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Dunedin, New Zealand South Island

Founded by a group of Scottish settlers in 1848, Dunedin has become the Edinburgh of the South. Among this South Island city’s charms are stunning 19th century Gothic Revival architecture, sweeping seascapes and modern professional murals. You will enjoy mingling among the 120,000 residents plus a rare colony of northern royal albatrosses.

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