Blink And You Will Miss It Tourist Attractions

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As humans, we tend to gravitate towards the bigger the better when it comes to attractions. There is the Grand Canyon, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Pyramids, Statue of Liberty, Taj Mahal, etc. They can be a piece of beauty for many around to view and appreciate together.

But what about the smaller things? They can easily be overlooked, yet at the same time can be just as fun, maybe even more fun. Let’s review some of these destinations that come in small packages:

Mill Ends Park –

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This is the worlds’ smallest park found in Portland, Oregon. Mill End Park comes in around two feet in diameter and just big enough for a few plants to make it look pretty.

Palastkino –

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Ever wanted to buy out a whole showing at a movie theater? At the Palastkino in Radebeul, Germany, all it takes is to purchase nine tickets…and of course tickets to Germany where it is located.

Solo per Due –

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The smallest restaurant resides in Vacone, Italy. There is only one table available and that table holds two guests.

Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport –

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This airport in the Netherlands has a runway is so short (400 meters) that the pilot has to land it just right. Thus, it can only handle flights to and from St. Maarten.

Eh’hausl Hotel –

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This hotel in Amberg, Germany is popular with newlyweds as it is considered good luck if you stay there. At 53 square meters, it can hold two guests at maximum.

Cardigan Library –

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This Library in Prince Edward Island, Canada holds just under 2,000 books and is about the size of a tool shed.

The Museum –

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You can find the world’s smallest art museum in Somerville, Massachusetts where you can find outside and has dimensions of 61.5″ x 20″ x 8″ and contains an exhibition of oil paintings 2″ in diameter.

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