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Taken from this article (Mental Floss)

I'm a bit surprised that Iguazu Falls (is that how you spell it in English? :lol:) is cited as the most popular tourist destination in Brazil. It's popular, but I would have thought that the Sugarloaf Mountain in Rio would have been the favourite among tourists. Foreign tourists, at least.
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Re: Every Country’s Most Popular Tourist Attraction—In One Handy Map
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2017, 11:02:30 AM »
OK, data collected from Trip Advisor users?

Are these representative of all vlasses of tourists? Or just a bunch of younger people with time and money for tripping?
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Re: Every Country’s Most Popular Tourist Attraction—In One Handy Map
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2017, 06:39:40 AM »
OK, data collected from Trip Advisor users?

Are these representative of all vlasses of tourists? Or just a bunch of younger people with time and money for tripping?

I have no idea, are you wondering because according to them in Britain the most popular tourist attraction are the Harry Potter studios? :lol:

I'm assuming that most Trip Advisor users are in the younger demographic, it being an online site and all. Most people above a certain age seem to have some sort of resistance to using the internet.   
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