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Bermuda makes ‘most beautiful places in the world’ list

Beautiful Places Around the World: Bermuda was listed among 50 must-see destinations on the MSN web portal (Image from online)

Bermuda’s unique sights earned the island a place among 50 must-see “beautiful places around the world” on the travel page of the MSN site online.

“Pastel buildings”, golf courses and “pink-sand beaches” won Bermuda a spot on the giant web portal between Hong Kong and the Amalfi Coast of Italy.

The online article and gallery highlighted the “tiny island of Bermuda, off the coast of North Carolina” and singled out “its most photographed strand Horseshoe Bay”.

“Expect bathtub-warm turquoise water and pink-hued sand at this crescent-shaped beauty.

“Its main City of Hamilton has historic buildings and cute bars where you can sit and sip a dark and stormy.”

The site extols eye-catching locales from Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher and the Red Rocks of Sedona in Arizona to Uluru in Australia and French Polynesia’s Bora Bora Lagoon.

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Published February 14, 2023 at 7:37 am (Updated February 14, 2023 at 7:37 am)

Bermuda makes ‘most beautiful places in the world’ list

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