North America

Toronto

The largest city in Canada is one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in the world. Its numerous residents of immigrant origin are evidence of its strong allure.

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San Francisco

Cable cars on hilly streets and the Golden Gate Bridge in the background are the metaphor of this Californian city.

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Mexico City

With over 20 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area, Mexico City, or Ciudad de Mexico in Spanish, ranks among the largest and most densely populated cities in the world.

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Los Angeles

Short history Originally home to the Tongva and Chumash, Los Angeles saw Spanish control with the establishment of Mission San

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Montreal

Short history Montreal’s history is deeply rooted in the presence of Indigenous communities who lived in the region for thousands

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Santo Domingo

Short history Santo Domingo, the oldest permanent European settlement in the Western Hemisphere, was founded in 1496 by Bartholomew Columbus.

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