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Question: According to the latest statistics, which daily newspaper in this country has the highest daily circulation, 1.9 million copies per issue?

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Question: This street in London is named after the French name for a certain woman; on this street you can find the London Planetarium and Madame Toussaud's Wax Works. What is the name of this street?

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Question: Founded by two brothers in 1867, and named after them, this famous landmark located at 59th and Lexington Avenue in New York City takes up a full city block and is visited by locals and tourists alike. What is it?

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Question: Featuring over 13,000 exhibits from all over the world, the world's first World's Fair was held in 1851, and attracted millions of visitors from all over the world. In which city was it held?

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