You absolutely can't climb it, don't even think about it, but there are oodles of wondrous experiences to be had in the vicinity.
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You don't need to spend too much time here to be wholly impressed by its quality and setting.
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From grand monuments and dark history to rooftop bars and fashionable avenues.
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What better way to chill out than to inhabit your own floating paradise.
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