of classic and modern arcade games with scenic views.

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    University of Ottawa

    University of Ottawa

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    Hi there. The University of Ottawa is located at the heart of Canada's capital, and so I always recommend students explore our downtown just minutes from campus and an insider's tip to get the best view of our parliament buildings. Be sure to visit Parliament Hill at sunset to capture the most magnificent view of our city. And in the winter, take a seat on the world's largest skating rink, the Rideau Canal.

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    The University of Sydney

    The University of Sydney

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    Hi guys, Sean here. Talking to you today about some of the most unbelievable places in Sydney to visit. A common expression in Sydney that you hear is that if you're bored, then it's your own fault. There's tons of stuff to do. To name a few of these, you've got Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach, along that gorgeous coastline. Some of the most beautiful national parks in the world and also one of the best parts about studying here is that you study at a place that is actually one of Australia's most popular tourist attractions.

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